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Photos of the Year 2018 

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A look back at some of the most memorable images from 2018.
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Abigail Spanberger greets the election night party crowd at the Westin Richmond, after defeating Dave Brat in the 7th District race.
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Randy Battle prays at a vigil for Johnny Battle who was murdered on April 28.
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On the anniversary of the Unite the Right rally in Charlottesville, a protestor screams at Virginia State Police as they guard the Rotunda at the University of Virginia.
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Students and teachers from Open High in Oregon Hill silently protest against gun violence in the wake of the mass shooting at a high school in Parkland, Florida.
In the shadow of the Robert E. Lee monument, members of the CSA II: The New Confederate States of America and Virginia Task Force protest the proposed removal of Confederate monuments.
Abigail Spanberger campaign volunteer Adela Parvaiz awaits election results at the Westin Richmond on November 7.
Hundreds gathered for an Night of Unity at the Jewish Community Center in the wake of the Squirrel Hill synagogue shooting in Pittsburgh.
James Berry and his 4 year-old daughter Aria joined members of the Dixie Defenders and CSA II: The New Confederate States America protesting at the Jefferson Davis Monument on August 19.
Preservationist Helen Marie Taylor and counter-protestor/activist Goad Gatsby debate at the Jefferson Davis monument during a Confederate rally on August 19. The aim of the protest was to protect the monuments from removal.
Mary Atkins confronts members of the Dixie Defenders and CSA II: The New Confederate Staes of America at the Protect the Monuments protest on August 19.
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Cohen Steele, 13, from Midlothian Middle School attended the Marh for Our lIves anti-gun violence rally on March 24.
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The family of Marcus David Peters gather in front of the Richmond Police Department at the end of the Justice and Reformation Rally on June 2.
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Caroline and Peyton McCluskey, 6, attended the March for Our Lives anti-gun violence rally at Martin Luther King Jr. Middle School on March 24.
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Students march to the Virginia State Capitol during the March for Our Lives anti-gun violence protest on March 24.
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As Mayor Stoney gets ready to present Howard Adams with a certificate honoring his 60 years in business on Broad Street, Adams said to the mayor, "You've done a lot right, but not the Pulse." Adams was referring to the construction of a new bus line that made life difficult for businesses on Broad Street. The mayor took the comment in stride as did the police officers from nearby Virginia Commonwealth University.
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