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Do you text or otherwise engage with a small screen during a social gathering? A U.S. survey suggests you are not alone, even if you are annoyed when other people do exactly the same thing.
A look at Hollywood's most memorable headlines.
There was an emotional vigil Thursday outside a Roanoke TV station that had employed two recent murder victims.
UVA Police say a sexual assault was reported this week near the University Grounds
Albemarle Police await confirmation from the Medical Examiner's Office.
UVA hosts a forum on racial inequalities.
Bob McDonnell's lawyers tell the U.S. Supreme Court the former governor has been a victim of overly zealous federal prosecutors.
The Albemarle School Board continues to wrestle with its list of renovation needs.
An international group honors Albemarle Fire Chief Dan Eggleston.
General health has improved worldwide, thanks to significant progress against infectious diseases and gains in fighting maternal and child illnesses.
The U.S. Congress will soon embark on a high-stakes budget negotiation with President Barack Obama that, if productive, could give Republicans the increased military spending they want and Democrats the increased domestic spending they seek.
The condition of the woman shot and wounded during the WDBJ interview has improved.
That's a lot of years of documenting unique records.
The Executive Producer of the MTV Video Music Awards looks back at the craziest and the most unpredictable moments in the ceremony's history.
Albemarle Police say they've found a woman reported missing earlier in the area of Carter Mountain.
It's the latest sign of retailers getting more aggressive about grabbing holiday shoppers early.
The TV favorite has earned an estimated $29 million in the past year,
A local firm builds test towers for a Botetourt County wind farm.
Some big stars in college football are getting trademarks for their names, nicknames and taglines.