City officials are working hard to balance the need for new developments with the need to preserve history.
Updated: 4:02 PM
The Whisper Ridge Behavioral Health Facility will remain open, but only if certain procedures are in place. Earlier this year, the state cited them with multiple violations and threatened to revoke their license.
Updated: 4:38 PM
All colleges and universities in Virginia will soon have to hand over personal information about incoming students to police, including students' Social Security numbers. The goal is to keep better tabs on sex offenders, but this raises some concerns.
Updated: 3:28 PM
Gov. Tim Kaine today is urging residents to enroll in a free service to send Amber Alerts to their cell phones and other wireless communication devices.
Updated: 4:36 PM
A man remains in jail after a judge denied his bond on attempted murder charges in the town of Orange.
Updated: 4:06 PM
Rescue workers risk their lives everyday to keep us safe, but sometimes the daily tasks are the most dangerous.
Updated: 2:48 PM
Senior Citizens are starting to feel the wear and tear on their bodies from years of physical exercise.
Updated: 3:07 PM
A former University of Virginia student who stabbed an Albemarle County firefighter to death in 2003 will walk out of prison a free man tomorrow.
Updated: 4:19 PM
With our area now under a drought watch, officials are asking residents to conserve water. But how much water do households even use and what are some ways to save?
Updated: 8:50 PM
Many kids look forward to hanging out at summer camp each year. The kids at Camp Holiday trails are no exception, but they're stories are a little different. All of them are burn survivors.
Updated: 4:20 PM
The fourth of July is only two weeks away, but before you go out and purchase those sparklers and pharaohs, make sure you know what is legal where you live.
Updated: 4:45 PM
After over six months of wrangling, the House of Delegates voted 91 to 2 to approve a state budget.
Updated: 3:22 PM
A man is behind bars after he allegedly stalked a University of Virginia student on the Internet.
Updated: 3:19 PM
The City Council voted 4-1 to approve a tax relief plan for low and moderate-income households.
Updated: 4:24 PM
Family and friends all agree that the double shooting that happened early Sunday morning is a terrible tragedy for everyone involved.
Updated: 9:12 PM
Parents may soon be adding one more vaccine to their child's list of vaccinations. Doctors hope two chicken pox shots will reduce the risk of getting it.
Updated: 5:09 PM
This week is Lightning Safety Awareness Week all across the nation. The purpose of this week is to bring awareness about the dangers of lightning.
Updated: 5:01 PM
If you use in the Market Street parking garage, you're going to have to have to find a new spot temporarily.
Updated: 9:12 PM
The Rivanna Water and Sewer Authority is urging residents to voluntarily conserve water.
Updated: 9:14 PM
One person is dead, and another is injured after being shot in Charlottesville.
Updated: 5:13 PM
After more than six months, the Virginia Senate passed a budget agreement.
Updated: 10:26 AM
Former police officers may be spending time behind bars. Serious charges of bribery and corruption surround the Charlottesville Police Department as two former officers plead guilty to lying to investigators.
Updated: 10:23 AM
The Jefferson-Madison Regional Library will be providing more services thanks to a recent donation.
Updated: 9:13 PM
Over 100 weddings take place at the UVa Chapel each year as students aim to maintain college tradition.
Updated: 10:02 AM
On Sunday some local kids explained what makes their dad and Father's Day so special.
Updated: 8:04 PM
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