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A woman was hit and killed on I-64 in Goochland when she was seeking help for her disabled car.
More animals are testing positive for rabies in the Thomas Jefferson Health District.
The UVA Medical Center has won another Magnet Award for excellence in nursing care.
Charlottesville Police have made an arrest in connection with a recent robbery.
A Grottoes woman enters an Alford plea in a murder-for-hire case.
UVA keeps adding new dormitories to the Alderman Road area.
Charlottesville will continue to operate cooling centers in selected public structures until Sunday, June 21st.
Area Residents Kick Off Juneteenth Celebration
Greene residents have honored a William Monroe grad who died in South Carolina.
Dede Smith analyzes her fourth-place finish in Charlottesville's Democratic primary.
UVA's Larry Sabato reacts to a jump start for Hillary Clinton's campaign.
Two men have died following a stabbing incident in Fredericksburg.
UVA came from behind to defeat Arkansas 5-3 Saturday at the College Baseball World Series.
An administrator tells Sweet Briar College students they must pull the plug on a fundraising project.
The University of Mary Washington hires a national firm to help hire its tenth President.
A Louisa County jury has convicted Thomas Feaster of murdering his live-in girlfriend.
The University of Virginia has a new $3 billion budget.
During a Friday morning hearing in Charlottesville General District Court, the prosecution dropped all charges against Martese Johnson.
There was a truck accident Friday morning on Route 29 South near the same area where one occurred Thursday afternoon.
CAT will roll out new fare box system June 22nd.