Mike London's six-year stint as the University of Virginia's head football coach ended Sunday.
City Police are searching for a male suspect in a Thanksgiving night robbery in the 800-block of West Main St.
Presidential candidate, and former Virginia Governor, Jim Gilmore gets to run TV ads in several early primary and caucus states.
The UVA football team ended its 2015 season on Saturday with a 23-20 loss to Virginia Tech at Scott Stadium.
The University of Virginia women's basketball program lost to Tulane during the Paradise Jam tournament.
The Oscar winner is expecting her first child, according to reports.
Rocker Jack White has launched his first Third Man Records venture in his native Detroit.
Donald Trump's support among Republicans has dropped 12 points in less than a week according to a Reuters/Ipsos poll.
Police on Saturday identified the suspect in a deadly shooting at a Planned Parenthood clinic.
America's annual Black Friday shopping extravaganza was short on fireworks this year.
From the Associated Press, here’s a look at some of this weekend’s major sporting events. All times are listed in…
From "Bad Blood" and "Watch Me," to "Uptown Funk," here are the year's hottest songs made fit for the holidays.
A Norfolk Democrat who was the last member of his party to be the Speaker of the House of Delegates died Thanksgiving Day in South Carolina.
A look at some of this week's biggest newsmakers and the headlines you may have missed.
OPENING WEEKEND: Family-friendly ‘The Good Dinosaur,’ boxing drama ‘Creed’ among Thanksgiving releases
Here's a look at some of the films set to open this weekend.
Dallas Cowboys veteran quarterback Tony Romo will miss the rest of the National Football League season after re-injuring his collarbone for the second time in 10 weeks, according to an ESPN report.
Check out the latest shopping tricks, turkey tips, and Black Friday ads.
Here is a look at some of the top college football games you'll see this week and their implications for the post-season.
Here are a handful of creative ways to use leftovers.
The number of deaths from traffic accidents jumped 8.1 percent in the first half of 2015, suggesting smartphones and other driving distractions could be making America's roadways more dangerous.