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UVA says it's completed a major security upgrade on computer systems that fell victim to a cyber attack.
Julian Bond, who was a professor emeritus at the University of Virginia, has died in Florida.
City councilors will re-visit the issue of short-term rentals.
Members of the General Assembly are returning to Richmond to take on two contentious issues.
Opponents of the Atlantic Coast Pipeline will rally Tuesday in downtown Charlottesville.
Many area kids took part in this year's Back-to-School Bash.
A British newspaper says UVA student Martese Johnson is poised to sue three Virginia ABC agents.
UVA is making some changes following a cyber attack based in China.
The State Corporation Commission says Dominion Virginia Power customers should get a refund.
Charlottesville Police are asking for the public's help in a credit card fraud investigation.
State officials say an Orange County horse tested positive for West Nile virus.
The Greene County Sheriff's Office has charged a man with sexually assaulting a minor.
Federal prosecutors have let the 4th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals know they oppose Former Governor Bob McDonnell’s request to…
Albemarle prosecutor Denise Lunsford has responded to a dozen defense motions that involve the Jesse Matthew case.
The Albemarle Schools will have many new teachers when classes begin next Wednesday.
A UVA Associate Professor of Speech and Voice has something to say about vocal fry.
Merchants learn more about VDOT's plans, including September changes to shopping center entrances.
The candidates for the Rivanna and Scottsville District seats on the Albemarle Board of Supervisors attended a Wednesday forum.
The four men and one woman who are competing for three seats on City Council squared off Wednesday at the Senior Center.
The latest charges against Brandon Scott Martin of Troy include aggravated DUI manslaughter and DUI maiming.