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City Councilors have delayed a decision for a new project on Garrett Street.
A second member of a Fairfax family has died following a Monday morning collision on Route 231.
Governor McAuliffe explains his reluctance to arm those who staff military recruiting stations.
A new survey shows Democrat Hillary Clinton trails Republicans Jeb Bush, Scott Walker, and Marco Rubio in Virginia.
UVA Police say there was a strong-arm robbery Tuesday night near the Rotunda.
Virginia's 4.9% beats the nation's 5.3% average.
Candidates in same-sex marriages can apply with no fear of discrimination.
People enjoying Virginia from afar hit 413,000 last year.
The city councilors have voted 3-2 in favor of a new parking arrangement at William Taylor Plaza, and that means a hotel can go there.
City Councilors approve buying a community response vehicle for the Charlottesville Police.
The annual survey shows Albemarle County citizens continue to rate their quality of life very high.
Critics say reviving parole will hurt victims of past crimes.
U.S. Department of Education gives Virginia's public schools their highest overall rating.
Sweet Briar College will resume its junior year abroad program.
Help Save the Next Girl says two events in August will highlight the searches for our region's missing people.
The leader of a gay and lesbian group urges the Charlottesville School Board to make some changes.
A Confederate flag has been removed from the Norfolk Naval Shipyard in Portsmouth.
The Hardywood Park Craft Brewery is expanding to Goochand County.
A major project involving Afton Mountain will begin Monday.
A project that involves a temporary closure of Proffit Road begins Monday.