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Governor McAuliffe has issued a proclamation in honor of Veterans Day.
VDOT is taking bids for construction of the so-called Best Buy ramp from southbound Emmet to the westbound bypass.
There was a fire in a bathroom Tuesday morning at a residence in the Belmont neighborhood.
There was a traffic stop Monday afternoon on the 250 Bypass where officers pulled their guns.
City Police are looking for the driver of a car that hit and critically injured a pedestrian early Sunday morning.
A rear-end chain reaction collision tied up traffic on the the eastbound side of the 250 Bypass.
Two men have been charged with robbing a man last Wednesday afternoon on 2nd St. NW.near McGuffey Park.
Many UVA officials and others came to the Alderman Library to look at a piece of the Berlin Wall.
The disciplinary board of the Virginia State Bar has revoked the law license of Chris Dumler.
Local residents have re-dedicated the Bowles family cemetery in the Belvedere subdivision.
UVA Professor Larry Sabato has reacted to President Obama's choice for a new U.S. Attorney General.
Albemarle Registrar Jake Washburne says a repair team has solved a problem with a voting machine.
The 22nd annual Women's Four Miler brought in $375,000.
Relatively few voters had to use provisional ballots after they had no ID on election day.
Republican U.S. Senate nominee Ed Gillespie has conceded to Democrat Mark Warner in the U.S. Senate race.
Embattled Charlottesville Registrar Sheri Iachetta is resigning effective December 31st.
A new report gives details of the forensic evidence in a Fairfax County case where Jesse Matthew is charged with rape.
Former VDOT Commissioner Philip Shucet says the most expensive part of the 29 improvments must happen in 2016.
The University and Charlottesville Police are working on setting up a police substation on the University Corner.
A large crowd of movie buffs shows up for the opening night of the Virginia Film Festival.