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Governor McAuliffe says Virginia needs an equal opportunity agenda in 2015.
The Rutherford Institute's founder is concerned about recent technological advances.
A new report shows UVA's student enrollment grew by 268 between August 2013 and this academic year.
Attorney Anne Hemenway is the Democrats' choice to replace Joan Schatzman on the city's electoral board.
The Virginia women's basketball team fell 70-58 to Syracuse on Sunday afternoon.
UVA students have returned to Charlottesville with new rules for the Greek houses.
Ken Boyd won't seek a fourth term as an Albemarle County supervisor.
Sheriff Chip Harding is asking Albemarle voters to give him one more term.
Environmentalists and homeowners near the route of a proposed pipeline mobilize in Charlottesville.
Matthew will await his March trial in the Fairfax Adult Detention Center.
WUSA-TV reports the public defender for Jesse Matthew told a Fairfax County judge that murder or capital murder charges are likely in Albemarle County.
Amy Laufer is the new chairwoman of the Charlottesville School Board.
Ned Gallaway has won another term leading the Albemarle School Board.
An advisory panel wants to ease the pain of a proposed Rio Road/Route 29 interchange
A task force chaired by Attorney General Mark Herring plans to produce ideas for legislation dealing with sexual assaults.
Judge cites victim's privacy and Matthew's right to a fair trial.
The General Assembly's Republicans and Governor McAuliffe have unveiled education proposals.
Scott Beardsley has been chosen as the next dean of UVA's Darden School.
Visitation is being limited at UVA Hospital due to the increasing number of flu cases.
The Albemarle Supervisors hope to get a status report on the YMCA's project in McIntire Park.