After months of anticipation, rolling stones fans finally got their satisfaction. But the concert wasn't without a hitch. A bomb threat brought the concert to a halt.
Updated: 10:25 AM
Bomb Threat Forces Rolling Stones Concert to take an Unexpected Intermission
Updated: 9:02 PM
Early Friday morning Charlottesville police responded to a shooting that has sent one man to the hospital.
Updated: 6:53 PM
Many bound for the Rolling Stones concert were disappointed to find the only light show they saw were from the brake lights.
Updated: 10:25 AM
The first study of an experimental vaccine to prevent cervical cancer is showing significant promise.
Updated: 8:34 AM
It is the biggest condominium conversion boom in two decades, some said. Condo developers are swarming to transform rental properties into condos. But what about the displaced renters?
Updated: 6:42 PM
There's been a break in the case of a missing Virginia Commonwealth University freshman. Police have now positively identified the body recovered outside of Richmond as that of Taylor Behl. She disappeared one month ago.
Updated: 6:31 PM
Voters got to know where Republican Tom McCrystal and Democrat David Toscano stand on important issues.
Updated: 10:37 AM
Anyone looking to buy a used car might want to do some extra research. Thanks to Hurricane Katrina, thousands of water-damaged vehicles will be flooding the used car market.
Updated: 8:40 AM
Charlottesville police have released surveillance video that they hope will help them catch a thief.
Updated: 12:42 PM
Residents traveling in the East part of Charlottesville may have an easier way to get to work--that includes less traffic.
Updated: 12:15 PM
Beware of your heating bills this winter. Heating oil prices in Charlottesville are up 35% and natural gas prices have doubled since last year.
Updated: 5:24 PM
The Food and Drug Administration is warning consumers not to eat a certain prepackaged salad for fear of a deadly infection. This popular side dish caused an outbreak of E. Coli.
Updated: 10:09 PM
Brandon Shifflett was sentenced to nine months in jail after pleading guilty to two misdemeanor counts of hit and run and street racing.
Updated: 2:35 PM
Dr. Barry J. Marshall, Professor of Research in the School of Medicine at UVa has been awarded the Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine.
Updated: 3:04 PM
Although your body may be able to fight off the flu, nearly 30,000 people die each year from influenza complications.
Updated: 4:57 PM
Most people don't know that fires can be caused by already burned charcoal.
Updated: 12:43 PM
City Council approved several measures tonight, including the future cable provider for City residents.
Updated: 1:09 PM
They're sticky and for many a hassle, but pretty soon they may be obsolete. Charlottesville city councilors are considering whether to make those little blue registration stickers a thing of the past.
Updated: 11:14 AM
High gas prices are forcing many Virginians to change their driving habits. Almost 12 percent say they're driving a more fuel-efficient vehicle, like a bike.
Updated: 12:16 PM
Nearly a dozen families are left without a home after an apartment building in Albemarle County went up in flames.
Updated: 2:16 PM
He's served the Charlottesville Police department for more than a quarter of a century and now Lt. Pleasants is being recognized for his dedication to the force and the community.
Updated: 5:02 PM
An early morning robbery at a Sheetz Gas Station in Madison County ended today when the robber was killed in a car accident.
Updated: 9:08 PM
UVa associate professor, Dr. Edward Lengel speaks about why George Washington's military life is not usually discussed.
Updated: 12:41 PM
The Madison County Sheriff's Office is investigating a reported robbery at the Sheetz Gas Station early Friday morning.
Updated: 9:49 AM
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