The Rivanna Water and Sewer Authority gets a new odor control plan.
The statewide unemployment figure dropped to 4.8% in December.
A bill that would've raised the state's minimum wage from $7.25 to $10 an hour over the course of two years dies in committee.
Charlottesville is one of the state's 25 fastest-growing localities.
Principals tell Albemarle Superintendent and School Board about the importance of class sizes.
A State Senate committee approves legislation protecting gays in the workplace.
The Help Save the Next Girl organization sells t-shirts to promote safety for women.
You can check out some sidewalk projects Wednesday at Jack Jouett Middle School.
A committee of the State Senate has rejected gun control measures.
The General Assembly's Republicans and Democrats have rival plans to improve life for Virginians.
An electrical problem led to a temporary evacuation Monday morning at the Emily Couric Cancer Center.
A bill that deals with campus sexual assaults remains alive in Richmond.
Despite a rough outing offensively, Virginia guts out another win.
The Virginia women's basketball team fell 68-62 to Georgia Tech on Sunday afternoon.
Community activists, including Charlottesville area residents, mobilized for Virginia March For Justice.
University of Virginia Greek houses have more students pledging them this semester.
Virginia's Republican Party has chosen a new leader.
Albemarle County has growing lists of students with limited English proficiency.
The State Senate is considering a bill that would let a political party create the rules for its primary elections.
Retiring Albemarle Supervisor Ken Boyd challenges a message Chairwoman Jane Dittmar sent to VDOT.