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Police say an Indiana woman got a fork in the eye in a dispute over BBQ.
The Lucille Ball statue that haunted a New York town is finally going to be replaced.
In 2016, women are in the game.
The judge in Charlottesville General District Court has set a new timeline in the Martese Johnson case.
Riley Curry is the hottest sports baby in the game right now.
Governor McAuliffe has received 21 recommendations to reduce sexual assaults at Virginia's colleges and universities.
The Albemarle School Board will hold a June 8th forum for applicants for a vacant seat.
Richard Lloyd has formally launched his bid for the Rivanna District supervisor's seat.
Mike Signer outlines his proposals for the Charlottesville schools.
A murder trial is now in its fourth day at the Charlottesville Circuit Court.
A Louisa county man was killed Wednesday night when his motorcycle ran off the road and hit several fence posts.…
Two Waynesboro men were arrested following a raid by a SWAT team at a suspected drug flophouse.
"Serial" junkies, get out your sleuthing kits again.
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The city is backing a resolution that deals with women's rights.
A Dixieland jazz band walked ahead of a slow-moving black hearse carrying the body of the blues legend.
It's your chance to be part of a Washington scandal, and you don't even have to bribe a member of Congress.
The corruption scandal engulfing world soccer's governing body is deepening, with warnings from big sponsors and growing criticism from politicians.
Those automated phone calls during the dinner hour, late at night or to your wireless phone can be so frustrating — and the government is taking note.
The Rivanna Water and Sewer Authority has approved higher wholesale rates to be passed on to Charlottesville and Albemarle.