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The U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention says Virginia gets the top grade among the 50 states for health preparedness.
Charlottesville Police say the teenage victim in a double homicide was acquainted with the suspect.
City Police say a former youth pastor is accused of taking indecent liberties with a minor.
There was an expected decline in the local jobless rate in October.
The group is asking three things of City Council to ensure a better relationship between Charlottesville Police and minorities.
Schools officials have also created a group to change University of Virginia's culture.
The groups also want an apology.
UVA's Miller Center is getting a new director.
UVA is now repairing the roof of Old Cabell Hall and hopes to complete the job by the spring.
Gas prices continue to plummet across Virginia.
Police say a mother and daughter found in a burning Rugby Avenue home were homicide victims.
A Christmas float in Lovingston has highlighted the search for many missing people.
Rolling Stone has revised a Friday afternoon statement dealing with its recent article on sexual assaults at UVA.
The tuition and required fees UVA charges its out-of-state students exceed what you'd find at any other public college.
School officials believe one victim of a Friday night fire was a junior at Charlottesville High School.
Two people died after a fire at 1627 Rugby Avenue in Charlottesville.
President Teresa Sullivan says UVA is committed to student safety and well being.
Mark Herring says nothing will district him from the urgency of preventing sexual assault.
“Our initial doubts as to the accuracy of the article have only been strengthened”
In a note to its readers, the magazine cites ‘discrepancies’ in the story of a brutal gang rape.