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Bicyclists Meet With Local Leaders on Bicycle Safety

As the U.S. Cycling Team prepares for its trip to Richmond for training next week, local bicyclists want to make sure drivers remember the rules of the road.

Fluvanna Sheriff's Office Reports Missing Boy Found

The Fluvanna County Sheriff's Office says a missing boy has been found and is safe.

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Martese Johnson To Speak At TEDx

TEDxCharlottesville has announced that UVa fourth year Martese Johnson will be one of the speakers at this year’s event.

The theme for this year’s TEDxCharlottesville is “What if…”

It will explore how different the world might be if people suspended judgment and challenged the status quo.

Photos of Johnson being arrested by ABC agents with blood covering his face sparked a debate about relations between police and the community.

2 Minors Charged For Stealing From Cars

Two Orange County juveniles are facing charges.

According to the sheriff’s office, residents in the Wilderness Shores area reported items stolen from cars on August 19th and 20th.

An investigation led police to the suspects and many of the stolen items were recovered.

Police do not share the identities of juvenile suspects.

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@FNEFootball Game of the Week Nominees (Week 2)

Click to vote for for this week's @FNEFootball Game of the Week.

Cavs' Shane Falls in First Round of US Open

Cavaliers rising senior, Ryan Shane fell to No. 27 Jeremy Chardy in the first round of the US Open.

Fluvanna's Grooms Wins @FNEFootball Play of the Week

The fans have spoken and the Friday Night Endzone Play of the Week goes to Fluvanna running back Mark Grooms and his 48-yard touchdown run against Freedom.

Johns Era Set to Begin Saturday

For the first time in his tenure as head football coach at Virginia, Mike London's team will open its season on the road this weekend.

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Iran's top judge tells US to butt out of cases involving imprisoned Americans

Iran’s judiciary chief Tuesday warned the United States to back off on cases of detained Americans, accusing officials of overhyping the situations – just days after Secretary of State Kerry issued a desperate plea for the release of a U.S. citizen who has been tortured for years in the country’s notorious prison system while waiting to appear in court.

Gaza could be 'uninhabitable' by 2020 if economic trends continue; hurt by blockade, wars

A new United Nations report says Gaza could be "uninhabitable" in less than five years if current economic trends continue.

Guinea arrests ex-wildlife director for alleged trafficking of chimps, endangered wildlife

An alliance to save great apes says authorities have arrested Guinea's former wildlife director for allegedly playing a key role in trafficking chimpanzees and other endangered wildlife.

Mexico sends clothing, other items for genetic testing nearly year after students disappeared

Mexican authorities have passed clothing that belonged to some of the 43 students missing from rural teachers' college to a lab in Austria for genetic testing.

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