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Marial Shayok had a career-high 17 points to lead Virginia to another win.
Many area residents have observed the third anniversary of the disappearance of Dashad Sage Smith.
The statewide unemployment rate was down slightly in October.
The UVA Men's basketball team has its second victory of the season, a 25 point win over Bradley in the Charleston Classic.
The Virginia women's basketball team picked up another win on the road at Auburn University.
Congressman Robert Hurt and eight other Virginians in the House of Representatives have voted for legislation creating new obstacles for Syrian refugees.
CAT is planning changes effective January 30th, 2016 on many of its bus routes.
The Thomas Jefferson Planning District is helping to set up a new committee that will strive to improve the local transportation network.
The Virginia Employment Commission has new data on industries where paychecks are growing or shrinking.
Ben Carson has become the latest 2016 presidential hopeful who's filed enough petition signatures for the March 1st Republican primary.
The field of Republican presidential hopefuls is shrinking, and UVA's Larry Sabato expects more dropouts as we get closer to Christmas.
A 49-year-old motorcycle rider who was injured last month has become Albemarle's 13th highway fatality of the year.
Virginia's ABC stores will have discount prices for November 27th and 30th, which many consumers call Black Friday and Cyber Monday.
City Police hope you can identify the woman shown in a photo from a Bank of America surveillance camera.
A rally on behalf of transgender teen Dashad Sage Smith will begin at 5:30 p.m. Friday at the city's Lee Park.
Jeb Bush has joined Donald Trump and John Kasich on the list of GOP presidential hopefuls who have filed petition signatures for a March 1st primary.
The RSWA's Executive Director welcomes the Albemarle Supervisors' actions to upgrade the transfer station at the former Ivy landfill.
Ralph Northam has officially launched his 2017 bid for the Governor's Mansion.
Virginia businesses will be paying less unemployment insurance next year.
The number of Virginians traveling this Thanksgiving holiday will be down slightly compared to last year.