More Headlines

Rat Poison Shuts Down D.C. Metro

Posted: 07/29/2007 - Rat poison was discovered in multiple D.C. Metro stations Sunday, causing authorities to shut down two stations while hazmat crews cleaned up.

Read More

University Police Nationwide Learn From VT Tragedy

Updated: 07/29/2007 - Virginia Tech police Chief Wendell Flinchum and other university police from around the country visited the University of Miami Saturday for an emergency preparedness drill.

Read More

Iraqi Nation Celebrates Asian Cup Soccer Championship

Updated: 07/29/2007 - The Iraqi soccer team scored an unbelievable upset Sunday, winning the Asian Cup for the first time. However, joy and celebration was interrupted by multiple car bombs that killed 50.

Read More

Kiss Singer Suffers Heart Ailment On Stage

Posted: 07/29/2007 - Kiss lead singer and guitarist Paul Stanley had to bow out of a Southern California concert because of heart problems. His heart was beating at twice the normal rate.

Read More

Smoking In The U.S. Hits An All-Time Low

Updated: 07/29/2007 - A new Gallup poll shows that today the fewest percentage of Americans smoke cigarettes since 1944. The U.S. has seen a drop in smoking over the past eight years.

Read More

Downtown Mall Safety Still In Question

Updated: 07/28/2007 - After two arrests were made in connection to downtown assaults, people are back on the Downtown Mall with a little less worry.

Read More

Cheney Has Successful Heart Surgery

Updated: 07/28/2007 - Vice President Dick Cheney, who has a history of heart problems, had surgery Saturday to replace an implanted device that monitors his heartbeat.

Read More

Child Deaths From Hot Cars On The Rise

Updated: 07/28/2007 - Since the mid-1990s, the number of children who died of heat exhaustion while trapped inside vehicles has risen dramatically to around 340 in the past 10 years.

Read More

Maryland College Pulls SAT Requirement

Updated: 07/28/2007 - Goucher College in Maryland decided to remove its requirement of SAT scores from its admissions application. Goucher president, Sanford Ungar, was influenced by positive results from other schools who made the change as well.

Read More

The $1.9 Million Dime

Updated: 07/28/2007 - John Feigenbaum, of Virginia Beach, traveled across the country to cash in on a dime worth far more than the normal 10 cents.

Read More

Vick Co-Defendant To Plead Guilty

Updated: 07/29/2007 - A co-defendant in the Michael Vick dogfighting case does not want to wait for court. Tony Taylor has scheduled a plea agreement hearing on Monday.

Read More

4 Dead In News Copter Crash

Updated: 07/28/2007 - Federal investigators hope to determine why two news helicopters covering a police chase on live television collided and crashed to the ground, killing all four people on board.

Read More

Jeepology: Deciphering the Codes

Updated: 07/27/2007 - Which do you own? While everyone knows the more common model names, Jeep owners typically refer to their vehicles another way.

Read More

Home Invasion Suspect Caught

Updated: 07/27/2007 - The Albemarle County Police have arrested the suspect in a home invasion that happened Friday morning.

Read More
The Charlottesville Newsplex 999 2nd Street S.E. Charlottesville, VA 22902 434.242.1919 – Main 434.220.7522 - Newsroom
Gray Television, Inc. - Copyright © 2002-2014 - Designed by Gray Digital Media - Powered by Clickability