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The makers of a twice-rejected pill intended to boost libido in women will try once again this week to persuade regulators that the drug warrants approval as the first prescription treatment for low sexual desire in women.
You probably shouldn't get tanked before you're due at the police station.
The embattled president announced plans to resign from FIFA earlier this week.
An apparent slowdown in the pace of global warming is likely an illusion after a new study found no break in the trend of rising temperatures.
A bipartisan group of lawmakers introduced legislation to boost protections for pregnant workers in response to a recent Supreme Court ruling.
Here's a look at some of the big sports stories making headlines today, Friday, June 5.
Your daily look at the stories that will be talked about today, Friday, June 5.
The Fluvanna Sheriff's Office is setting up a reserve deputy program.
Some federal judges still object to Virginia's congressional redistricting plan.
The judge in Jesse Matthew's Fairfax case denied a defense request that the alleged victim be barred from testifying whether she recognizes Matthew.
The Charlottesville Schools are going to the next phase of a computer initiative.
An educational administrator wants a seat on the Charlottesville School Board.
Virginia's highest court heard from both sides Thursday in the debate over Sweet Briar College.
Competitive bike riders will come to Charlottesville and Albemarle to train for a championship.
The Albemarle Supervisors will get advice on cost-cutting options.
A man is charged with breaking and entering at a house on Village Road.
The city schools have honored many of this year's retiring educators.
Governor McAuliffe will be the guest speaker at this year's naturalization ceremony at Monticello.
Cale Elementary School welcomes many new Spanish books to its library.
Charlottesville does its traditional lockup of voting machines prior to an election.