Updated: 11:19 AM A familiar face to people of Charlottesville threw his name in the hat for city council Monday morning.
Updated: 11:13 AM Within the last 10 years consumers have spent an estimated $27 billion on herbal products and with that number rising, there are a few things doctors what you to know.
Updated: 10:36 AM Skiing and snowboarding is difficult for beginners, but image if you only had one leg or arm.
Updated: 10:18 AM A partnership between the Second Street Gallery and Urban Vision organization allowed kids ages six to twelve to have a little fun in the sun with its inside new art initiative.
Updated: 9:16 AM Three weeks into the Medicare Part D drug benefit and federal officials are still scrambling to fix the problems.
Updated: 9:23 AM For five years, the Charlottesville Police have made a home in the Frank Ix building, but that run is coming to an end.
Updated: 9:11 AM Thousands of dollars worth of stolen guns have been recovered in Orange County and authorities have charged four suspects.
Updated: 4:12 PM Two drivers were taken to the University of Virginia Medical Center with injuries ranging from moderate to serious injuries from early morning accident.
Updated: 4:24 PM A new study suggests genetics might play more of a role in your health than previously thought, especially if you smoke.
Updated: 5:03 PM Two incidents broke out last night around and after last call at the bars and one of these incidents involved the assault on a police officer.
Updated: 4:49 PM After several months of consideration, the Board of Directors of Lake Monticello voted against a deer killing plan.
Updated: 4:38 PM City Council Candidate Dave Norris today laid out his plan to make housing more affordable to Charlottesville residents.
Updated: 10:52 AM For the third time in two weeks a Culpeper pastor charged with molestation has sat in jail. This time he was jailed because a second alleged victim has come forward.
Updated: 5:26 PM Police officers often make split-second decisions and today we're learning a decision made by one Albemarle County officer may have saved a teenage suspect’s life.
Updated: 5:15 PM A bridge on Route 646 crossing Swift Run in Greene County has been closed due to undermining of one of the bridge's abutments and wing walls.
Updated: 9:24 PM Two Loudoun County correctional vans have been involved in an accident with a logging truck south of the I-64 interchange on Rt.-29 in Albemarle County.
Updated: 1:07 PM Gusty winds in our area could be to blame for a large tree that fell in Charlottesville. A tree fell onto a house in the 100-block of Harmon street in Charlottesville last night.
Updated: 1:21 PM Albemarle County Police are looking for a person or persons who burglarized three homes in a rural section of the County.
Updated: 1:32 PM A local woman was honored Wednesday for her community efforts.
Updated: 1:14 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: 12:50 PM An 11-year-old girl was in court. She faced the Fluvanna County man she says raped her this past December.
Updated: 1:39 PM A Culpeper pastor is out on $5,000 bond after he was charged with molesting a child more than 10 years ago.
Updated: 1:45 PM The federal agriculture secretary has granted drought disaster status to 38 Virginia localities.
Updated: 5:11 PM The Virginia constitution could be one step closer to banning gay marriage. That's why a local group is headed to Richmond.
Updated: 12:12 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.
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