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Governor McAuliffe meets with local middle and high school kids during an education roundtable.
Advocates for battered women have honored 76 victims of domestic violence.
The U.S. Supreme Court will not take up the appeal of George Huguely.
Charlottesville Police arrested a man Sunday after they say a shot was fired Saturday night on Dale Avenue.
Juliana Porter was a UVA medical student.
Some back roads in Greene and Augusta remain closed because of rain-swollen creeks and rivers.
A Westwood Road man weighs in on the city's debate on crime statistics.
The Loaves and Fishes Food Pantry celebrates its new home on Lambs Road.
Charlottesville has new voting machines for next month's election, and deadlines are looming for anyone who's not registered or plans to vote absentee.
The city's police department and Office of Human Rights are distributing cards that will let middle and high school kids know their rights.
Crews working on the 29 North and Emmet Street projects will try to make up some days they lost because of rain.
Jesse Matthew has been sentenced to three terms of life in prison for a sexual assault in Fairfax ten years ago.
Our region was able to escape major damage from the recent weather systems.
A right lane of the 250 Bypass has re-opened.
City Police say a 21-year-old woman was a victim of drink-tampering.
High school football games have been affected by the expected heavy rain.
Governor McAuliffe has declared a state of emergency due to recent flooding and the upcoming arrival of Hurricane Joaquin.
The right lane has been closed on the westbound stretch of the 250 Bypass from Emmet Street to Barracks Road.
Kurt Jesperson Hilburger, who's from Williamsburg, died of injuries from a car accident last weekend.
It was a motions hearing in the Hannah Graham case and a status hearing in the Morgan Harrington case Wednesday afternoon, with Jesse Matthew slated to go on trial for the murder of Morgan Harrington October 24th, 2016.