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Virginia Slowly Restoring Voting Rights to Ex-Felons

Updated: 10/04/2012 - Virginia is one of the only states where convicted felons must ask the governor to restore their voting rights. With a tight presidential race on the line, some say thousands of voters are being left out because of their criminal record.

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Design Changes Could Be Made to Western Bypass

Updated: 09/26/2012 - The Western Bypass could get another new look. The design for the proposed 6.2 mile road may change depending on an environmental assessment to be presented to the public Thursday by officials with the Virginia Department of Transportation.

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Cheap Gas with a Political Message

Updated: 09/25/2012 - Long lines wrapped around the Shell Station on Preston Avenue, where was was going for half the national average. But this discount came with a political message.

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Home Values Take a Dive in Fluvanna County

Updated: 09/21/2012 - Home values are way down in Fluvanna County, according to the latest housing assessments. Officials say a change in the tax rate is inevitable, but most residents wont feel the difference.

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Sullivan, Board of Visitors Discuss Future of UVa

Posted: 09/13/2012 - President Teresa Sullivan addressed the Board of Visitors on Grounds at the University of Virginia for the first time since her ousting in June. Sullivan told the board her single most important priority-raising salaries for UVa faculty.

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Law Allows Thousands of Children in Virginia to Not Attend School

Updated: 09/12/2012 - A law unique to Virginia allows parents to take their children out of school based on religious beliefs, with little to no follow up from the school division. Critics say it's a law of good intentions but questionable outcomes.

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Possible Gang Violence Highlights Growing Problem for Neighborhood

Posted: 09/10/2012 - Albemarle County Police say there is a growing gang activity in the area. A possible gang-related attack last week left one man with serious injuries. Police have made two arrests in that case, but members of one neighborhood worry it wont make a difference.

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Tough New Punishment for Sex Crimes

Updated: 09/07/2012 - It's one strike and you're out when it comes to sex crimes in Virginia. Governor Bob McDonnell made a stop in Albemarle County to sign six new bills into law.

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