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Charlottesvile This Week
With Valentines Day quickly approaching a few residents puckered up on Saturday at a special kissing both. Instead of kissing other people, this booth was all about kissing a Bull Dog.
Attorneys filed court papers earlier this week arguing that Martese Johnson changed too much in his lawsuit against the Virginia ABC. Now attorneys want the new lawsuit thrown out.
(Metro) Americans are on track to spend nearly $20 billion this Valentine's Day.
Jill Gonzalez of WalletHub says that's up five-percent over last year. Gonzalez says chocolates, flowers, jewelry and romantic dinners remain the most popular gifts.
She predicts the average couple will spend just under 150-dollars this Valentine's Day.
(Metro) A new batch of former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton's controversial emails are now public.
More than 15-percent of the latest group of emails contained classified information, with three of the messages being labeled "secret."
More than 80 others were marked "confidential" and were heavily redacted.
The State Department released 551 messages today in response to a federal judge's order.
The Virginia men's tennis team beat Wake Forest in a close battle, Saturday night.
The Wahoos had their chances but couldn't capitalize Saturday afternoon, as the Virginia men's lacrosse team opened its season with an 11-4 loss to Loyola at KlÃ¶ckner Stadium.
Athletes all over the world inspire people every day, especially those in the spotlight, like LeBron James or Steph Curry. They encourage kids to pursue their dreams. But one local athlete is inspiring her teammates from the sidelines.
On the eve of the 2016 season opener, the Virginia men's lacrosse team has suspended its backup goaltender.
A suspected former Nazi prison guard at Auschwitz and other death camps, Jakob Denzinger, has died in his native Croatia.
Sweden police are investigating a murder at an asylum center after a fight broke out among refugees on Saturday.
Civilian injuries in Afghanistan's long war with the Taliban rose last year, with women and children again bearing the brunt of the violence, the United Nations said in a report on Sunday.
The former chief of staff of Republic of Congo's army has announced he will be running as a candidate in the March 20 presidential election.