- Several hundred people are expected to fly out of Charlottesville/Albemarle airport today. Traveling with that many people is hard enough, but add kids to the equation and it will be a long day for many travelers.
- Soon every cop car in Charlottesville will have a camera. Charlottesville and Danville police applied for a grand that will equipped every patrol car with a dashboard video camera.
- Last week, we brought you a story on how employees at The Salvation Army are knitting items to keep the homeless warm. Since that story aired, The Salvation Army has had a great response.
- The U.S. Public Interest Research Group released a survey warning parents about toy hazards. The usual balloons and yo-yo's made it on the list of this years most dangerous toys. Other things on the list include noise.
- With two women possibly attacked by the same armed robber, you may be wondering how you can protect yourself if you were ever in a similar situation, especially if you have never taken a self defense class.
- Another woman was almost scammed this week. It's the lasted incident in a string of scams targeting the elderly. Each time the man comes to their door asking for money in exchange for yard work he never did. Charlottesville Police want you to be on alert.
- Construction on the new arena is underway. In a planning meeting Arena officials made an announcement that the connector will be open five months earlier, sometime in the end of January. But, is the John Paul Jones Arena on schedule?