A Charlottesville jury found Tsaye Simpson is not guilty of a 2013 murder.
UVA is in the winner's bracket in the NCAA Tournament.
The judge in Charlottesville General District Court has set a new timeline in the Martese Johnson case.
Governor McAuliffe has received 21 recommendations to reduce sexual assaults at Virginia's colleges and universities.
Mike Signer outlines his proposals for the Charlottesville schools.
A murder trial is now in its fourth day at the Charlottesville Circuit Court.
The city is backing a resolution that deals with women's rights.
The Rivanna Water and Sewer Authority has approved higher wholesale rates to be passed on to Charlottesville and Albemarle.
A man has been charged with several offenses after a woman says she was held against her will in a hotel on Emmet Street.
Wes Bellamy says it's not right that almost half of city residents put one-third of their income toward the cost of housing.
One is rising school enrollment, with another need a sustainable financial plan to pay for new construction.
Col. Ketti C. Davison is the latest at the helm of the National Ground Intelligence Center.
Jack Jouett and Walton Middle Schools were rewarded for using innovative technology in the classroom.
Albemarle Republicans have nominated two new candidates for their slate in county races.
Albemarle Police are looking for a pickup driver in a hit-and-run crash on the John W. Warner Parkway.
City Police investigate a burglary at Community Bikes on Avon Street.
A man from Earlysville was killed Monday morning in a collision on Barracks Road.
One person was seriously injured Monday afternoon when two cars collided on I-64 near 5th Street.
Even though arrests were down, medical incidents were up significantly at Foxfield.
The event both celebrated and service and mourned the sacrifices of men and women in uniform.