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Lawrence Gaughan, who ran for Congress as a Democrat and who originally was running as a Democrat for supervisor, now says he's running as an independent.
Area residents highlight the battle against domestic violence and sexual misconduct.
UVA Police investigate a woman's report she was sexually assaulted on Brandon Avenue.
Harrisonburg Police are investigating the death of a James Madison University student.
Tonsler Park off Cherry Avenue will get new lighting and replace basketball courts.
Governor McAuliffe and former U.S. Senator Jim Webb assess the Democrats' 2016 campaign for the White House.
A Culpeper woman abandons her campaign for the State Senate.
A freedom of information request reveals three complaints against ABC agents since 2010.
A man is a suspect in the death of a University of Mary Washington student.
The FBI says flawed hair matches done in its labs could have convicted innocent people.
Dominion Power will close coal ash ponds at a Fluvanna facility and three others.
UVA women golfers win their first-ever ACC championship.
After taking two of three from Miami, the UVA baseball team prepares for a busy week.
The General Assembly approves a revised cap on gifts from lobbyists.
Albemarle County schools are struggling with space shortages.
Tim Kaine uses 8th anniversary of the Virginia Tech massacre to promote gun control.
Philip Shucet says VDOT's making significant progress creating a signal system on 29 North.
Virginia State University in Ettrick is boosting its tuition.
Rivanna District Democrats appear to have competition for a nomination for Supervisor.
The Albemarle School Board expects to approve its budget April 23rd.