The new year is only a few days away, and a lot of people are gearing up for big celebrations. Local officials are giving advice about how to make sure those celebrations don't leave you in a jail cell.
Updated: 11:11 AM
A new law passed by Federal Government has decreed that people with food allergies should have an easier time reading and understanding the ingredients on food labels.
Updated: 3:30 PM
A new tax law is hurting some charity donations.
Updated: 10:50 AM
Fluvanna county residents want officials to do something about loud and noise ATVs.
Updated: 10:47 AM
A computer virus that's been causing problems since the 90's is expected to hit again in just a few days.
Updated: 11:37 AM
During the holidays-- we all get that sweater from grandma that doesn't fit-- or three of the same cd's, but now there are new ways to get rid them and also bring in some cash.
Updated: 5:12 PM
For years, Lake Monticello residents have been dealing with quite a number of deer.
Updated: 5:06 PM
The new Medicare prescription drug benefit begins in just days, but millions of Americans have yet to enroll. Some seniors are blaming it on the complicated system.
Updated: 4:58 PM
Members of the Westminster Presbyterian Church on Rugby Rd. are trying to figure out a bizarre act of vandalism.
Updated: 1:55 PM
As the housing market grows, so does new development. Charlottesville is only about 11 sq mi, so are we going to run out of room?
Updated: 1:30 PM
Local retail wine outlets see the benefits of the growing interest of alcohol sales surrounding the holiday season.
Updated: 1:36 PM
UVA students are out on holiday break and local businesses are feeling the brunt of it.
Updated: 1:21 PM
The new year is right around the corner, and that means so is tax season. Here are some ways you can start preparing now to perhaps make tax time as painless as possible.
Updated: 11:58 AM
Now that Christmas is a distant memory, all eyes turn to New Years and party stores are gearing up for the rush.
Updated: 12:57 PM
Driving on Route 29 North has never been more educational. Soon a new historical marker will allow drivers to learn about a Native American Indian village that was here before Charlottesville even existed.
Updated: 12:11 PM
A propane leak near the UVa observatory temporarily closed parts of McCormick Road today.
Updated: 12:35 PM
Fire officials have confirmed the identity of a man found dead in his burning home last Friday.
Updated: 12:13 PM
A new date has been set for the retrial of the men accused of being involved in a Charlottesville drug ring.
Updated: 11:45 AM
Shoppers scrambled for the mall today ready to cash in on those after Christmas sales and put their shiny gift cards to use.
Updated: 12:35 PM
Fire investigators are still trying to find the cause of a brush fire at the Eagle's Landing Apartment Complex.
Updated: 1:03 PM
Investigators in Northern Virginia are trying to figure out what sent a man on a shooting spree on Christmas, one that ended with the deaths of several people, including himself and his own mother.
Updated: 1:00 PM
Retailers are counting shoppers with hopes of finishing the holiday season with high sales.
Updated: 12:18 PM
A local fire is raising eyebrows among some members of the community.
Updated: 10:51 AM
Fire officials are investigating the cause of an intense fire that claimed the life of an Albemarle County man.
Updated: 10:25 AM
An early morning fire that started in the kitchen of an Albemarle County home, claims one person's life.
Updated: 4:58 PM
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