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Virginia's Attorney General wants no state involvement in a debate over Sweet Briar College.
City councilors are absorbing last-minute ideas for Charlottesville's next budget.
A Madison Lane fraternity won't pursue honor violation against central figure in Rolling Stone controversy.
VMI has been removed from a list of colleges that the feds are investigating.
Joe Morrissey wants a court to review his petition signatures for a June primary.
Bob McDonnell describes the favors he did for Jonnie Williams as routine courtesies.
Many Virginians took part in the 150th anniversary of Lee's surrender to Grant at Appomattox.
A dam in Augusta and two in Culpeper get federal dollars for rehabilitation.
Virginia creates an historical marker that honors Governor James Barbour in Orange County.
A new report shows Tidewater area veterans have long waits to see a doctor.
Just in time for the National Cherry Blossom Festival, blooming trees are hitting their peak
The Albemarle Supervisors get final bits of advice on the county's next budget and taxes.
Two local members of the General Assembly doubt UVA will sue Rolling Stone.
The National Center for Higher Education Risk Management has suggestions for UVA.
The local unemployment rate is still the second lowest in the state.
Wes Bellamy and Wendell Green honored by 100 Black Men of Central Virginia.
Bob Chapel will spend his last summer directing UVA's Heritage Theatre Festival.
The UVA baseball program snapped a four game losing streak Wednesday, and trounced JMU 14-1.
A woman crashed her van into a Newport News building after a prosthetic leg came apart.
The Phi Kappa Psi National Fraternity says the magazine's apology doesn't address the damage inflicted by its story.