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A federal judge in Florida ruled that county clerks must issue marriage licenses to all same-sex couples who request them starting Jan. 6.
Mario Cuomo, the three-time governor of New York and a leading voice of the Democratic Party's liberal wing, died at 82.
A chimney fire led to further damage early Friday morning at a house on Old Lynchburg Road.
A look back on some of the Hollywood headlines that made history.
Charlottesville Police say one of their patrol vehicles was involved in a Thursday night collision.
A national publication is raising some questions about former Virginia Senator Jim Webb.
UVA Professor Larry Sabato says the late Mario Cuomo had an enduring legacy.
The Virginia Lottery had a long list of winners for its 2015 Millionaire Raffle.
Both UVA and Martha Jefferson Hospital had families with new babies when 2015 was brand new.
"Jurassic Park" and the final installment of "The Hunger Games" also top the list of movies we can't wait to watch.
Some voters have filed a federal lawsuit that challenges the 100 House of Delegates districts.
Some protesters managed to create a scene at one of the First Night Virginia events.
There are drinks, tablets, and home-made remedies, but a quick hangover cure remains elusive.
A coalition of critics of a proposed Rio Road at Route 29 intersection sets up a barge banner at Albemarle Square.
By: George Wolf of Maddwolf.com 2014 was a banner year, with great films in an enormous range of genres: blockbusters…
The "Stay With Me" hitmaker, who has dubbed his devotees Little Sailors, is planning a permanent reminder of his fans.
Google says Robin Williams' suicide seared into the world's collective mindset more than anything else this year.
Four Louisa County men lose their home following a house fire in the Mineral area.