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A vehicle that was heading north on Route 29 in Nelson County was consumed in a fire early Saturday.
The Charlottesville area has once again been named one of the best places in the U.S. to retire.
The western bypass properties are officially on the market.
A woman has been charged with additional offenses following an accident.
UVA has issued an alert following a woman's report of being assaulted by a man in the 100-block of Rubgy Road, north of the Beta Bridge.
City Police are pledging to be a presence this week on four major streets, and Locust Avenue made the list for a second time.
Orange County officials believe a Somerset woman who's accused of cruelty to animals was a hoarder.
Incumbent Albemarle Clerk of Circuit Court Debbie Shipp has gained the endorsement of her predecessor, Shelby Marshall.
Governor McAuliffe says he doubts he would be fellow Democrat Hillary Clinton's choice for vice-president in 2016.
Matt Johns throws go-ahead touchdown pass to Canaan Severin in the third quarter.
Area residents celebrated Halloween in many venues, including the Downtown Mall.
The last surviving brother of former President Richard Nixon spoke Friday evening at the University of Virginia.
Albemarle County says corrected tax bills will be mailed out on Monday.
City Police have charged a man with being a peeping tom.
A plaintiff contends a $3200 fee to obtain records on Mark Weiner's vacated abduction conviction unreasonable.
The woman who's managed the Charlottesville Redevelopment and Housing Authority since 2012 is leaving.
Virginia's junior U.S. Senator is promoting a federal gun control proposal.
The Rutherford Institute is assisting in a challenge to Virginia's recall of license plates with the image of the Confederate battle flag.
Hoos picked to finish second in the ACC behind North Carolina.
The local jobless rate continues to decline.