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Information can still be relayed to the Charlottesville and Albemarle Police Departments.
The Charlottesville area joined the rest of the nation in honoring veterans.
Governor McAuliffe has issued a proclamation in honor of Veterans Day.
VDOT is taking bids for construction of the so-called Best Buy ramp from southbound Emmet to the westbound bypass.
Governor McAuliffe has set up a contingency fund to deal with any possible ebola case in Virginia.
There was a fire in a bathroom Tuesday morning at a residence in the Belmont neighborhood.
The state is considering an alert system to cover ages between the very young and the elderly.
There was a traffic stop Monday afternoon on the 250 Bypass where officers pulled their guns.
City Police are looking for the driver of a car that hit and critically injured a pedestrian early Sunday morning.
A rear-end chain reaction collision tied up traffic on the the eastbound side of the 250 Bypass.
Two men have been charged with robbing a man last Wednesday afternoon on 2nd St. NW.near McGuffey Park.
State Police say a Maryland man was killed in a plane crash Saturday night in Rockingham County.
Many UVA officials and others came to the Alderman Library to look at a piece of the Berlin Wall.
The disciplinary board of the Virginia State Bar has revoked the law license of Chris Dumler.
Local residents have re-dedicated the Bowles family cemetery in the Belvedere subdivision.
The Blue Ridge Parkway had its highest visitation during an October since 2011.
A 21-year-old man was killed after he was struck by a train in Lynchburg.
UVA Professor Larry Sabato has reacted to President Obama's choice for a new U.S. Attorney General.
Albemarle Registrar Jake Washburne says a repair team has solved a problem with a voting machine.
The 22nd annual Women's Four Miler brought in $375,000.