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A Louisa County judge has sentenced a former youth coach to five years in prison.
Some Charlottesville residents have renewed their fight to get an updated policy on pesticides.
One of the older Charlottesville police cruisers is heading to the Town of Louisa.
Albemarle Assistant Commonwealth's Attorney Jon Zug has been recognized for his work on victims' rights.
With the two-year anniversary of his disappearance, City Police are issuing another plea for information about Dashad Sage Smith.
City Police have charged a woman with two counts of malicious wounding following a domestic dispute.
Orange Police and others made a search for Samantha Clarke and Alexis Murphy, but they found no trace of the pair.
Some area business leaders remain skeptical of VDOT forecasts about the 29 North-Rio Road intersection.
The Albemarle County School Board is seriously considering changing some attendance zones.
Charlottesville Police hope to learn who fired shots into a house on Fifth Street Extended.
Two lawyers have been arrested following an attack on a McLean couple.
President Obama's Secretary of Health and Human Services visited Manassas to see how the Affordable Care Act is going.
The home of President James Monroe has held its annual Open House.
A pair of national publications view the University of Virginia as a very preppy place.
All of Virginia's ABC stores will offer adult consumers a deal on Black Friday.
The latest Forbes rankings place Virginia as #4 on the magazine's list of business-friendly states.
Prosecutors say the outgoing U.S. Attorney General ruled out capital punishment for defendants in the Kevin Quick case.
Family and friends of the late George Rennick have honored the onetime local Buick dealer.
Charlottesville Police are searching for a suspect in a recent theft case.
Jesse Matthew has pleaded not guilty to the charges filed against him in connection with a sexual assault nine years ago in Fairfax.