Need to Know - Tuesday September 30, 2014
September 30, 2014
SEARCH FOR HANNAH GRHAM:
Search and rescue teams searched parts of Albemarle County including the Key West neighborhood off Route 20 for Hannah Graham. Meanwhile, Christopher Newport University confirmed Jesse Matthew was a student from January to October 2003.
POLICE INVESTIGATE POSSIBLE LINKE:
The Campbell County Sheriff's Office is taking a closer look at the 2009 murder of Cassandra Morton to see if there are links to Jesse Matthew. But Sheriff Steve Hutcherson said they have no evidence right now linking Matthew to the Morton Case.
NORTHA ANNA REPAIRS:
Dominion Virginia Power says 15 uranium fuel pellets were released from two damaged nuclear fuel rods at the North Anna Power Plant in Louisa County. Federal regulators say there is a fairly low safety risk because the uranium is contained.
LANDOWNERS FILE LAWUIST:
Nelson County landowners have filed a federal lawsuit against Dominion Power over a planned natural gas pipeline. The lawsuit takes aim at a Virginia law allowing private gas companies to go on private property without permission to do surveys.
SOLAR PROGRAM ENDING:
The Solarize Charlottesville program ends at midnight September 30th. Interested buyers who apply for solar panels through the program receive discounted rates on installation and free solar assessments.
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