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The Rivanna Water and Sewer Authority gets a new odor control plan.
The Fluvanna Sheriff's Office is investigating a strong-arm robbery at the Beaverdam Market on Route 250.
The statewide unemployment figure dropped to 4.8% in December.
A bill that would've raised the state's minimum wage from $7.25 to $10 an hour over the course of two years dies in committee.
Charlottesville is one of the state's 25 fastest-growing localities.
Principals tell Albemarle Superintendent and School Board about the importance of class sizes.
The Seattle Seahawks and the New England Patriots hit the floor for the NFL Super Bowl XLIX media day.
A new survey from Christopher Newport University has sampled Virginians' views on marijuana and ethics.
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Who needs robocalls when you can declare school closures through song?
As New York and New Jersey lifted travel bans, Massachusetts braces for more snow.
Mothers Against Drunk Driving works with Uber to establish ride service rights in cities around the world.
World leaders joined Auschwitz survivors at the site of the former Nazi death camp to mark 70 years since its liberation by Soviet troops.
The Augusta County Sheriff's Office has identofied who was involved in a murder-and-suicide.
Benedict Cumberbatch is "devastated" after realizing he caused offense during a chat about diversity on Tavis Smiley's late-night show.
Imagine Dragons have teamed up with Southwest Airlines to give a group of fans a once-in-a-lifetime mile-high experience.
"You don't feel in beast mode. It feels you."
A State Senate committee approves legislation protecting gays in the workplace.
The Help Save the Next Girl organization sells t-shirts to promote safety for women.
You can check out some sidewalk projects Wednesday at Jack Jouett Middle School.