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Area swimmers have successfully lobbied to restore early Saturday morning hours at the Smith Aquatic Center.
Behind the pitching tandem of Adam Haseley and closer Josh Sborz, UVA shut out Vanderbilt 3-0 Tuesday, and will play again Wednesday.
Governor McAuliffe is moving to ban the Confederate flag from Virginia license plates.
SARA is accepting nominations for this year's Annette Grimm award.
Verizon will install a temporary cell phone tower at this year's Lockn' Festival to improve service.
Charlottesville firefighters want you to stay safe when your home experiences power ourages.
Albemarle Parks and Rec Department will set up an amphitheater that recognizes Sir Paul McCartney.
A judge in Bedford has accepted the agreement to keep Sweet Briar College open.
A fundraiser brought in hundreds of dollars to help offset medical expenses for Caleb Gibson.
Another local vigil will be held for the shooting victims in Charleston, South Carolina.
"RG" told the judge that she thought her September 2005 attack was going to be the end of her life.
The new vice-president at UVA comes from Duke University.
City prosecutor Dave Chapman says he found no evidence that the ABC agents committed a crime in the arrest of Martese Johnson.
George Huguely has officially requested that the U.S. Supreme Court review his case.
Graduates of UVA have a lot of success in life, according to a Gallup survey.
The UVA Baseball program has moved one win away from advancing to the College World Series Final.
City councilors are inching closer to creating new guidelines for the West Main Street corridor.
Maurice Jones will stick around as City Manager.
More animals are testing positive for rabies in the Thomas Jefferson Health District.
The UVA Medical Center has won another Magnet Award for excellence in nursing care.