Firefighters in our area say they are having trouble finding people in distress because many residences aren't properly identified.
Updated: 11:44 AM
Victims’ rights were the topic of an award's luncheon attended by various law enforcement officials today.
Updated: 11:45 AM
Fourth graders at Clark Elementary School got a visit from performers with the Ash Lawn Opera Festival.
Updated: 12:16 PM
Hundreds of people walked to help March of Dimes prevent premature births and birth defects.
Updated: 11:07 AM
Hollymead Town Center Celebrates with a fun filled day of events for the community.
Updated: 11:13 AM
Virginia State Police have canceled the Amber Alert put into effect for a mother and infant who were reportedly abducted by force.
Updated: 9:59 AM
After nearly 24 hours lost near Shenandoah National Park, a Pennsylvania elderly couple is rescued.
Updated: 10:25 AM
Fridays after five kicked off its summer season at the Charlottesville Pavilion Friday night.
Updated: 4:49 PM
Hundreds of teachers and living wage protesters heard from UVA President John Casteen during his State of the University Address today.
Updated: 4:12 PM
High gas prices aren't the only thing, Virginia drivers had to worry about today. In many areas, gas stations simply had no gas.
Updated: 4:24 PM
Monticello high school students saw it at another school a couple of years ago and have wanted it ever since.
Updated: 4:36 PM
A Democratic Senate hopeful spread his message in Charlottesville Friday.
Updated: 4:32 PM
Greene County has selected their new assistant school superintendent.
Updated: 4:14 PM
Saturday kicks off historic garden week in Virginia and many local homeowners are opening their doors.
Updated: 1:19 PM
Orange County residents lined up in opposition of a development they say would ruin their rural way of life.
Updated: 11:25 AM
Defense attorneys are calling the sentence too harsh as a jury decides the fate of the man accused of shooting an Albemarle County police dog.
Updated: 4:04 PM
A group of UVa students spent part of the day in the dumpster looking for recyclables.
Updated: 10:23 AM
Congressman Virgil Goode applauded the efforts of several local companies for supporting their military employees.
Updated: 10:17 AM
A gas line break shut down part of Park Street for about a half an hour today.
Updated: 10:45 AM
After being cited with 50 state violations, the Whisper Ridge Behavioral Health facility is fighting to stay open. They presented their action plan today during an informal hearing in Richmond.
Updated: 10:13 AM
All workers at the school know several good things happen inside the classroom every day, but understand it takes just one time, for attention to zoom in on their school.
Updated: 10:52 AM
The American Academy of Dermatology is issuing a warning about a skin cancer epidemic that's sweeping the United States.
Updated: 10:56 AM
Some students at Western Albemarle high school stayed out of school Thursday. They are not playing hooky but are afraid something bad might happen at their school today.
Updated: 7:25 PM
For aspiring artists, political activists, or people who just want to get something off their chest, there's a new monument opening today just for you.
Updated: 3:15 PM
Wednesday night the Fluvanna County Board of Supervisors voted 4-2 in favor of a $60 million "domino" plan that would create a new high school and move other grades to other buildings.
Updated: 2:25 PM
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