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Charlottesville Police are looking for two suspects accused of stealing a wallet and using credit cards from it.
An idea that's been around since the 1960's has become a reality for local drivers.
The Albemarle Superintendent and school board are slightly more optimistic about finances.
UVA Police are telling students they were notified about an alleged sexual assault in a dorm.
A man is in the hospital after stopping to help what he thought was a stranded motorist but who turned out to be an armed robber.
Charlottesville Police want your help identifying suspects in a burglary at the All-American Car Wash on Long Street.
A 25-year-old Charlottesville man is facing a felony charge following a Sunday incident on Green Street.
The State Senate has approved a bill that eliminates a question on many employment applications.
A senior member of the House of Delegates forecasts higher spending on mental health.
The University of Virginia has named the speaker for its Valedictory Exercises.
Albemarle County plans to provide video streams of its meetings by the spring.
A 2-inch water line broke Thursday morning on Cherry Avenue near 6-1/2 Street.
The opponents and critics of a proposed new interchange at Rio Road and 29 North squared off Wednesday.
Our area's jobless rate help steady in December at 3.7%.
State Police are investigating a Wednesday incident near Crozet involving an autogyro.
Legislation that deals with sexual assaults at colleges has advanced in the General Assembly.
A proposed constitutional amendment that deals with direct food sales from farms has died.
Senior lawmakers from both major parties debate what some call a war on coal.
City Police charge a man with sexully assaulting a juvenile.
Charlottesville Police charge third man with a recent beatdown on Green Street.