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The Albemarle Commonwealth's Attorney has highlighted additional details of the Mark Weiner case.
Governor McAuliffe wants state agencies to do more business with firms headed by minorities and women.
UVA's Weldon Cooper Center has researched who would benefit if the minimum wage reaches $10.10 per hour.
There was a big traffic problem Wednesday afternoon on Barracks Road west of the bypass due to a vehicle fire and reported explosions.
An Albemarle judge has delayed the sentencing for Mark Lawrence Weiner.
Our region's Sierra Club wants city officials to stop using pesticides in parks and other places.
The Rivanna Water and Sewer Authority wants a N.C. company to find an alternative local sewer line route.
City Police are trying to catch whoever swiped a giant clock from a store.
Yet another honorable designation for our area, this time in a study by Harvard University.
Former Attorney General Ken Cuccinelli wants to elect more conservatives to the U.S. Senate.
The travel group AAA says don't use social media to detail every movement of your vacation.
City councilors have made their choice regarding a Belmont Bridge replacement.
Nearly two dozen Virginia firefighters have headed to the West Coast.
Police have charged a man with impersonating a U.S. marshal.
Two swimmers in an old quarry face charges of public intoxication and underage alcohol possession.
A new mental health reform panel has begun its work.
Many of Virginia's federal lawmakers, including Robert Hurt, want to preserve state training centers.
City Police are asking for your help in finding two men suspected of stealing and using a credit card.
The city schools have a new fee schedule for the CLASS program, which provides child care.
The city is warning drivers to expect more lane closures and delays linked to McIntire Road Extended.