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Advocates for those with brain injuries have recognized State Senator Creigh Deeds (D- Bath County) and former Vietnam POW Paul Galanti.
Two 18-year-olds are behind bars following incidents in Charlottesville and Albemarle County.
The U.S. Navy's newest submarine is named for Virginian John Warner.
Help Save the Next Girl will hold a Saturday event honoring many of Virginia's missing persons.
Teresa Sullivan has been the University of Virginia's President for five years.
City Police are investigating Saturday morning gunshots on McIntire Road and a car being abandoned on Hillsdale Drive.
Area residents have been reflecting on the 9-11 attacks following a ceremony at the Fontaine Avenue fire station.
A federal judge has ruled the state is allowed to remove Confederate flags from Virginia vanity license plates.
Charlottesville Police are asking for the public's help in finding a burglary suspect.
Former UVA basketball star and current Atlanta Hawk Mike Scott has been arrested on drug charges.
Attorney General Mark Herring says customers of Dominion Virginia Power are entitled to a refund.
Leslie Beauregard, who directs the city budget, and Mike Murphy, who's been leading the human services department, will be the co-assistant city managers.
The party wants to know if a PAC contribution recently returned was illegal.
The State Police investigation into the Martese Johnson case is complete and has been sent on.
The annual Citizen Survey shows Albemarle County residents continue to rate their quality of life very high.
UVA has made another list of top colleges in the U.S.
Three University of Virginia graduates who were brothers in the Phi Kappa Psi fraternity have sued Rolling Stone magazine.
A trial date has been set for the man accused of killing a mother and her daughter in the city.
The unemployment rate in the Charlottesville region went up slightly in June.
The University of Virginia is the home of five projects funded by the National Endowment for the Humanities.