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The pilot of a small plane has been killed in Middlesex County.
Charlottesville High School's newest assistant principal has already taught at CHS.
A 19th-century house on Watson Avenue in Charlottesville will get a Virginia historical marker.
A federal agency will conduct an exercise this week testing Virginia's ability to respond to a mock emergency at North Anna.
Fairfax Police want to find a man who's accused of stabbing a woman during a fireworks show.
A Virginia Tech student has died after a Friday afternoon accident involving a rope swing in North Carolina.
A young girl drowned Friday night in Spotsylvania County's Lake Wilderness.
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The U.S. Department of Agriculture has recognized Virginia's management of the federal food stamp program.
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Janet Renee Field, who's from the Scottsville area, has not been since Wednesday.
Hurricane Arthur hit the North Carolina coast early on Friday and weakened as it moved out to sea.
The news you may have missed and the headlines you'll want to remember.
Dozens of people from 39 nations became U.S. citizens Friday during the annual naturalization ceremony at Thomas Jefferson's home.
The American composer and conductor is debuting a new arrangement of "The Star-Spangled Banner," featuring choirs, trumpets, and cannons.
Don't be one of the thousands of Americans injured by fireworks on July Fourth. Stay safe and have a happy holiday!
Workers are getting creative at keeping small bellies full when U.S. schools - along with their lunch programs - close for summer.