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The bill would protect data collected from students through educational apps.
The U.S. is leading an international coalition against Islamic State, and has launched an air campaigns in Iraq and Syria.
MLB Commissioner Rob Manfred opened the door for possible reinstatement of the all-time hits leader for Hall of Fame consideration.
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An idea that's been around since the 1960's has become a reality for local drivers.
The Albemarle Superintendent and school board are slightly more optimistic about finances.
UVA Police are telling students they were notified about an alleged sexual assault in a dorm.
A man is in the hospital after stopping to help what he thought was a stranded motorist but who turned out to be an armed robber.
Charlottesville Police want your help identifying suspects in a burglary at the All-American Car Wash on Long Street.
A 25-year-old Charlottesville man is facing a felony charge following a Sunday incident on Green Street.
Police say 18-year-old Josiah L. Counts is a suspect in a Monday morning break-in.
Narcotics detectives say $30,000 worth of drugs was seized from an Orange County home.
The Virginia women's basketball team fell 75-54 to No. 4 Notre Dame on Thursday night.
The State Senate has approved a bill that eliminates a question on many employment applications.
The Orlando Magic have fired head coach Jacque Vaughn on the heels of their 10th consecutive loss.
A senior member of the House of Delegates forecasts higher spending on mental health.
The University of Virginia has named the speaker for its Valedictory Exercises.
He will address Congress on Sept. 24, marking the first time a pope has delivered such a speech.
Albemarle County plans to provide video streams of its meetings by the spring.