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City Police are investigating a report of an attempted robbery on 6th Street S.E.
UVA Women's Basketball pulled the upset and claimed its most impressive win in the regular season finale, defeating No. 8 Louisville 75-59.
Critics of a proposed natural gas pipeline say they are not surprised by a Dominion Resources clerical error.
An event at Piedmont Virginia Community College is designed to bridge a cultural divide.
The Jefferson-Madison Regional Library has designated "The Namesake" as this year's book for the Big Read.
The UVA men's basketball program has made history again thanks to a victory over Virginia Tech.
Lena Seville has joined this year's growing list of City Council candidates.
The winter session of the 2015 General Assembly finished a day early.
A plumber was injured after a natural gas explosion damaged a house near Georgetown Road.
The bill deals with both reporting assaults and providing victim aid.
The measure targets crimes involving child pornography, child exploitation, and human trafficking.
State workers will get a pay raise if Governor McAuliffe signs a budget approved by the General Assembly.
Restaurant owners denounce a proposed increase in the Charlottesville meals tax.
The Living Wage Campaign delivered more than 1200 signatures to University administrators Thursday.
The annual Household Hazardous Waste collection days will happen soon.
Virginia Women's Basketball's road woes continued Thursday night in a 72-70 loss in Chapel Hill to No. 15 North Carolina.
Albemarle Police made two arrests in a prostitution sting on Hillsdale Drive.