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More reaction to the Governor's plans to get rid of license plates with Confederate flags.
The board that oversees the Rivanna Water and Sewer Authority hears about low water levels at Sugar Hollow.
Area swimmers have successfully lobbied to restore early Saturday morning hours at the Smith Aquatic Center.
Governor McAuliffe is moving to ban the Confederate flag from Virginia license plates.
SARA is accepting nominations for this year's Annette Grimm award.
Verizon will install a temporary cell phone tower at this year's Lockn' Festival to improve service.
Charlottesville firefighters want you to stay safe when your home experiences power ourages.
The city has opened the cooling centers once again to help residents deal with the heat wave.
A fundraiser brought in hundreds of dollars to help offset medical expenses for Caleb Gibson.
Fire caused by a lightning strike damaged a house Saturday evening in the Forest Lakes South subdivision.
Another local vigil will be held for the shooting victims in Charleston, South Carolina.
As expected following the appointment of additional counsel, the man accused of killing Robin and Mani Aldridge will get a new trial date.
Charlottesville Police have arrested a third suspect in connection with a robbery earlier this month.
Charlottesville Police are looking for a man and a woman suspected of credit card theft and fraud.
The man accused of killing a mother and her daughter on Rugby Avenue has been indicted on capital murder charges.
"RG" told the judge that she thought her September 2005 attack was going to be the end of her life.
The U.S. Supreme Court has issued a ruling in a local bath salt case.
An environmental group has issued its latest report on water quality in our area.
City prosecutor Dave Chapman says he found no evidence that the ABC agents committed a crime in the arrest of Martese Johnson.
George Huguely has officially requested that the U.S. Supreme Court review his case.