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Albemarle Police identify human remains that were discovered along Route 20 on August 26th.
A flight attendant who admits he planted a "suspicious" package that affected a flight out of CHO can't fly without a judge's permission.
Inmates at the women's prison in Fluvanna County have settled a class action lawsuit against the state.
The annual Laurence E. Richardson Day of Caring happened Wednesday across our area.
Advocates for eco-friendly buildings say Virginia's new green buildings contributed to more than 100,000 jobs over a four-year period.
A report says state money going to K-12 education has dropped 7% in the last ten years.
Andrew Baxter takes over for Charles Werner, who worked for the Charlottesville Fire Department for 37 years.
Presidential candidate Bernie Sanders appeared Monday at the University of Virginia's Miller Center.
The grandmother of Dashad "Sage" Smith is upset that her grandchild has been missing for nearly three years.
AAA-Virginia says gas prices were lower on Labor Day than they've been for a decade.
Help Save the Next Girl has honored the late Hannah Graham, one year after she disappeared in the downtown area.
Area residents attend a weekend fundraiser for Robert Tracci, the Republican nominee for Albemarle Commonwealth's Attorney.
Fans of UVA football have come close to seeing the Wahoos beat a top ten team, but they came up short during the Saturday home opener.
Ex-Governor and onetime U.S. Senator George Allen returned to Albemarle County on Saturday.
Area residents remember the 9-11 attacks.
City and county leaders come together to discuss ways they can cooperate.
Two General Assembly members want to know why the public can't see a State Police report on a March 18th incident on the UVA corner.
Narcotics detectives have made an arrest on Barbershop Hill Road in Albemarle County.
Charlottesville Police charge a man with vandalism of a church on Cherry Avenue.
An app designed to help CAT riders wins an award.