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Officials say a man was fatally shot after a confrontation involving a vehicle outside of Port Columbus International Airport.
A fiber optics firm has a project that will impact traffic Sunday on Interstate 64.
Trolleys operated by Charlottesville Area Transit are going on a detour until April.
Virginia rail advocates say our area will eventually get another AMTRAK train.
Vice-Mayor Dede Smith has condemned the profane language some people used at a December City Council morning.
A private liberal arts college plans to offer scholarships to gamers.
Charlottesville Police investigate a Monday robbery on 10th Street, N.W.
The impact of a January 1st statewide gas tax increase has not shown up yet at the pumps .
Quarterback Jameis Winston plans to leave Florida State University, his father told ESPN.
The former president and a star-studded lineup will honor Dylan next month.
Hooded gunmen stormed the offices of a satirical magazine known for lampooning radical Islam, killing at least 12, including two police officers.
Carrie Fisher will present her mother Debbie Reynolds with the coveted SAG Life Achievement Award.
The three-time world heavyweight champion is back home after being hospitalized for over a week.
The rockers are set for a trip to Las Vegas for a residency at the Hard Rock Hotel & Casino.
While official state mottoes, birds, flowers, and trees are common, Texas would be the first with an official hat.
The founder of audio cable maker Monster says his former partners of duped him prior to selling trendy headphone manufacturer to Apple for $3 billion.
A look at some of the top sports headlines making news today, Wednesday, Jan. 7.
Former players say the video game maker of using their likenesses in the "Madden NFL" series without permission.
In his 22-year tenure, the retiring commissioner has overseen record revenues and attendance and the "steroids era."
Republicans kicked off the new Congress with legislation to approve the Keystone XL pipeline to bring oil from Canada.