With just a few hours leading up to Thanksgiving, travelers are hitting the highways and flyways.
Updated: 1:15 PM
For most people, Thanksgiving means mashed potatoes and desserts galore, but for diabetics, it's a different story. There's still a way that people suffering from this disease can indulge on Turkey Day, without the guilt.
Updated: 8:30 AM
Federal prosecutors are expected to wrap up their testimony in a Charlottesville racketeering trial tomorrow.
Updated: 12:21 PM
Students at Clark Elementary School got to celebrate their success today. They along with faculty and parents patted themselves on the back for making adequate yearly progress.
Updated: 12:17 PM
Last week, we brought you a story on how employees at The Salvation Army are knitting items to keep the homeless warm. Since that story aired, The Salvation Army has had a great response.
Updated: 12:25 PM
The U.S. Public Interest Research Group released a survey warning parents about toy hazards. The usual balloons and yo-yo's made it on the list of this years most dangerous toys. Other things on the list include noise.
Updated: 12:12 PM
Some more affordable houses are popping up in Charlottesville, all thanks to the Piedmont Housing Alliance.
Updated: 10:48 AM
Now that Charlottesville voters have decided they want to elect future School Board candidates, City Council must decide how that process will happen.
Updated: 11:27 AM
Scientists and engineers may soon be working on their research quicker and more productively.
Updated: 11:30 AM
A string of burglaries hit Albemarle County -- police are left searching for answers.
Updated: 10:54 AM
Friends of Michelle Collier are remembering her online. The fourth-year UVa student was found dead early Friday.
Updated: 10:27 AM
If you've come down with a case of the sniffles lately, you may not be alone. Read more on how to keep your health up when the temperatures go down.
Updated: 10:15 AM
It's one of the most popular tourist attractions in Virginia. Monticello is the home of President Thomas Jefferson, but the home is connected to more than the Jefferson family.
Updated: 8:48 AM
President James Monroe's home is celebrating it's 30th anniversary of being open to the public.
Updated: 5:13 PM
A UVA law student was arrested and charged with burglary.
Updated: 5:08 PM
Even though the Hoos took a beating at their last home game of the season, the loss did little to hurt Cavalier pride.
Updated: 5:01 PM
Charlottesville Police is investigating the death of a University of Virginia student.
Updated: 3:13 PM
Two Albemarle County Public School buses collided this afternoon, leaving ten students injured.
Updated: 4:10 PM
There have been two aggravated robberies within less than two miles in just two days. Both robberies are strikingly similar, and now authorities are searching for just one man.
Updated: 4:42 PM
With two women possibly attacked by the same armed robber, you may be wondering how you can protect yourself if you were ever in a similar situation, especially if you have never taken a self defense class.
Updated: 4:57 PM
At 365 Burchs Creek Road you'd see an energy efficient house in the making. When it's complete it will be the 1st environmentally friendly home in the state of Virginia.
Updated: 4:49 PM
University of Virginia students camp out in front of Scott Stadium in freezing weather for premier seat at Saturday's game.
Updated: 1:32 PM
Charlottesville Police continue to investigate an abduction and robbery of a woman from the Barrack's Road Shopping Center.
Updated: 3:21 PM
Charlottesville Police are trying to figure out why thefts from vehicles is up nearly 75 percent from last year.
Updated: 8:55 PM
For many parents adopting is their only option, but you can take part in a young person's life before gaining legal custody.
Updated: 1:42 PM
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