For those who live in Madison County, traveling to the grocery store is more of a family affair.
Updated: 3:07 PM
The city's newest entertainment venue is scheduled to welcome guests July 27, but, if you've seen the construction it looks far from complete. Is the blistering heat to blame?
Updated: 2:33 PM
Four Boys Scout of America troop leaders were killed after the tent they were pitching struck an electrical line, electrocuting them and two others.
Updated: 4:14 PM
As the high cost of cooling climbs, it could take a toll on your wallet.
Updated: 5:54 PM
Nearly every store in town is onboard with the anti-smoking effort, by enforcing the laws banning tobacco sales to minors, but the laws are being threatened by sales over the internet.
Updated: 6:09 PM
Greeting customers at area stores, were Newsplex reporter Venton Blandin and Mason Thomas' parents, Kelly and Scott who all prepared and delivered pizzas on Sunday, July 24th.
Updated: 6:12 PM
With so many people concerned about staying cool, some seem to forget that our vehicles could also take quite a beating with the heat
Updated: 6:45 PM
Scorching heat can lead to a variety of heat-related illnesses, from nausea to dizziness. The National Weather Service is predicting high heat and humidity over the next few days and advising people to stay cool.
Updated: 1:55 PM
Local residents and businesses really felt the heat Monday.
Updated: 6:35 PM
The Rivanna Water and Sewer Authority is one step closer to proceeding with an additional water supply for our area.
Updated: 6:17 PM
A colonoscopy is a quick, simple, effective way to save your life.
Updated: 5:09 PM
Target cut the red tape this morning, officially opening its Charlottesville store to the delight of some awaiting shoppers.
Updated: 9:38 PM
Officials reported extensive damage to the home.
Updated: 4:53 PM
Over the last two months, there have been 24 cases of gas drive-offs averaging about three per week, with gas stations losing an estimated $500 a month.
Updated: 4:30 PM
As Charlottesville grows, so do the problems. To combat that, Charlottesville Police are relying on an old tactic to take back the streets.
Updated: 12:57 PM
Think daylight savings confused you before, see what congress has planned.
Updated: 2:49 PM
The Charlottesville School Board and City Council met for discussions over lunch.
Updated: 2:23 PM
They could be living on your street or even next door, but now the U.S Justice Department is helping your keep track of where they are.
Updated: 1:36 PM
A slip of the foot sent one car off the road and straight into some bushes in Albemarle County.
Updated: 1:15 PM
Although K-9 searches have taken place in city schools over the past several years, the areas are now expanding.
Updated: 1:26 PM
A lot of people have been working hard out in the heat to ensure a cooler summer for those in need.
Updated: 2:54 PM
So far this year, the West Nile virus has killed one person in California and now, Virginia recently had its first case of West Nile. With the mosquito season starting so late this year experts said it may get worse and there are ways to eliminate mosquitoes breeding near your home.
Updated: 2:44 PM
A quick moving storm tears through the area leaving residents without powers and in one case, without a roof.
Updated: 5:43 PM
Preliminary results are in for the standards of learning assessment and results were mixed.
Updated: 5:44 PM
Virginians have embraced buckling up in record numbers.
Updated: 5:30 PM
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