Around 250 people came out to Bowling for Kid's Sake at Kegler's Lanes to raise money for Big Brothers, Big Sisters. The event raised about $30,000 for the program.
Updated: 10:31 PM
Albemarle County and Charlottesville teachers receive Golden Apple Awards.
Updated: 6:50 PM
Criminal charges have been filed in the death of a University of Virginia student.
Updated: 10:23 AM
Some students at Clark Elementary have a special gift from mom Sunday.
Updated: 5:59 PM
CHS's BACON is bringing home some top awards from a state-wide science competition.
Posted: 5:58 PM
Richmond Fire Department crews say boats were searching the river shortly after 10 PM, after reports came in of people in the water.
Updated: 6:01 PM
Trial date set for airman accused of sexual battery; officer led Air Force sex assault unit
Updated: 10:22 AM
Charlottesville Police are looking for 21-year-old Izaiah Lewis Scott, who is a suspect in a break-in on Chancellor Street.
Updated: 8:30 AM
UVa is responding to a new report that says the school is not letting in enough low-income students.
Updated: 5:28 PM
In a new poll, McAuliffe gets 43% to Cuccinelli's 41% of registered voters. But, Cuccinelli gets 45% to McAuliffe's 42% of likely voters.
Updated: 5:23 PM
Three US Senators, including one from Virginia, want students to know as much as they can about college before they pick one.
Updated: 5:23 PM
Jacob and Sophia top the list of most popular American baby names - again. It's Jacob's 14th straight year at the top and the second year for Sophia.
Posted: 2:35 PM
A new report says UVa remains one of the nation's least socioeconomically diverse public schools but commends the University of Richmond for serving low-income students.
Posted: 1:31 PM
Charlottesville Parks & Recreation will open its three spray grounds on Saturday, May 11 at 10:00 am for the 2013 season.
Posted: 12:30 PM
Local food banks help with the largest one-day food drive in the nation.
Updated: 1:06 PM
Federal prosecutors will dismiss charges against a Petersburg man they say posed as a CIA agent to get others to rob banks in northern Va.
Posted: 11:48 AM
A new UVa classroom will help nursing students get high-tech hands-on training before heading out into the real world.
Updated: 11:38 AM
An employee of an Albemarle County assisted-living community is facing charges of selling jewelry taken from residents.
Updated: 8:35 PM
Data released Wednesday shows drastic disparities in what different hospitals charge for the same procedure, drawing questions about how hospitals set their prices.
Updated: 7:12 AM
The Thomas Jefferson Foundation is the recipient of this year's Tourism Achievement Award.
Updated: 12:50 AM
Dan Schutte's Virginia Adventures takes us South to the Mare and James River for some rafting. Every week Dan will be going North, South, East and West for affordable adventures near home.
Posted: 11:51 PM
Studies show chocolate milk is as good as recovery drinks. Local nutritiion coach agrees.
Posted: 10:49 PM
Scammers are using letters with official Publishers Clearing House logos to scam people out of money. The letters ask for money in advance to receive winnings.
Posted: 10:01 PM
Dozens of seniors came out to a city/county forum hosted by the Senior Statesmen of Virginia. They talked about traffic, cross walks, and homelessness, amongst other things.
Posted: 9:24 PM
A Charlottesville woman is accused of kicking a police officer while he was trying to arrest her. 27 year old Lisa Ann Chambers was wanted for missing a court hearing.
Posted: 9:13 PM
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