- More than three million people die from AIDS every year. Jerry Mitchell was supposed to be one of those people. In 1981 he was diagnosed with the disease and given only months to live. Twenty-five years later doctors are calling him the "Miracle Man"
- It's a story we first brought you last August: there were some Greene County high school students and their parents unhappy with the school's principal. Now the principal is gone and some parents say they're relieved.
- An Autism rally in Washington, DC attracted some local parents to take a stand. Parents said they want more research done to find out if mercury, which was found in children's vaccines, caused their sons and daughters to become Autistic.
- Talking to students, the governor explained how he hopes the general assembly will come to an agreement on the state budget, and how his transportation plan affects the Charlottesville area.