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Local NAACP President Rick Turner has reacted to New York's Eric Garner case.
Students at the University of Virginia came together Thursday for the annual Lighting of the Lawn.
There were no injuries but some property was damaged in a drive-by shooting in Buckingham County.
The Washington Post has published an opinion piece that challenges a recent Rolling Stone article.
Albemarle County's department heads warn their staffs are stretched thin.
Albemarle Sheriff Chip Harding wants the 2015 General Assembly to expand Virginia's DNA data bank.
A Fredericksburg school with historic ties to the University of Virginia is in no hurry to set up fraternities and sororities.
A Charlottesville judge has reduced the bond for a woman accused of destroying evidence after a homicide.
Guns popped up earlier this week at Richmond International Airport.
A feline who used to call Suffolk home has survived a long journey to Hawaii.
A college that's been based in Bristol is now for sale.
Three defendants have pleaded guilty to federal drug charges.
The State Climatologist says we could be in for another rough winter.
Non-profit civic and religious groups are being encouraged to help out during a disaster.
Residents of a house in Schuyler were forced out of their home by a fire Monday night.
The Speaker of the House of Delegates, Bill Howell, is facing opposition for another term from within his own party.
Jesse Matthew will not have a preliminary hearing on the local abduction charge until March.
City Councilors have taken a stand against an ABC store on West Main Street.
Teresa Sullivan says the behavior depicted in a Rolling Stone article is not something the University of Virginia will accept as normal.
Members of the House of Delegates who attended UVA are propos