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Governor McAuliffe vetoed another attempt by the General Assembly to defund Planned Parenthood in Virginia.
The measure initially passed on party lines in the House of Delegates, and then narrowly passed in the state senate.
This is the second year McAuliffe has vetoed similar legislation.
One lane of Route 250 will be closed Wednesday near Afton.
VDOT says one westbound lane will be closed between 9am and 2pm to allow crews to trim trees and vegetation on the slope above the roadway.
Crews will be working to trim trees and brush on the roadside slope between Skyline Drive and Afton Mountain Road.
VDOT says if the weather prevents the work, it will be rescheduled for Thursday.
The Charlottesville Free Clinic is holding a Dental Restoration Day Friday.
Dentists will volunteer their services from 8am to 3pm on the 24th.
This event will take place offsite at Charlottesville Dental Health Partners on Berkmar Drive.
Virginia ABC agents who are being sued by a UVa student are now asking a judge to force the man to turn over any texts and emails he sent about the case.
Attorneys for the agents also want the courts to require that Martese Johnson answer questions about his actions in the 24 hours before his bloody arrest.
Johnson sued ABC, its director and the three agents for unlawful detainment.
A judge has since dismissed ABC and the director from the case.
A grand jury in Charlottesville has indicted two people in connection with the death of a baby at Friendship Court.
Marchella Alexander and Karen Barnes were indicted Tuesday morning on charges of child abuse.
Investigators say a baby boy died in August while in the care of Alexander and Barnes.
Alexander is set to stand trial in April; Barnes will face a jury trial in October.
The suspect from Sunday night's shooting at Wintergreen will be arraigned in Nelson County Wednesday.
Seventy-seven-year-old Aasgeir Korsnes is scheduled to appear via video at 8:30am.
Korsnes is charged with malicious wounding, use of a firearm in commission of a felony, and shooting within an occupied dwelling.
The Nelson County Sheriff's Office confirmed a woman who was shot on Sunday night at a home on Den Tree Lane near the ski resort is in stable condition at the hospital.
Police say it appears the shooting was not premeditated.