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Bob McDonnell Ends Four Days Of Testimony In Richmond Trial
Former Governor Bob McDonnell has ended more than four days of testimony by denying all charges against him in a federal corruption case.
Tue Aug 26, 2014
"Fourth year, don't care" is a lie
I'm up at the crack of dawn this morning and weirdly happy about it. Actually, dawn is a stretch - the sky's still purple and I can see all three stars visible from light-polluted Houston.
Need to Know - Tuesday August 26, 2014
MCDONNELL CORRUPTION TRIAL: Prosecutors wrapped up their cross-examination of former Virginia Governor Bob McDonnell Tuesday.
Local Veterans Work to Get Other Vets Hired
"That's what employers look for," says Michael Barnes, Veterans Employment Representative.
Kidnapping Victim Rescued After Texting Sister
A New Mexico woman who texted her sister to say she was being kidnapped in a car by a man with a weapon was rescued by police who used the message to track down and arrest the driver after a high-speed chase through central Albuquerque, police said.
Mon Aug 25, 2014
Glass half empty
I have spent the past week unpacking and settling into my third residence since moving to Charlottesville.
City Officials Speak about Investigation into Registrar's Office
There are more questions than answers on the use of money within the Charlottesville registrar's office where they were allegedly footing the bill for a cell phone that was being used by former electoral board member Stephanie Commander.
Free Trolley to Detour for UVA Football Games
Charlottesville, Virginia, 8/25/2014: Due to UVA's game against UCLA on Saturday, August 30, Charlottesville Area Transit will detour the FREE Trolley.
Martha Jefferson Hospital President to Retire
The president of Martha Jefferson Hospital announced he will retire this fall. Jim Haden has worked at the Charlottesville area hospital for 21 years.
NAACP Urges People To Bring Cameras Wherever Arrests Occur
The President of the local NAACP says African-Americans should bring a camera or a video recorder when they see law enforcement agencies are making arrests.
Sun Aug 24, 2014
Exhibit updates proposed
Reinvigorating permanent exhibits could be part of the Virginia Museum of Natural History's vision plan for the next five years.
Sat Aug 23, 2014
Charlottesville authorities probe cellphone use
Charlottesville officials say authorities are investigating the use of city money to pay a former electoral board member's cellphone bill for more than three years after she left office.
Fri Aug 22, 2014
Sculptor unveils model for Vinegar Hill monument
A community that saw its homes and businesses razed now has a clear view of a shining monument that will permanently honor the past and, at least the sculptor hopes, spark conversations about the future.
Charlottesville makes list of top college towns for retirees
In addition to Charlottesville, the list includes Oxford, Miss. ; Ann Arbor, Mich.
Faculty learn tech at UVa teaching fair
This fall, students at the University of Virginia will continue to be exposed to technological advances that are aiding instruction, approaches that may one day find their way into local K-12 schools.
Another Example Of A No Tollerence Antis, This Time In Charlottesville VA
Here is a video of yet another intolerant, anti-liberty bigot showing the ever-present flash-temper of her ilk.
This Autumn, 'Fall' for Charlottesville and Albemarle County
The Charlottesville Albemarle Convention & Visitors Bureau invites visitors and locals alike to enjoy a multitude of festivals and other fun events in our area this fall.
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Behind The Mic with Rusty Cempre
If you're looking for DJ Rusty Cempre during the week, you'll probably not find him on the air, or even in the studio.
Thu Aug 21, 2014
Day of Gleaning Moves Produce from Farm to Those in Need
Volunteers across the state are helping to gather produce to send to those who need it most.
Need to Know - Thursday August 21, 2014
DAY TWO OF FORMER VIRGINIA GOVERNOR'S TESTIMONY: Bob McDonnell testified Thursday, downplaying the use of a Ferrari owned by former CEO Jonnie Williams.