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
School officials continue to look for ways to attack the achievement gap, and they are asking the community for help.
Updated: 5:40 PM
Guides will be sent to Virginia school districts to encourage high school students to attend college.
Updated: 5:28 PM
Portable Chest Compressor is peaking interest from Charlottesville - Albemarle Rescue Squad.
Updated: 5:36 PM
In June the House of Representatives passed a bill banning the use of tax-payer money to support slaughter houses. Now a new bill, the American Horse Slaughter Prevention Act, if passed, will ban the slaughter of horses all together.
Updated: 5:41 PM
With your help, the Jefferson Area Board of Aging is purchasing air conditioners for those in need.
Updated: 1:26 PM
The second terror attack in London has some wondering how this could have happened again, and how it could possibly effect the U.S. A local UVa law professor tackled some of those questions.
Updated: 5:34 PM
Plainclothes police chased a man in a thick coat through a subway station, wrestled him to the floor and shot him to death in front of stunned commuters Friday.
Updated: 11:17 AM
The system is compared to getting a safe deposit box with two keys. Before the customer and the bank agrees to open the box together, they must confirm each other's identity.
Updated: 2:42 PM
Children at UVa Hospital have something to smile about today and it comes in yellow, red, and purple.
Updated: 3:14 PM
Our rivers may be getting clean as limits are being placed on the amount of nutrients in the water.
Updated: 2:30 PM
As the opening nears for the Charlottesville Pavilion, staffers looked to fill vacant part time positions.
Updated: 3:07 PM
Clark Elementary School Principal going door to door building bridges between parents and school administration.
Updated: 1:59 PM
The list of the top 10 most stolen vehicles has been released, so could your car be among the most enticing?
Updated: 5:04 PM
Walker Upper Elementary is using an innovative summer program to expand learning and enrichment among its high achieving African American students.
Updated: 5:25 PM
The Target Store in the Hollymead Town Center is officially open Sunday, July 24, but officials opened the doors early to make sure everything will be perfect for the grand opening.
Updated: 5:08 PM
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