Stores that sell cigarettes might have to get a license under a proposal being considered by the Virginia Crime Commission.
A top election official is calling for a review of the voting equipment used in Virginia.
Attorney General Mark Herring is still dealing with $365,000 in campaign debt from 2013.
There's another "best of" list that Charlottesville is on.
Health care will now be monitored at the Fluvanna Correctional Center for Women.
A small refund is coming to APCO customers.
The infant mortality rate in Virginia showed an improvement in a five-year period.
The Rector of the UVA Board of Visitors opened a special meeting Tuesday afternoon by apologizing to the woman who was the subject of a recent article in Rolling Stone magazine.
The governor says the state economy is in trouble, and continuing car tax relief could be on the chopping block.
New information from State Police says Jesse Matthew’s DNA was found on the T-shirt Harrington wore the night she disappeared.
Student leaders are reacting to a recent Rolling Stone article about sexual assaults at UVA.
The House Minority Leader admits that changes in rules and regulations mean nothing if victims don't report their attacks.
Albemarle Police have identified two Gordonsville area residents who died Sunday on Route 53.
U.S. Attorney Tim Heaphy will step down by the end of 2014.
A student newspaper at UVA reports the brothers of Phi Kappa Psi have vacated their fraternity house.
Two people died Sunday in a single-vehicle accident on Route 53.
Four people have been arrested for trespassing at a fraternity house associated with UVA.
Radford University now includes trangender students and employees as part of its anti-discrimination policy.
University of Virginia President Teresa Sullivan has taken action regarding offenses that were highlighted in a Rolling Stone article.
The Virginia Employment Commission says the jobless picture improved in October.