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Airlines with direct flights to the U.S. have been told to tighten screening in response to increased threats from al Qaeda-affiliated militant groups.
A look back on the Hollywood headlines of years past.
City Police are investigating Charlottesville's third homicide of 2014.
A longtime federal judge in the Western District of Virginia has died.
A councilor hopes the Jefferson-Madison Regional Library system's new policy on cell phones won't cause grief.
An Elliott Avenue resident has urged city officials to reconsider bike lanes near his home.
The pilot of a small plane has been killed in Middlesex County.
Charlottesville High School's newest assistant principal has already taught at CHS.
A 19th-century house on Watson Avenue in Charlottesville will get a Virginia historical marker.
A federal agency will conduct an exercise this week testing Virginia's ability to respond to a mock emergency at North Anna.
Fairfax Police want to find a man who's accused of stabbing a woman during a fireworks show.
A Virginia Tech student has died after a Friday afternoon accident involving a rope swing in North Carolina.
A young girl drowned Friday night in Spotsylvania County's Lake Wilderness.
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On July 5, 1954, a19-year-old Presley recorded a version of "That's All Right," and the career of the King was born.
The U.S. Department of Agriculture has recognized Virginia's management of the federal food stamp program.
A look back on the headlines that went down in Hollywood history.
Janet Renee Field, who's from the Scottsville area, has not been since Wednesday.