- People want to get to their destinations quickly, which is often hard to do when you're traveling on Route 29. A new plan that might change that for those who are traveling towards Ruckersville.
- Women taking daily amounts of non-aspirin painkillers may want to see a doctor. A new study out of Harvard Medical School shows that women who take at least one extra strength Tylenol per day are twice as likely to develop high blood pressure.
- Gas in Charlottesville is the highest it has ever been. AAA reports that a gallon averaged at $2.41 cents. We've all heard rumors about how to save gas, but which one of these myths are actually true?
- Regular-grade gas is now up to $2.49 per gallon in Charlottesville. However, experts said you can still save as prices soar. Timing is everything when it comes to saving at the pump.
- The race for governor is heating up; in fact, a recent poll shows that the democratic candidate and republican candidate are in a dead heat. Lt. Governor Tim Kaine stopped by the Newsplex to answer questions.