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Governor McAuliffe and the Republicans in the House of Delegates don't see eye-to-eye when it comes to Planned Parenthood.
UVA has chosen its next architect and she's coming here from Yale.
Virginia's Tim Kaine helps the U.S. Senate to pass a new version of No Child Left Behind.
A Richmond TV station reports that search warrants reveal no evidence of blood was found in Jesse Matthew's car.
Greene Supervisor Eddie Deane will ask his colleagues to consider a resolution that John Barkley resign.
The money will supplement the $100,000 marketing campaign recently approved by county supervisors.
Local realtor Andrew Blackwell Middleditch now faces an involuntary manslaughter charge.
A local woman has won a major prize in the Virginia Lottery.
A new citizen advisory panel gets down to work.
Lieutenant Goverrnor Ralph Northam has new fundraising totals for his possible bid for the Governor's Mansion.
The challenger in the Albemarle prosecutor's race responds to what happened in the Mark Weiner case.
The change affects fewer landowners than the original route.
A former Charlottesville Mayor will help to review Virginia's parole system.
The judge tossed aside his abduction conviction in light of new evidence.
An Albemarle man has been charged with a strong arm robbery at a store on 29 North.
Three Charlottesville teens have been charged with recent crimes.
Governor McAuliffe wants Virginia's delegates and state senators to come back next month for a special session.
Z-95 air personality Sherry Taylor is one of this year's Hometown Heroes.
City Police have arrested a suspect in connection with a robbery on Vine Street.
Aerojet Rocketdyne to invest $11 million to expand manufacturing operation.