Members of the General Assembly delegation have previewed the 2015 session with a UVA audience.
Virginia consumers could get rebates from a settlement with T-Mobile.
The University of Virginia's Rector has blasted last month's Rolling Stone article about UVA.
The local chapter of the National Organization for Women has released a statement on the issue of sexual assault at the University.
Friends of Sage Smith demand a more vigorous search effort.
A war of words continues over a proposed new interchange at Rio Road and 29 North.
Governor McAuliffe has shortened an application form for ex-felons who want their rights restored.
Still no timeline on when the review process will end.
Bids are from Charlottesville-area firms have been submitted to build the so-called Best Buy ramp.
The defense uses a unique --and highly unusual-- state law.
Residents of Woolen Mills and area businesses want to eliminate a stench from wastewater treatment plant.
There's another odd twist in the month old saga of a Rolling Stone article that focused on UVA.
City Councilors have authorized a feasibility study that deals with courtroom space.
City Councilors have agreed to a deal that creates a firearms training facility in the Milton area.
Virginians are weighing in on proposed new gun restrictions.
The final regular City Council meeting of 2014 had more verbal fireworks than usual.
Governor McAuliffe unveils package of gun restrictions that he wants the General Assembly to consider.
New technology would create a paper trail for individual votes.
A woman has told City Councilors she resents attempts to close an ABC store.
The legendary Diana Ross will perform at the Paramount in early 2015.