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The Democratic and Republican nominees for the U.S. Senate have picked up newspaper endorsements.
Henrico Police want to catch a robbery suspect who was wielding a machete.
The State Council for Higher Education predicts a larger percentage of Virginia's college students will apply for financial aid.
The National Park Service wants to know if it's feasible to create a Lewis and Clark trail in our region.
A medical examiner confirms the remains found off Old Lynchburg Road October 18th match Hannah Graham.
School offers condolences to Hannah Graham's family.
Albemarle Commonwealth's Attorney Denise Lunsford has reacted to a report from a state medical examiner.
A costly fire has damaged a company near 29 North in Albemarle County.
The Albemarle School Board expects another tough budget cycle.
Philip Shucet has told the Route 29 advisory panel it might keep meeting until spring
A warrant has been issued against Jesse Matthew in connection with a sexual assault nine years ago in Fairfax.
A onetime Albemarle County police captain is heading to prison.
The city fire department is giving credit to a working smoke detector for keeping a fire on Hardy Drive from getting worse.
The FBI commits to DNA testing that involves the Alexis Murphy case, but there's no timetable.
Virginia Tech has held a vigil for missing UVA student Hannah Graham.
Merchants on the University Corner are the latest to get involved in the fight against sexual violence.
Virginia Blood Services has issued a call for platelet donations.
Kroger will be filling more than 50 positions.
Some drivers who use the 250 Bypass can anticipate more detours.
Some activist groups are voicing concerns over a new photo ID law.