An overturned vehicle adds to the traffic woes on 29 North.
Virginia's Board of Education has revised its standards for school accreditation.
Waynesboro Police are looking for a home invasion suspect from Charlottesville.
UVA travels to Pitt to open ACC play. Follow the 'Hoos starting at 10 a.m. Saturday on WINA.
A senior member of the McAuliffe administration goes to bat for the proposed Atlantic Coast Pipeline.
A woman is facing felony charges after she was accused of falsifying documents in Staunton.
Two candidates for Clerk of Albemarle Circuit Court have joined forces for a Freedom of Information Act request that deals with incumbent Clerk Debbie Shipp.
Chan Bryant, the chief deputy of Albemarle Sheriff Chip Harding, has the incumbent's backing to succeed him in 2019.
A 15-year-old student at Culpeper County High School told fellow students he would use a pellet gun to harm people, and three schools were locked down.
The Albemarle Supervisors have rekindled their interest in ending illegal dumping, and providing more recycling sites.
A Bumpass man was killed Wednesday morning in a crash in Louisa County.
Pari-mutuel harness racing will heppen this month at the Oak Ridge Estate in Nelson County.
The Free Enterprise Forum has released new results from a survey on per capita spending.
An advisory panel on overcrowding recommends sending some kids in the Stony Point area and along East Rio from Albemarle High to Monticello.
That was the challenge on the Downtown Mall.
Governor McAuliffe confirms he's trying to lure a West Coast brewery to come to Virginia.
The Jefferson Area Drug Enforcement (JADE) Task Force conducted a meth raid Sunday night in Faber.
The Greene Sheriff's Office says a Charlottesville man has been charged with crack cocaine distribution.
VDOT has reopened the eastbound lane of I-64 that was closed for much of Tuesday.
The rules and the odds have changed for the Powerball game.