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Attorney General Mark Herring has proposed a plan to reduce drug abuse across Virginia.
AAA-Virginia is predicting gas prices will keep going down.
The Paramount Theater is celebrating the tenth anniversary of its rebirth as an entertainment vanue.
The Charlottesville Police Department expects to get some body cameras soon.
Dominion Virginia Power says it will put more of its lines underground in the next decade.
Albemarle officials say a Sunday afternoon fire on Mallside Forest Court was a case of arson.
The search for missing Fluvanna County resident Janet Renee Field gets a boost from an outside group.
Virginia Organizing meets with state leaders as it begins its 20th year of political activity.
Virginians are reacting to the President's delay of an immigration reform plan.
Environmental activists urge Virginia leaders to support tough stance regarding power plants.
The University of Virginia defeated the University of Richmond 45-13 on Saturday.
Falling dominos to come.
A second local forum was held Wednesday night on the affects of the incident in Ferguson, Missouri.
There have been more calls for the city to stop using pesticides in parks and on school grounds.
A Charlottesville man has pleaded guilty to robbing a gas station.
State Police say ten people were killed in Virginia traffic accidents over the Labor Day weekend.
Homes in the Fry’s Spring neighborhood will still be able to have two residences in one structure.
The lauded actor is speaking at the second annual UVA President’s Speaker Series for the Arts.
A man was charged with DUI early Sunday after authorities say he ran into a cop car.
Days have been set aside in October and November to collect household hazardous waste and other items.