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There's been a delay in the first court hearing for a Fluvanna murder suspect.
Dominion says noise from a compressor station for its natural gas pipeline would have a silencer.
The NFL Commissioner denied allegations that he came down hard on the New England Patriots over "Deflategate" because the league was light-handed in dealing with the team over the a spying scandal in 2007.
The documentary "Janis" contains footage never seen before of the troubled teen from Texas who rose to world fame.
Lawmakers head into tense debate on the Iran nuclear deal as they return to Washington from a five-week summer recess.
A caped green superhero stumping for marijuana legalization votes at Ohio college campuses and bars has sparked debate over its impact on children.
The woman who was wounded by gunfire last month while she was being interviewed by a TV crew is out of the hospital.
Media General is buying Meredith Corporation for about $2.4 billion in cash and stock.
The document, which formally bound the Fab Four to Epstein's management roster for five years, was inked by all five parties in October, 1962, two months after Ringo Starr joined the band as former drummer Pete Best's replacement.
The "Furious 7" star turned into a real-life action hero.
Sweet Briar College expects to get its latest enrollment numbers this week.
"The Autobiography of James T. Kirk – The Story of Starfleet’s Greatest Captain," will be published by Titan Books on Tuesday - 49 years to the day after "Star Trek" premiered on television in 1966.
Grammy Award winner Sam Smith will sing the theme song for the next "James Bond" movie, "Spectre," the first time a British male solo artist has recorded the title tune for a 007 film since 1965.
Companion is being used on college campuses across the country.
Family ties will be stretched to the limit when Serena and Venus Williams clash in a compelling U.S. Open quarter-final on Tuesday where much more than sibling bragging rights will be on the line.
The proposed YMCA in McIntire Park has a name for its recreation pool.
The jobless rate across our region dropped between June and July.
Anticipation is building in South Boston for a new movie about convicted gangster James "Whitey" Bulger.
The New England Patriots star quarterback will suit up this Thursday for his team’s season opener, after U.S. District Judge Richard Berman threw out the National Football League’s four-game suspension against him in the now notorious “Deflategate” case.
The boy had been trapped in a well nearly 25 feet deep, and only about a foot and a half wide.