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Tony Bennett secures a major recruit for 2016-17.
Charlottesville Police have charged a 53-year-old woman with malicious wounding.
Albemarle County has had another fatal head-on collision.
There's a new permanent traffic signal on 29 North at the Shops at Stonefield.
The recent carnage at a Lafayette, Louisiana theater has rekindled the debate over gun control in Virginia and elsewhere.
Governor McAuliffe names area residents to Virginia boards and commissions.
Area veterans and their families have a new contact person.
Most of Virginia's House members back a bill penalizing "sanctuary cities."
A palm reader whose business on 29 North was raided by federal agents several months ago has now been indicted on fraud charges.
Virginia gets another talented recruit for the class of 2016.
Area transportation planners look at future road projects with possible statewide importance.
The city has settled a legal dispute with a Maryland construction firm over the Fontaine Avenue Fire Station.
A 27-year-old woman accused of shooting a man in Albemarle County has been arrested in North Carolina.
Governor McAuliffe explains his reluctance to arm those who staff military recruiting stations.
A new survey shows Democrat Hillary Clinton trails Republicans Jeb Bush, Scott Walker, and Marco Rubio in Virginia.
UVA Police say there was a strong-arm robbery Tuesday night near the Rotunda.
The city councilors have voted 3-2 in favor of a new parking arrangement at William Taylor Plaza, and that means a hotel can go there.
City Councilors approve buying a community response vehicle for the Charlottesville Police.
A child from Fairfax has become Albemarle County's fifth highway fatality of the year.
U.S. Department of Education gives Virginia's public schools their highest overall rating.