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School officials believe one victim of a Friday night fire was a junior at Charlottesville High School.
Two people died after a fire at 1627 Rugby Avenue in Charlottesville.
President Teresa Sullivan says UVA is committed to student safety and well being.
Mark Herring says nothing will district him from the urgency of preventing sexual assault.
“Our initial doubts as to the accuracy of the article have only been strengthened”
In a note to its readers, the magazine cites ‘discrepancies’ in the story of a brutal gang rape.
The Charlottesville School Board has approved a salary hike for its members effective in 2016.
State Senator Creigh Deeds (D- Bath County) was the featured speaker at a forum on children's mental health.
Critics of a proposed Rio at 29 North interchange want state officials to abandon the idea.
There's been a delay in planned periodic closings as part of a bridge project on Route 6 east of Scottsville.
Local NAACP President Rick Turner has reacted to New York's Eric Garner case.
Students at the University of Virginia came together Thursday for the annual Lighting of the Lawn.
The Washington Post has published an opinion piece that challenges a recent Rolling Stone article.
Albemarle County's department heads warn their staffs are stretched thin.
Albemarle Sheriff Chip Harding wants the 2015 General Assembly to expand Virginia's DNA data bank.
A judge has ruled in favor of the Shops at Stonefield in a dispute over a big drainage pipe.
Albemarle prosecutor Denise Lunsford is seeking re-election.
Three defendants have pleaded guilty to federal drug charges.
The State Climatologist says we could be in for another rough winter.
Non-profit civic and religious groups are being encouraged to help out during a disaster.