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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 annual Remote Area Medical Clinic treated over 2500 patients this year in southwestern Virginia.
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.
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.
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.
The campaign manager for congressional hopeful Lawrence Gaughan has met with area Democratic leaders.
Environmental groups lobby Virginia's elected leaders to stay interested in wind power.
The family of Bonnie Santiago called off a vigil it had planned for Saturday in Albemarle County.
A man who gained a reputation for crashing a White House party won't be on Virginia ballots this November.
Senator Tim Kaine (D- Richmond) believes Congress should try to overturn the Hobby Lobby decision.
Veteran Delegate Joe Morrissey (D- Henrico County) will stand trial on felony charges on December 15th.
Many members of the Class of 2018 have had a preview of their late August move into a UVA dorm.
Virginia's U.S. Senate and House members are reacting to the crash of a passenger flight in Ukraine.
Area residents paused Friday evening to remember victims of violence in Gaza.