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A fire on Rockland Avenue in Charlottesville displaces five people.
Albemarle's Commonwealth's Attorney finds new technologies pose challenges.
Virginia Tech has honored 32 students and professors who were massacred on its campus.
Delegate Rob Bell and his allies could not get enough votes to override a veto by the Governor.
The Thomas Jefferson Health District is getting reports of mumps cases in our area.
Taneak Turner will go on trial for first degree murder in January.
A judge won't block the college from closing its doors, but he did order it to not spend charitable donations on the costs of closure.
A man and woman have died following a fire swept through their Augusta County home.
Jeb Bush is Liberty University's choice for a commencement speaker.
The General Assembly has delayed a vote on ethics-related legislation until Friday.
A circuit court judge has issued an injunction dealing with Sweet Briar.
A woman who worked as a bookkeeper at a business in the city has been charged with embezzlement.
The state has scrapped the idea to build a toll road along the Route 460 corridor in southeastern Virginia.
Albemarle Supervisors have approved a new real estate tax rate of 81.9 cents.
A higher meals tax will be part of Charlottesville's next budget.
Several area counties must get new voting machines.
A new Quinnipiac poll shows how Virginians feel about marijuana and top politicians.
Virginia is going ahead with plans for veterans' health centers.
Waynesboro Police seize crack cocaine from motel.
Two groups will hold a rally for education this weekend at the state capitol.