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CHS students get State Department fellowships

Four Charlottesville High School students have been given travel fellowships from the U.S. State Department.

Crews working to restore power at Greenbrier Elementary School

Tuesday morning and for the rest of the day, Dominion will be digging up lines and replacing the conduit at Greenbrier Elementary School.

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Philippine FM says rights respected amid drug crackdown

Despite growing international criticism of his government's bloody crackdown on illegal drugs, the Philippines top diplomat told world leaders Saturday that the rule of law governs the campaign to eradicate the illicit substances, which he said have stunted the country's development.

2 injured in explosion at shop in downtown Budapest

Hungary's disaster management agency says that two people have been injured in an explosion at a ground-floor shop in downtown Budapest and have been taken to a hospital.

Mexico says 7,800 Haitians crossed through country this year

Mexican immigration authorities say a total of 7,800 Haitian migrants have entered the country through Guatemala so far this year in a bid to reach the United States.

Colombia rebel leaders travel to Cartagena for peace signing

Top Colombian rebel leaders have begun leaving the country's remote plains for the Caribbean city of Cartagena, where they will sign a peace accord with the government next week.

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CENTRAL VIRGINIA SPORTS

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"The Ball Hawk" In Studio - September 23

CBS19's Damon Dillman is joined by former Wahoo turned football analyst Ahmad Hawkins to get "The Ball Hawk's" thoughts on last weekend's loss at UConn, and Saturday's game against Central Michigan.

#FNEWeek5: Mountaineers open district play at home

The Madison County football team opens up district play at home on Friday, September 23 when they host Warren County.

#HoosNotes: Mendenhall may match longest losing skid

While talking to reporters Wednesday morning on the ACC coaches teleconference, Virginia's Bronco Mendenhall couldn't recall the last time one of his teams had lost three in a row.

'Hoos drop ACC road opener at Miami

No. 2 Virginia's two-game swing through Florida for a pair of ACC women's soccer games got off to a losing start.

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