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Unless the U.S. Supreme Court intervenes, Virginia will execute Alfredo Prieto on Thursday night.
Charlottesville Police are investigating an attempted abduction.
Debbie Shipp, the Clerk of Albemarle Circuit Court, says her office has restored marriage licenses dating back to 1780.
A nationwide survey shows Virginia's teachers are better off than many others.
Charlottesville and Albemarle residents can dispose of old paint cans, motor oil, herbicides and pesticides Friday and Saturday.
A panel that's exploring redistricting options for Greer Elementary and Albemarle High will hear from the public at 7 p.m. Tuesday.
There will nightly lane closures this week involving the Rio Road at 29 North intersection.
CBS airs a "48 Hours" report on last year's disappearance of Hannah Graham, and the discovery of her remains.
UVA Police say the Office of the Dean of Students got a recent report of a woman being sexually assaulted at an unidentified fraternity house.
Retiring U.S. Senator Harry Reid (D-Nevada) was the first featured speaker for UVA's Joseph Smith Lecture on Religious Liberty.
Charlottesville Police and city residents hold another session aimed at fostering better relations.
An unattended kitchen fire damages an apartment on Rio Hill Drive.
18-year-old Anthony Anthony Teaize Spencer is charged with a break-in at the Charlottesville non-profit.
Two Louisa County men face charges following a Thursday shooting on Wahoo Way.
The hopefuls in this year's Albemarle Board of Supervisors races appeared at a Thursday night candidates forum.
One of the Charlottesville 12 passed away earlier this month in New Jersey.
Many area residents paused Thursday to honor Dr. John Jane.
Several Charlottesville schools will get additional state dollars for extended school year programs.
A smaller amount of land currently zoned rural has now been designated as light industrial at I-64 and 29 South.
The document was released after the agents involved gave their consent.