The Center for Disease Control released a report that looked at children mental health disorders in the US.
Updated: 12:16 PM
IRS official in center of targeting probe says she did nothing wrong, won't answer questions
Posted: 11:12 AM
AAA projects just over a million Virginians will travel more than 50-miles from home this weekend.
Updated: 12:17 PM
George Huguely is being sued by AIG for his refusal to answer questions from insurance investigators about the death of his ex-girlfriend, Yeardley Love.
Updated: 12:17 PM
Work on a Railroad Crossing tied up traffic in the city on May 21. Crews are replacing the tracks at Meade Ave and Carlton Road.
Posted: 10:55 PM
The University of Virginia's Human Resources Dept. received the 2013 HR Innovation Award from the College and University Professional Association for Human Resources. UVa won because of the "Super Temps" program which trains temporary employees so they may hopefully be full time in the future.
Updated: 11:41 PM
A 10-year-old girl died Tuesday morning at a Crozet home after being shot by a young boy, Albemarle County Police said.
Updated: 1:10 AM
The Red Cross and Salvation Army say money is the best way to help the tornado victims in Oklahoma, not items.
Updated: 5:36 PM
Tea party members gathered outside the IRS building in downtown Charlottesville as part of the national Rein in the IRS Project.
Updated: 5:26 PM
The newly-selected Republican nominees for governor, lieutenant governor, and attorney general are touring the state, and they came to speak to supporters in Albemarle County on Tuesday.
Updated: 5:23 PM
The National Weather Service says the tornado that hit Moore, Okla., was a top-of-the-scale EF-5 twister with winds of at least 200 mph.
Posted: 4:41 PM
Culpeper Police are seeking the public’s help identifying a woman who presented an alleged counterfeit check at a local check-cashing service.
Updated: 6:27 PM
The Kid Card program provides parents with an ID card of their child that they can give to emergency workers if the child is ever lost.
Updated: 6:08 PM
Charlottesville's Southern Living Showcase Home is having a silent auction to benefit Alex's Lemonade Stand and Operation Finally Home.
Posted: 3:31 PM
The goal of this initiative is to provide Virginians high quality health care and supports coordinating the Medicare and Medicaid benefits into a single person-centered program.
Updated: 6:07 PM
James City County police say a man who was dragged 4 miles by a car has died from his injuries.
Updated: 6:08 PM
Sharon Love, Co-founder of the One Love Foundation, has been selected to receive the 2013 Women of Distinction Award from the Young Women's Christian Association.
Posted: 12:37 PM
The city of Charlottesville honors one of their hardest workers with a retirement party.
Posted: 12:28 PM
A New York man will spend 3-years in prison for distribution of 15-pounds of marijuana in Louisa County.
Updated: 3:34 PM
A car going east crossed the median and hit a car going west. The driver of one car then ran away and is still on the loose.
Updated: 12:20 PM
UVa Board of Visitors elect William H. Goodwin Jr. to be vice rector.
Updated: 10:58 AM
Liz Palmer and Brad Sheffield were voted in as nominees at the Democratic caucus.
Updated: 10:36 AM
Entire neighborhoods are flattened in Moore, Okla., where a powerful tornado struck Monday. At least 51 people, including 20 children, were killed in the Oklahoma City area, and officials expect the death toll to rise.
Updated: 10:13 AM
The Charlottesville Police Department has been granted a budget supplement, after spending $127,000 on a "critical investigation that required extraordinary measures."
Posted: 4:09 AM
In a 3-to-1 vote, Charlottesville City Council approves a Human Rights Commission.
Updated: 3:31 AM
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