A shocking conclusion to the Charlottesville federal racketeering trial.
Updated: 1:45 PM
For charities the holiday season is usually the best time to collect donations, but not this year. The reason for the shortage is one of the destructive hurricanes in history.
Updated: 2:03 PM
Proceedings are underway in the case of a construction company that's suing Albemarle County.
Updated: 12:09 PM
A large 20 - 30 foot deep sink hole on Route 29 reduced traffic to one lane.
Updated: 9:01 AM
You might want to start getting those extra quarters ready because pretty soon it may cost you more to do your laundry. The spike in natural gas prices is forcing some laundromats to raise prices.
Updated: 11:58 AM
Flight delays and cancellations caused some headaches for travelers at Charlottesville-Albemarle Airport, after a major malfunction in FAA equipment.
Updated: 11:51 AM
Closing arguments are underway in a federal racketeering trial in Charlottesville.
Updated: 12:24 PM
The Thomas Jefferson Planning District Commission hosted its annual legislative luncheon Tuesday afternoon.
Updated: 12:44 PM
Between last Tuesday and Monday morning, there was a total of 5 breaking and enterings and thefts in Fluvanna County. Thieves stole everything from pocket change to a refrigerator.
Updated: 12:15 PM
The rain came down all day Tuesday and this caused some flooding problems, particularly for residents of Nelson County.
Updated: 11:36 AM
The Board of Elections certified Bob McDonnell as the winner of Virginia's Attorney's General race but the future is still in doubt.
Updated: 5:14 PM
The prosecution rested and the defense began laying out its case in a federal racketeering trial in Charlottesville.
Updated: 2:36 PM
On the first Monday of the holiday buying season online shopping is booming, mostly because of the many discounts stores are offering. Between free shipping, free samples and free holiday gift wrapping, it's hard to say no.
Updated: 1:29 PM
Walnut Creek Park in Albemarle County is making headlines. The park was ranked fifth among the southeast's top urban parks by readers of Blue Ridge Outdoors magazine.
Updated: 12:34 PM
The James River is one step closer to having cleaner, fresher water.
Updated: 11:02 AM
State elections were certified Monday, with officials announcing Democrat Bob McDonnell as the winner of the attorney general race. But Republican Creigh Deeds said it's not over yet.
Updated: 5:14 PM
The American Heart Association has issued new CPR changes that could buy extra minutes for heart attack victims.
Updated: 12:40 PM
This year's hurricane season is now drawing to a close, but not before leaving a trail of shattered records and destruction in its wake.
Updated: 10:57 AM
Traffic is back to normal after a tractor-trailer accident near the Keswick exit along Interstate 64 westbound shut down both lanes of traffic.
Updated: 9:39 AM
Roadways were very active today and into the night, as the Sunday after Thanksgiving is usually one of the busiest travel days of the year.
Updated: 5:06 PM
Today marked the official beginning of the holiday shopping season and forecasters believe it will be a profitable one.
Updated: 11:12 AM
If you haven't been able to get your flu shot yet, you will soon be able to starting Monday.
Updated: 9:44 AM
An explosion in Albemarle County left one man spending Thanksgiving without a hand and in the hospital.
Updated: 4:39 PM
According to Mastercard's transaction records, Black Friday is only the sixth busiest shopping day. December 23 is actually the busiest day. Data shows the best time to shop is on the Sunday after Thanksgiving at 7 p.m., or from 8 a.m. until 9 a.m.
Updated: 12:20 PM
A fire destroyed parts of a home in Nelson County Friday afternoon.
Updated: 10:38 AM
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