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An Albemarle County author is a potential target for an ice bucket challenge.
Herring still supports same-sex marriages, but he's told the Chief Justice of the U.S. Supreme Court he should grant a stay.
The woman accused of attacking Delegate David Toscano's wife will be arraigned in September.
The Virginia jobless rate inched up again in July.
Donald Wayne Lemons will be the next Chief Justice of the Virginia Supreme Court.
The latest fiscal year was very profitable for the Virginia Lottery.
Governor McAuliffe selected three area women for statewide boards and commissions.
Virginia's gun sales in 2014 are far below the figures for last year.
Albemarle Supervisors continue to spar over process for Route 29 improvements.
Debates over climate change surface at the local and state levels.
Virginia is facing a larger shortfall in the current two-year state budget than officials had expected.
The McDonnells' trial is moving forward after a federal judge dismissed a request from the defense to toss out the case.
The Albemarle schools ae considering using new family life education materials.
The new owner of the Charlottesville Parking Center says his purchase won't affect plans for the City Market.
Federal prosecutors have told Judge James Spencer they expect to rest their case by Thursday.
University of Virginia economist Ed Burton says the U.S. economy remains stagnant.
Without explanation, one of the jurors in the Bob and Maureen McDonnell trial has been replaced with an alternate.
A former attorney general was the next to take the witness stand for the prosecution in the McDonnells' corruption trial.
A past leader of the local tea party hopes Albemarle won't pursue equal taxing powers for counties and cities.
The corruption trial of former governor Bob McDonnell and his wife, Maureen, has featured over two dozen prosecution witnesses so far.