Twenty – three thousand people filled Foxfield Race Course in Charlottesville to attend The Foxfield Races on Saturday.
Updated: 12:39 PM
How to keep your kids safe when they're instant messaging in chat rooms and online.
Updated: 2:53 PM
Money raised will help pay for a new addition at the Stony Point Fire Station. It's the last station in Albemarle County to undergo any renovations.
Updated: 1:03 PM
Controversy has surrounded the film "United 93" about the September 11th flight that crashed in Pennsylvania. Today, it opened in movie theaters across the country.
Updated: 12:55 PM
The Aloha House Assisted Living Facility in Charlottesville will be closing its doors. The state is in the process of revoking the facility's license.
Updated: 12:48 PM
Norris feels the city should have better options when it comes to education, affordable housing, and the environment. To Norris, those topics speak volumes.
Updated: 1:00 PM
A new housing development planned near I-64 is expected to bring hundreds of new students to Albemarle County Schools. Thursday night the school board looked at options for a new elementary school site.
Updated: 4:51 PM
Nearly 17,000 people nationwide are killed by drunk drivers. Tonight, Mothers Against Drunk Drivers honored some officers who strive to keep those numbers from rising.
Updated: 5:37 PM
New charges have been filed and a court appearance today for the teen accused in a Charlottesville gang beating.
Updated: 2:15 PM
A group of high school seniors and a special guest were honored at the Charlottesville Omni hotel today.
Updated: 5:38 PM
One of two Democrats fighting for George Allen’s Senate seat stopped in Charlottesville today.
Updated: 3:29 PM
An Albemarle County man will spend 17 years behind bars for killing a teenager at the Trophy Chase apartments last year.
Updated: 3:05 PM
One of the teens convicted of plotting attacks on Albemarle County schools is asking for a new trial.
Updated: 3:03 PM
Charlottesville city schools moved their classrooms to the downtown mall for the Government Services Fair on Thursday. It was in effort to teach the kids about city government.
Updated: 4:25 PM
Schilling, who's lived in Charlottesville for eight years, says it's about how he can make things better for all residents.
Updated: 4:35 PM
The U.S. Supreme Court turned down Dexter Lee Vinson's petition to stop his execution. At 9 p.m. Vinson is expected to be executed by lethal injection for the killing of his former girlfriend in 1997.
Updated: 3:57 PM
A Virginia man is scheduled to be executed Thursday unless the Supreme Court or Governor Tim Kaine steps in to stop it.
Updated: 9:10 AM
A group of University of Virginia students are opening dialogue and challenging stereotypes on grounds.
Updated: 1:38 PM
Albemarle County Police are investigating the reports of an armed robbery where a shot was fired.
Updated: 3:23 PM
One woman suffered minor injuries Wednesday afternoon when her car went off the edge of the road and into a ditch.
Updated: 3:45 PM
In this week's CrimeStoppers most wanted, Albemarle County police are hunting for Bryan Watkins.
Updated: 6:29 PM
The 16-year-old accused of being a gang member and severely beating a teenager who allegedly wouldn't join his gang remains behind bars tonight.
Updated: 5:06 PM
The University of Virginia Medical Center is facing a possible two-year probationary status for its medical residency programs.
Updated: 10:58 AM
Three candidates and two seats. One person will obviously not make it to the Charlottesville City Council.
Updated: 4:12 PM
The Tavern was supposed to be re-opened one month after the March 15th fire but now the owner set the goal of July 1st, which is its 30th anniversary.
Updated: 10:49 AM
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