We now know where our drinking water will be coming from in the coming years.
Updated: 1:34 PM
Thomas Jefferson would have been 263 Thursday.
Updated: 1:42 PM
The trial of the man accused of shooting an Albemarle County police dog was put on hold Thursday.
Updated: 11:45 AM
The battle over living wage for workers at the University of Virginia continues. UVA President, John Casteen, addressed the students who have been sitting outside his office for the second day in a row.
Updated: 12:39 PM
The group is called 'Generation Investing in the Future Today.' It meets twice a month at Walker Upper Elementary School.
Updated: 1:11 PM
The Piedmont Virginia Community College's theater department celebrates their 25th anniversary with the comedy/thriller, Accomplice.
Updated: 10:25 AM
American Idol contestant, Chris Daughtry, hit the stage again Tuesday.
According to Daughtry's mother, seeing the former Fluco perform right before your eyes is quite an experience.
Updated: 10:25 AM
The Charlottesville Pavilion opens Thursday and there may be some changes this season.
Updated: 3:26 PM
Seventeen students are staying the night in Madison Hall on UVA grounds in protest for an increase in pay for some the university’s lowest paid employees.
Updated: 1:29 PM
Local idol parents, Sandra and Pete Daughtry, were featured in a video message that aired on American Idol on Wednesday night.
Updated: 3:10 PM
Communication during a crisis is crucial. Madison County received some much needed help to move their technology forward.
Updated: 3:55 PM
In this weeks Most Wanted, Charlottesville police are searching for a man with eight outstanding warrants.
Updated: 11:28 AM
Another man charged in connection with a Charlottesville racketeering case has pleaded guilty today.
Updated: 11:26 AM
Law enforcement has been tight lipped about the details surrounding four students’ plans to blow up Albemarle County schools but finally we are learning more about what the kids were plotting as one of the teens involved in the plan is sentenced.
Updated: 12:30 PM
Over a dozen students camped out inside Madison Hall, sitting just inches from President John Casteen's door. They said they were going to sit there until the University of Virginia commits to a real living wage.
Updated: 12:56 PM
You don't have to drive to feel the pinch of rising fuel prices. Airlines are also feeling it and now their passengers have to pay more for their tickets.
Updated: 3:48 PM
An Albemarle County teacher has received top honors.
Updated: 11:42 AM
It looks like Charlottesville will not be home to a charter school, at least not this time around. According to school board officials, the proposal was withdrawn from the city.
Updated: 11:37 AM
University of Virginia officials are making it possible for a wider range of students to attend UVa.
Updated: 11:30 AM
Breeden, still recovering from a horse-riding accident years ago, does the best he can starting each day at 6:00a.m.
Updated: 11:34 AM
Jurors heard key testimony today in the trial of a man accused of shooting an Albemarle County police dog.
Updated: 11:25 AM
A man Charlottesville police have in custody for a robbery last night may be the same man Albemarle county police have been looking for.
Updated: 12:15 PM
New cases of bird flu being reported in the United Kingdom have experts worried about a spread to North America, but a Government official says don't be worried right away.
Updated: 12:39 PM
Hundreds celebrated the 57th annual dogwood festival at McIntire Park on Tuesday.
Updated: 12:36 PM
The entrance was used from the 1930's to the 60's as the "colored entrance" used by blacks during years of segregation and Tuesday night it was commemorated.
Updated: 12:13 PM
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