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U.S. Senator Bernie Sanders (I- Vermont) fired up a Charlottesville audience Monday night.
A University of Virginia Medical Center patient tests negative for Ebola.
Charlottesville considers higher water and wastewater rates.
City Police Chief Tim Longo hopes to make his department's operations more transparent .
Former U.S. Senator John Warner helps area residents honor the road that bears his name.
City Council hopeful Lena Seville unveils her environmental platform.
Ned Gallaway has officially become the Democrats' choice for a seat in the State Senate.
Mary Baldwin College will change its name at the start of the 2016-'17 academic year.
The star, well known for his womanizing ways and his heavy drinking and drug use during his youth, kicked his bad habits in 1990.
A sports law professor has crafted the four-credit class for the fall term.
Closing arguments are set for Wednesday. Jurors will then decide whether to sentence convicted bomber Dzhokhar Tsarnaev to death or to life in prison.
The Virginia Court of Appeals has denied Randy Taylor's appeal.
A man who sold heroin to customers from Orange and Culpeper has been sentenced.
The hit CMT show will feature a mashup of the southern rockers with one of country's rising stars.
Fox says "American Idol" will air its 15th and final season next year.
A Virginia woman who lied about supporting ISIS has been sent to prison.
A man was stabbed Sunday night in an apartment near East Rio Road.
The comedian is heading back to the small screen to star in a TV adaptation of 1989 film.
The Black Sabbath rocker was impressed by the Louisville Leopard's all percussion version of 'Crazy Train.'