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The Living Wage Campaign delivered more than 1200 signatures to University administrators Thursday.
Virginia's senior U.S. Senator wants colleges and universities to take an active role in preventing sexual assaults.
The annual Household Hazardous Waste collection days will happen soon.
Virginia Women's Basketball's road woes continued Thursday night in a 72-70 loss in Chapel Hill to No. 15 North Carolina.
Police say a UVA student reports she was the victim of a sexual assault February 22nd on Harmon Street.
Retail sales in Charlottesville and Albemarle were the highest ever in 2014.
Governor McAuliffe has signed a bill focusing on rates for Dominion Virginia Power and Appalachian Power.
The late Hannah Graham's birthday is Wednesday.
Our area's Habitat for Humanity has ambitious plans for the Southwood trailer park.
Dominion Virginia Power customers set their all-time record for using electricity last Friday.
House-Senate budget negotiators have agreed on a proposed salary increase for state employees.
State lawmakers are considering a bill that would let cancer patients try any drug that's available.
Virginia Women's Basketball found a much needed win Sunday afternoon completing a season sweep of Virginia Tech in a 73-59 triumph.
The Charlottesville-Albemarle Rescue Squad has reached its $300,000 fundraising goal.
The UVA women's basketball team fell 68-63 to Pittsburgh Thursday night in an overtime contest.
Albemarle Delegate Rob Bell's legislation dealing with options for homeschooled students clears final hurdle.
Two members of the University of Virginia faculty have won statewide recognition.
A local author has been found guilty of involuntary manslaughter.
The Albemarle trial of Jesse Matthew on the first-degree murder charge will be June 29th through July 17th.
Companies from Richmond, Chesterfield and Chantilly have been award the contract to design and build the projects in the 29 North corridor, including the interchange at Rio Road.