The "Cavalier Daily", which is a UVA student newspaper, is apologizing for April Fools' Day stories.
A judge has thrown out the recent indictments of former Delegate Joe Morrissey.
Governor Terry McAuliffe was the guest speaker Wednesday morning at a breakfast meeting of the Charlottesville Regional Chamber of Commerce.
There's now a statewide chamber of commerce to serve the gay community and an effort to form a local chapter.
UVA has released a new interim policy on sexual assault.
Three people were charged with DUI during an Albemarle Police roadblock this past Friday night.
Tuition and room and board are both going up about 4% at Virginia Tech.
Paving will cause possible delays near the intersection of McIntire Road and the 250 Bypass.
The High Court wants the lower court to look at its recent ruling in an Alabama redistricting case.
The group cites laws on the use of drones and license plate data.
VIrginia board OKs $361,000 fine against CSX for 2014 derailment
WINA has been named the Outstanding News Operation in Virgina and West Virginia combined.
Local officials have determined how the water at the Crozet and Scottsville treatment plants will get filtered.
A UVA student has created a social media buzz with a complaint about a Confederate flag.
The Human Rights Commission is being lobbied to back a U.N. plan that condemns discrimination against women.
A magazine-issued review by the Columbia Journalism School further disputes the claims of ‘Jackie’.
Thousands of Virginia school kids might get an expedited chance to re-take standardized tests.
Dominion Virginia Power customers will see a lower electric rate.
Some area non-profits will get more help than they expected from City Hall.
Governor McAuliffe has signed Virginia's amended budget, which will take effect in July.