The fighting will be similar, but the location is much more dangerous as a local firefighter heads to Iraq.
Updated: 12:21 PM
A Charlottesville icon has died. James W. Sieg, founder of J.W. Sieg & Company passed away this weekend at the age of 94.
Updated: 12:55 PM
One UVA student shares her story of being in London at the time of the recent terrorist attacks.
Updated: 1:46 PM
The U.S. Supreme Court has issued a stay in the execution of Robin Lovitt. It was Virginia's first scheduled execution of the year.
Updated: 12:26 PM
Small businesses like the Suntan Shoppe set up shop, and when they can't pay the bills anymore they go bankrupt, leaving their customers who had year long tanning contracts stranded.
Updated: 10:25 AM
It seemed like a good idea over 100 years ago. Tax those rich enough to own a telephone and raise money for the Spanish American War. Believe it or not, that tax is still there, right on your telephone bill.
Updated: 1:14 PM
The local chapter of the American Red Cross is preparing, just in case they’re needed to help those affected by Hurricane Dennis.
Updated: 10:43 AM
An eight-year-old from New York City is temporarily calling Central Virginia his home.
Updated: 1:34 PM
Most notably known for "America's #1 Place to Live", Charlottesville has a new ranking for being the most secure city to live.
Updated: 2:31 PM
Amtrak is increasing security in the wake the London bombings.
Updated: 12:03 PM
More and more Americans are turning to herbal medications over prescription drugs.
Updated: 11:21 AM
This stormy weather could affect you more than you think. It could affect you at the gas pump.
Updated: 11:09 AM
In Charlottesville, Amtrak is a main source of transportation for commuters. Passengers had different reactions of traveling after the attacks in London.
Updated: 11:57 AM
FBI officials are searching for an armed robbery suspect.
Updated: 11:31 AM
All 117 UVa students studying in the London area have been accounted for.
Updated: 1:16 PM
The Charlottesville School Board is expected to vote on its leadership for next school year.
Updated: 12:51 PM
A warning for swimmers looking to take a dip over the summer. The pool water you're diving into may not be as safe as you think.
Updated: 12:45 PM
Desperate Londoners hunted for missing relatives on Friday after suspected al Qaeda bombers killed more than 50 people in rush-hour blasts Updated: 2:24 PM
U.S. Raises Alert to Orange for Transit
President Bush Cautions Americans
Thousands of people still did not have power by Wednesday afternoon and the damage was too much for Charlottesville crews to handle on their own.
Updated: 5:09 PM
The show pairing professional dancers with celebrities has become a surprise hit for the ABC network, encouraging viewers to leap into their own dance lessons.
Updated: 10:25 AM
The Charlottesville Fire Department had their hands full Wednesday as a local home caught on fire.
Updated: 5:20 PM
Charlottesville City crews continue to clean up after yesterday's fast moving storm.
Updated: 3:56 PM
Phase I of a plan to bring Charlotteville into a new era, is launched.
Updated: 4:51 PM
As if the surprise of Tuesday's storm wasn't enough, imagine having a huge tree fall on your house. A local couple is dealing with it firsthand.
Updated: 2:50 PM
The National Weather Service assessed damage from Tuesday's storm trying to determine whether people saw what they thought they saw, a tornado.
Updated: 2:30 PM
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