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A voting machine malfunctioned Tuesday at University Hall.
Virginians are showing up to vote during today's mid-year elections.
Virginians are now required to show a photo ID when they show up to vote.
Congressman Robert Hurt (R- Chatham) and GOP Senate nominee Ed Gillespie made an Election Eve stop in Albemarle.
The University of Virginia's Crystal Ball has predicted Republicans will take control of the U.S. Senate.
City Councilors have endorsed new attendance rules for advisory boards and commissions.
The city's current leaders have paid tribute to Jill Rinehart, the first woman on City Council.
City Councilors expect to vote November 17th on restrictions for larger trucks on Franklin Street.
City Councilors have endorsed a process called Streets That Work.
The University of Virginia's Larry Sabato says Republicans have a good shot at winning control of the U.S. Senate.
Virginia registrars urge voters to bring photo ID with them when they vote on Tuesday.
A fire damaged a house Sunday evening in the 3200-block of Old Lynchburg Road.
Members of the UVA Women's Chorus provided a musical tribute to the late Hannah Graham.
Freshman Democratic U.S. Senator Mark Warner brings his bid for a second term to UVA.
A new statewide poll shows a closer contest for a seat in the U.S. Senate.
The lawyer for Jesse Matthew wants his client to undergo a psychiatric evaluation, and a trial date in Fairfax will be set in two weeks.
The football jersey worn by Lloyd Burruss when he played at Charlottesville High School is being retired.
City Police are investigating an attempted home invasion robbery in the Belmont neighborhood.
Cathy Smith Train of our area's United Way will receive the annual Paul Goodloe McIntire Award.
A constitutional amendment on Tuesday's ballot deals with an exemption for a spouse of a service member killed in action.