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Virginia public colleges and universities are warning their faculty and staff about looming budget reductions.
The family and friends of Bonnie Santiago held a Saturday event promoting their search for the missing woman.
CHARLOTTESVILLE, Va. (AP)– UCLA scored three defensive touchdowns before Brett Hundley led them on a critical second-half scoring drive and…
David Neuman, who's responsible for UVA's historic preservation and major projects, will leave the Grounds in October
A seven-man five-woman federal jury will begin deliberating the fate of Bob and Maureen McDonnell on Tuesday.
Labor Day is a big weekend for Virginia's law enforcement agencies.
The advisory group on 29 North improvements took a look Thursday at construction timetables.
The Albemarle School Board has shown its interest in a more aggressive capital improvements program.
UVA has decided to stick with Aramark for its dining services.
Bob McDonnell has ended more than four days of testimony in his Richmond trial.
Albemarle Supervisors have adoped a resolution dealing with future road improvements.
State agencies have been told to come up with plans to cut their budgets.
Charlottesville Police are asking for your help to solve a recent larceny case.
The Catholic Diocese of Richmond hopes participants in ice bucket challenges will avoid ALS Association.
CBS newsman Bob Schieffer has reacted to the Richmond trial of Bob and Maureen McDonnell.
The President of the local NAACP says police departments are necessary, but he wants to weed out bad officers.
A design team is looking for feedback on the east side of McIntire Park.
Jim Haden, the president of Martha Jefferson Hospital, will retire this fall.
The University of Virginia has welcomed the largest entering class in its histiry.
The President of the local NAACP believes black residents should bring cameras to places where arrests are happening.