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The Nelson Sheriff's Office has identified the latest person who accidentally died at Crabtree Falls.
Eric Michael Pugh is accused of abducting and assaulting a Greene County woman.
His alleged victim had new information when interviewed by prosecutors after her arrival last week.
The Stream Watch organization says it's monitoring bacteria counts in local waterways.
Robert Wayne Pippin was found safe Sunday in Albemarle County.
The UVA baseball team is headed to the College World Series for the fourth time in the program's history.
Albemarle and Charlottesville Police are investigating overnight burglaries at two BP stations.
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.
Competitive bike riders will come to Charlottesville and Albemarle to train for a championship.
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.
Charlottesville does its traditional lockup of voting machines prior to an election.
The Obama administration releases a report saying a failure to expand Medicaid carries a high price tag.
The Albemarle supervisors have rejected parts of a plan to help businesses near the upcoming interchange construction at Rio Road and 29 North.
Chief Dan Eggleston is hoping supervisors will go forward with the design phase.
There was a big improvement in the unemployment rate for April in our region.
Governor McAuliffe had a bill-signing ceremony Tuesday at Burnley-Moran Elementary.