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General Assembly Republicans are celebrating having 21 of the 40 State Senate seats.
Military planners are weighing the possibility of sending more troops to Iraq to provide additional security around Baghdad.
Area Delegate David Toscano wants his constituents to complete his latest survey.
The beheading of James Foley was said to be in revenge for U.S. air strikes against the Iraqi insurgents.
Virginia students have done well on the latest ACT exams
An Albemarle County author is a potential target for an ice bucket challenge.
A Campbell County woman admits she used a hot razor blade to remove tattoos from her daughters' skin.
Lake Monticello has a new committee looking at renovation needs
Liberty University has started to screen its international students for the Ebola virus.
The prosecutor's office will begin presenting evidence to a grand jury investigating the Aug. 9 shooting death of Michael Brown.
The National Park Service is banning drones over the Appalachian Trail.
Charlottesville Police have identified the suspect in a stabbing incident Tuesday afternoon on University Avenue.
State Police have been brought in to investigate the death of a prisoner at the Central Virginia Regional Jail.
Two suspects have been arrested after holding eight people - including six children - hostage for nearly 24 hours.
A new study shows taking public transportation is just as beneficial as other “active commuting” modes like walking and biking.
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