- 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.
- November 17 marks the American Cancer Society's 29th Annual "Great American Smoke Out." The idea behind it is to get someone you know to give up smoking for a day in hopes they'll be able to go without cigarettes for a lifetime.
- Another woman was almost scammed this week. It's the lasted incident in a string of scams targeting the elderly. Each time the man comes to their door asking for money in exchange for yard work he never did. Charlottesville Police want you to be on alert.
- Construction on the new arena is underway. In a planning meeting Arena officials made an announcement that the connector will be open five months earlier, sometime in the end of January. But, is the John Paul Jones Arena on schedule?
- Studies have shown that mercury found in fish or other animals that eat fish can cause harm to unborn fetus. A quick snip with a pair of scissors gives many mothers and mothers to-be a look at their mercury levels.
- Route 11 has played a major part in the Valley's history, but it's also been there for milestones on a national scale. Here is an historic ride down the road known as "the Valley pike."
- The average American carries thousands of dollars in credit card balances every month and at interest rates of up to 30 percent it's costing a fortune. But before you can lower those rates, you first need to know how much you're paying and why.
- New development in Keswick has some residents up in arms. Albemarle County proposed the Rivanna Village a decade ago and now that the plan is in the works, some residents are upset they're going to live next to parking lots.
- The Charlottesville racketeering trial continued Wednesday, as federal prosecutors tried to establish a pattern of organized crime. At the center of the organization they point to one of four defendants in this case - Louis Antonio Bryant.
- For several months now you have probably heard about Places 29 and how it is development along Route 29 will improve the flow of traffic as well as bring more businesses to the area. You don't have to just hear about it anymore.