Flat-bottomed boats float along the James River celebrating the history of the Batteau.
Posted: 7:34 AM
The House of Representatives, with mostly Republican votes, approved a bill on Tuesday, that restricts nearly all abortions after 20 weeks of conception.
Posted: 7:34 AM
Plans for a proposed seven-story hotel near downtown Charlottesville are moving forward.
Updated: 3:02 AM
More than 200 nursing assistants and their supporters were recognized during the "At the Heart of Caring" event in Charlottesville Tuesday.
Updated: 3:09 AM
A report out by the National Council on Teacher Quality says UVa's teacher preparation education gets 1 1/2 stars out of 4. The Dean of the Curry School of Education disagrees.
Updated: 12:08 AM
With a couple more inches of rain on top of the several inches we have seen in the past week, river levels are continuing to rise. Rafting companies have had to turn away business this Spring because the water levels are too high.
Posted: 6:30 PM
The US Forest Service is considering allowing fracking in the George Washington National Forest.
Updated: 6:26 PM
UVa School of Nursing signs a deal with Va. Community College System to help nurses get a degree from the university.
Updated: 6:42 PM
Six state police and highway patrol agencies spent Memorial Day Weekend heavily patrolling Route 15 in an effort to keep drivers safe.
Posted: 4:59 PM
Greenbrier Elementary School will receive a 3-year waiver from annual state accreditation because its students achieved a pass rate of 95% or higher on their SOL tests.
Updated: 5:28 PM
The government had asked Chrysler to recall 2.7 million Jeep Grand Cherokees from model years '93 through '04 and Jeep Libertys from '02 through '07.
Updated: 3:30 PM
Health alert for anyone who was at Dulles International Airport on June 7: You may have been exposed to the measles.
Updated: 5:21 PM
Law enforcement seizes 339 gallons of moonshine, 18 weapons and $617 in cash from rural home near Danville.
Updated: 5:20 PM
Charlottesville Police say two men barged in, forcing their way inside the home, robbed a 24-year-old man inside, then shot him.
Updated: 8:29 PM
Charlottesville City Council voted to approve the new traffic signal project, but not all of them agree with the funding.
Posted: 12:19 PM
Dave Matthews will be the featured speaker at Monticello’s 51st annual Independence Day Celebration and Naturalization Ceremony.
Updated: 6:25 PM
Michael J. Fox Foundation awards grant to Va. organization for Parkinson's disease study
Updated: 10:34 AM
Charlottesviile City Council approves new parking ordinance that will increase fines in the city.
Posted: 8:29 AM
President Obama wrapped up a meeting with leaders from eight of the world's top economic powers Tuesday. The official agenda centers around trade and taxes, but the talk in private meetings was all about Syria.
Posted: 7:37 AM
The water continued to rise into Monday night in Crozet as storms brought heavy rain to the area.
Updated: 1:18 AM
The Charlottesville City Council approved new plan to keep traffic moving on Rt. 29.
Updated: 4:30 AM
School is out for summer but leaders from all over Virginia came together Monday to tackle one of the biggest school issues
Posted: 7:16 PM
In 2012, The Wildlife Center of Virginia fostered 17 bears total for the year. This Spring alone, they have 17 bears, breaking a record for the number of bears at the center at once.
Updated: 7:03 PM
Police say the suspect is a white male in his 20's, wearing a white t-shirt and aviator-style sunglasses.
Updated: 12:57 AM
A former Charlottesville school bus driver has been indicted on several charges of soliciting sex from minors online.
Posted: 6:16 PM
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