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Crimora man faces jury on first-degree murder charge

AUGUSTA COUNTY, Va. (WHSV) - A man from Crimora is on trial for the alleged murder of his wife. Dwayne Lee White is charged with first-degree murder, use of a firearm in the commission of a felony, and possession of a firearm by a convicted felon. Kelin Pacheco-White was shot...
CRIMORA, VA
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Suspect in wife's slaying testifies at Augusta County trial: 'She got the gun in her hand'

STAUNTON — With thunder rumbling outside the Augusta County Courthouse on Wednesday afternoon, Dwayne White, charged with first-degree murder, took the stand on the second day of his trial and testified about the night his wife was shot 12 times last summer. According to White, 42, it was his wife who pulled a gun on him. He said he was trying to take the weapon away from her when it discharged over and over again inside their...
AUGUSTA COUNTY, VA
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VSP respond to Interstate 64 accident

ALBEMARLE COUNTY, Va. (WVIR) - A crash on Interstate 64 at the 108 Mile Marker near Crozet occurred around 7 a.m., Wednesday, August 10. Virginia State Police say a Toyota SUV hauling a camper was headed eastbound when it ran off the road and overturned. Traffic was disrupted while crews...
CROZET, VA
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Penn State lands commitment from 2023 4-star WR out of Virginia

Shortly after losing a commitment from 4-star EDGE Tomarrion Parker, Penn State fans got some good news on Wednesday. Carmelo Taylor committed to the Nittany Lions from his Instagram account per Max Ralph of the Daily Collegian. Taylor is 4-star WR from the 2023 class out of Roanoke, Virginia per...
STATE COLLEGE, PA
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Soul of Cville expands to three-day event

CHARLOTTESVILLE, Va. (CBS19 NEWS) -- The Soul of Cville Festival will take place this weekend at the IX Art Park. It will feature 12 musical performances, including 100 Proof GoGo Band, DJ Runway, DJ Almighty, Nenok, Heavy Gripp LT and more. There will also be dozens of vendors, aiming to...
CHARLOTTESVILLE, VA
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Mayor plans forum on homeless shelter closing

Harrisonburg Mayor Deanna Reed says she is well aware and is very concerned about Open Doors shutting down its operations on Monday. Reed said during this weeks City Council meeting that with the city’s permanent homeless shelter not being open until next year, something has to be done in the meantime.
HARRISONBURG, VA
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Sights and Sounds from Virginia football practice 8/10

CHARLOTTESVILLE, Va.-- Virginia football was back inside the indoor on Wednesday evening, as the Cavaliers held another fall camp practice. The media was allowed inside for the first 30 minutes and Wahoos247 was able to capture some video clips of the some of the action. The video above include clips of special teams, running backs and with pads on, we have some hitting!
CHARLOTTESVILLE, VA
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Cavaliers Edged In Exhibition With Illinois

MAPLE CITY, Mich. – The No. 4 Virginia women’s soccer team played its first exhibition action of the fall on Wednesday (Aug. 10) when the Cavaliers were edged 2-1 by Illinois in a neutral-site contest. The Cavaliers and Illini played two segments of 45 minutes each and an...
CHARLOTTESVILLE, VA
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Harrisonburg unveils city’s first two electric vehicles

HARRISONBURG, Va. (WHSV) - The City of Harrisonburg unveiled two new electric vehicles that will be added to its fleet on Wednesday. The two Chevy Bolt SUVs are the city’s first electric vehicles but more will be coming. The city is already set to receive two electric school buses...
HARRISONBURG, VA
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Mental health resources for Aug. 12th anniversary

CHARLOTTESVILLE, Va. (WVIR) - People may be experiencing a variety of emotions in connection with the events of August 11 and 12, 2017. Region Ten Community Services Board wants to help prepare people for any triggers they might have. “It’s also a time to make sure that we’re taking care...
CHARLOTTESVILLE, VA
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Experience films named to National Film Registry for free

CULPEPER, Va. (CBS19 NEWS) -- A showcase of film genres that have been named to the National Film Registry will be taking place this month. The Packard Campus for Audio Visual Conservation in Culpeper will be hosting the series with free screenings. According to a release, there will be films...
CULPEPER, VA
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