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Passage marks the state’s first-ever effective medical marijuana measure.
Lawmakers would be guided by stricter ethics laws under a measure approved by the General Assembly.
The State Senate has approved a measure that maintains lethal injection as a form of capital punishment.
The House of Delegates has approved legislation dealing with personal property tax payments.
An amendment that called for more study of the proposed Rio-29 interchange is NOT included in the House version of the state budget.
The House of Delegates has approved a bill that deals with people who cam't serve as jurors.
The Charlottesville School Board has an approved calendar for the 2015-'16 academic year.
The new President of Martha Jefferson Hospital has outlined his goals for the Pantops facility.
Due to a drop in flu cases, regular visitation has resumed at the UVA Medical Center and the UVA Children’s Hospital.
The House of Delegates and State Senate unveil rival versions of a budget including higher pay for state employees.
The jackpot for the next Powerball game will be worth $450 million.
A commission wants Charlottesville to protect two large trees.
Jim Tolbert has ended his 15-year stint as a Charlottesville department head.
Virginia wins again, 52-47 over Louisville.
The State Senate has approved legislation involving oversight of Virginia utilities.
Local attorney Mike Signer wants a seat on City Council.
A judge has granted a request from defense attorneys to delay the Fairfax trial of Jesse Matthew.
Charlottesville Police are looking for two suspects accused of stealing a wallet and using credit cards from it.
An idea that's been around since the 1960's has become a reality for local drivers.
The Albemarle Superintendent and school board are slightly more optimistic about finances.