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GM Victims Fund Established

(Metro) General Motors is now taking applications for its victims fund. 

The focus will be on victims of accidents related to defective ignition switches in its small cars. 

GM says it will pay from 20-thousand to several million dollars per claim to cover death and injuries from crashes in which the air bags didn't deploy. 

The company is promising to make the first payouts from the $400-million dollar fund by November. 

Senate Passes VA Reform Bill

(Metro) A bill reforming the troubled Veterans Affairs Department is headed to President Obama's desk after final passage by the Senate last night. 

The legislation goes after systemic VA scheduling problems and unreasonable wait times. 

It would give many vets the option of seeking care outside the VA system.

'Humans of New York' Inspires Spinoff at UVa School of Law

The University of Virginia School of Law has launched a new effort to document the lives of people walking through its hallways, but the focus of this new project isn't on the world-renowned professors or the students.

Albemarle Co. Fair Underway

The Albemarle County Fair opened its doors on Thursday, and will run through Saturday.

CENTRAL VIRGINIA SPORTS

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CHS Opens Camp Looking to Take Next Step

Charlottesville has made the postseason each of the last two seasons but lost in the first round both times.

Cavs Add Another RB to Recruiting Class

With the start of preseason camp just days away, the Virginia football team continues to build momentum on the recruiting trail.

Ebola Outbreak Forces UVa to Cancel Africa Trip

The outbreak of the Ebola virus in three African countries has forced the Virginia women's basketball team to cancel a scheduled visit to the continent later this month.

Koonce Ready to Rejoin Monticello Backfield

Jeff Woody could hardly hide his excitement following Monticello High School's first football practice of the season.

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INTERNATIONAL NEWS

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No cease-fire: Israel pounds Gaza after Hamas reportedly kidnapped Israeli soldier

Tank fire and airstrikes pummeled Gaza, as Israeli forces moved deeper into the West Bank, searching for a soldier apparently captured by Hamas militants, despite a three-day cease-fire that didn't even last two hours Friday.   

Mexican security forces rescue 70 kidnapped migrants held at house in northern Mexico

Authorities in northern Mexico say security forces have rescued 70 migrants who had been kidnapped and were being held at a house inside a gated community in the coastal city of Madero.

Moody's upgrades Greece's credit rating, sees gradual decline in national debt

Moody's ratings agency has upgraded Greece's government bond rating , predicting a gradual decline of the national debt.

China's appetite for fish bladders may send porpoise to brink of extinction

An environmental panel says fewer than 100 of Mexico's vaquita marina porpoises are left and they are in imminent danger of extinction.

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