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The Albemarle trial of Jesse Matthew on the first-degree murder charge will be June 29th through July 17th.
Companies from Richmond, Chesterfield and Chantilly have been award the contract to design and build the projects in the 29 North corridor, including the interchange at Rio Road.
Delegate Rob Bell's legislation dealing with options for homeschooled students clears the State Senate.
A UVA student reported missing earlier has been found safe.
The governor is asking Virginians to drive only if absolutely necessary.
AAA-Virginia urges drivers to allow extra time if they must follow other vehicles.
Despite a strong shooting day from Mikayla Venson, the UVA women lost to Florida State 65-56.
Wes Bellamy has formally kicked off his second campaign for a City Council seat.
A new statewide survey shows most Virginians disapprove of President Obama's performance.
Virginia defeats Wake Forest behind another strong defensive effort.
Albemarle resident Jesse Matthew will now have a June 8th trial on charges from Fairfax County.
Rosanna Bencoach has taken her oath as the Charlottesville General Registrar.
Work will begin sooner than expected on the Best Buy ramp project.
The Charlottesville Regional Chamber of Commerce has presented its annual Quadruplicity Award.
Civil rights leader Julian Bond and a UVA professor are showcasing their project on black leadership.
YMCA supporters have urged the Albemarle supervisors to stay the course on their project.
UVA earns a tough win on Tobacco Road edging N.C. State 51-47.
House Republicans want the State Senate to give prompt consideration to bills dealing with higher edcation.
Madison House has chosen Tim Freilich to be its new executive director.
Virginia's annual prohibition on burning debris before 4 p.m. will begin Sunday.