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We have a picture of the ATV enthusiast who helped reunite Bob Pippin with his family.
Governor McAuliffe reappoints Billy Cannaday to the Virginia Board of Education.
The UVA baseball team is headed to the College World Series for the fourth time in the program's history.
The judge in Jesse Matthew's Fairfax case denied a defense request that the alleged victim be barred from testifying whether she recognizes Matthew.
Competitive bike riders will come to Charlottesville and Albemarle to train for a championship.
Governor McAuliffe will be the guest speaker at this year's naturalization ceremony at Monticello.
The Obama administration releases a report saying a failure to expand Medicaid carries a high price tag.
Governor McAuliffe has made four new appointments to the University of Virginia Board of Visitors.
Albemarle school parents and employees have offered advice to a committee that's considering redistricting.
A New York City man was critically injured during a Tuesday incident on Interstate 64.
The University of Virginia baseball program will host a Super Regional Tournament.
UVA Law School Dean Paul Mahoney Plans To Step Down In 2016.
Shenandoah National Park will have a freebie day later this month.
Police say the body of a skateboarder was found Monday on Cabell Avenue.
Congressman Hurt hopes an NSA program will be re-authorized promptly.
UVA outlasted the Trojans of USC 14-10 in an 11-inning baseball game. They now wait for their next opponent, either UCLA or Maryland.