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The teenage mutant heroes in a half shell are battling their way back to movie screens in a franchise reboot for a new generation.
Local Sierra Club members amplify their demands to eliminate traditional pesticides.
A look back at the Hollywood headlines that went down in history.
A Thursday night fire has displaced six members of an Anderson Street family.
The latest GM recalls have affected the cars the Charlottesville schools use for their driver's ed program.
New details have emerged in a May 10th stabbing death at a Charlottesville restaurant.
We know now the identity of a man who died in a fiery Wednesday morning crash on I-64 near Keswick.
An advisory panel for the Route 29 corridor improvements met Thursday with a former VDOT commissioner.
A Harrisonburg woman is the new leader of the Central Virginia Small Business Development Center.
The organizers of the Lockn' Music Festival in Nelson County have gained more land.
Richmond and Petersburg area Democrats will nominate a candidate for a State Senate seat on Saturday.
The onetime director of the Virginia Governor's Mansion testified Thursday at the McDonnell trial.
A Mineral man has been convicted of auto theft and other felonies.
The former "Dawson's Creek" star has been tapped to join the upcoming CBS spinoff series.
George Clooney and human rights lawyer Amal Alamuddin have posted legal notice in London of their plan to marry in Italy.
New figures show Virginia's consumer spending increased in 2012.
A quarter of U.S. families feel they are under economic stress as the aftershock of the Great Recession continues to drag down living standards.
Greg Oden was arrested on Thursday on battery charges following an alleged attack on his ex-girlfriend.
The number of Americans filing new claims for unemployment benefits fell to the lowest level since
Charlottesville will begin another Citizen Police Academy in a few weeks.