Updated: 5:21 PM CORRECTION: A quote from Carol Wood was mis-transcribed in a previous version of this story. This version corrects that quote to read as stated by Ms. Wood. We apologize for any confusion this may have caused.
Updated: 1:11 PM The teens accused of plotting to blow up two Albemarle County schools will be in juvenile court tomorrow for a hearing. Since their arrests, the kids have been held at the Blue Ridge Detention Center on Avon Street. Here is a rare inside look inside the facility.
Updated: 12:51 PM Millions of children could be adding a new vaccine to the already long list of shots they get as infants. The U.S. Centers for Disease Control is expected to decide whether infants should be vaccinated against Rotavirus.
Posted: 11:24 AM Tattoo artists have to go through an apprenticeship program and 1500 hours of training before they can work in a tattoo parlor, but body piercers in Virginia don't have to go through any training. In the coming weeks, though, that could change.
Updated: 10:31 AM Fire fighters risk their lives each day saving and protecting our communities and that hard work is maintained with drills to prepare them for any situation. That's why the Lake Monticello Volunteer Fire and Rescue took the day to brush up on their skills.
Updated: 5:00 PM Officials with the Charlottesville Pavilion are looking at ways to lower some of the noise levels coming from the stage. This comes after they received over a dozen complaints from nearby residents last year.
Updated: 5:23 PM Through technology, we no longer have to hand over a credit card for a cashier to swipe. But do the new credit card machines make it more convenient for the customer or easier for thieves to get away with your cash?
Updated: 2:00 PM It's the American dream to own your own home and nowadays more single women are making that dream come true. For the first time in history single women are surpassing single men when it comes to buying their first homes.