A local woman was honored Wednesday for her community efforts.
Updated: 1:32 PM
A popular over the counter asthma inhaler may soon be a thing of the past, that is because the FDA is considering pulling Primatene mist and comparable products off the shelves.
Updated: 1:14 PM
An 11-year-old girl was in court. She faced the Fluvanna County man she says raped her this past December.
Updated: 12:50 PM
A Culpeper pastor is out on $5,000 bond after he was charged with molesting a child more than 10 years ago.
Updated: 1:39 PM
The federal agriculture secretary has granted drought disaster status to 38 Virginia localities.
Updated: 1:45 PM
The Virginia constitution could be one step closer to banning gay marriage. That's why a local group is headed to Richmond.
Updated: 5:11 PM
Tuesday was a big day for local tennis players. This after the Boar's Head Inn put the final touches on its sports club expansion project.
Updated: 12:12 PM
To kick off black history month, UVa Students and community members came out to support Martin Luther King, Jr.
Updated: 10:36 AM
With over forty percent of Charlottesville residents living under means that are less than self sufficient, the poverty issue is being moved to the forefront.
Updated: 11:50 AM
Diseases like Diabetes, Cancer and Mental Illness can strike anyone, but even Mother Nature can discriminate.
Updated: 4:08 PM
Is Pluto actually a planet? There is some recent controversy surrounding our solar system's 9th planet.
Updated: 11:19 AM
Even after the torch was extinguished in Wintergreen, some special Olympians went home with medals and memories they won't soon forget.
Updated: 1:32 PM
A recent study involving sexual harassment and college students is out and the results may surprise you.
Updated: 12:48 PM
Fire is traditionally the biggest threat to homes, destroying more homes every year than all other natural disasters combined. But one non-toxic chemical could prevent the fire from even starting.
Updated: 10:45 AM
One man is sent to the University of Virginia Medical Center after a morning car accident.
Updated: 12:02 PM
Getting around Charlottesville without a car is, for some, the appeal of city living and some neighbors are fighting literally to walk down the street.
Updated: 3:20 PM
A teenager is recovering at UVA Medical Center after being struck by a car.
Updated: 2:54 PM
Should peeping toms face tougher penalties? That's a question lawmakers in Richmond are grappling with.
Updated: 4:05 PM
A prescription diet drug is a step closer to being stocked next to the cold medicine in drug stores and supermarkets. Federal health advisers voted to recommend the FDA approve a new fat busting drug.
Updated: 10:09 AM
The Rivanna Water and Sewer Authority is working to make things easier of their customers.
Updated: 4:20 PM
Businesses on the Downtown Mall will soon have to pay a bit more for their customers to park for free.
Updated: 1:32 PM
Police are continuing their investigation into two armed robberies within one week. Police believe the two are so similar that they are probably linked.
Updated: 11:03 AM
Cities do better than rural areas when it comes to recycling.
Updated: 5:03 PM
This is the fifth straight year the S.T.A.R. Kids program has been awarded grant funds from the Virginia Tobacco Settlement Fund.
Updated: 1:04 PM
An armed robbery Saturday night along Route 250 may have been committed by the same group of teenagers that robbed a store on Four Seasons Drive a week earlier, according to police.
Updated: 2:13 PM
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