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
Police are investigating a shooting in the 900 block of South First St. that occurred at around 3:00 this morning.
Updated: 8:08 PM
Local soccer fans packed one local restaurant on Saturday to catch team USA face off against Italy.
Updated: 6:57 PM
The Rivanna Conservation Society encouraged residents to get out and get involved.
Updated: 11:21 AM
Piedmont Virginia Community College celebrated end of slavery.
Updated: 11:20 AM
House and Senate negotiators have agreed on a budget draft. It's not happening a minute too soon. In less than two weeks the state could have faced a fiscal crisis.
Updated: 12:01 AM
Even the least internet or computer savvy person out there, has probably at least heard about "blogging." It's one of the newest and most popular ways to share info online.
Updated: 11:19 PM
Sunscreens with helioplex are showing up on store shelves across the country, but remember there's no perfect sunblock.
Updated: 5:40 PM
A new study by a UVa professor shows the best way to protect your kids against abuse and crime is to make sure there is a biological or adoptive father in the house.
Updated: 11:58 PM
A Charlottesville judge decides the punishment for an Arizona woman accused of killing her baby boy.
Updated: 8:58 PM
A new report is revealing some inside information on how local companies compensate their employees.
Updated: 8:59 PM
Across the country Whole Foods is banning the sale of live lobsters.
Updated: 8:58 PM
A historic fixture on the Downtown Mall is shutting it's doors and changing owners, but it's not gone forever.
Updated: 10:43 AM
Roy Fitzgerald and Charles Saunders, former veteran Charlottesville Police officers, agreed to plead guilty to lying to federal agents about their involvement in a corruption case.
Updated: 10:57 AM
Investigators continue to search for answers as to what caused a deadly plane crash in Albemarle County Thursday.
Updated: 11:48 AM
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