Charlottesville's retiring Fire Chief urges all area residents to fly an American flag this Memorial Day.
For this holiday, CAT is operating buses and trolleys on a schedule that matches what you see on Sunday.
Waynesboro Police charge a man with robbery and assault and battery.
The attorney for Martese Johnson asks a judge to drop charges agaisnt his client.
A Saturday night fire damaged parts of a barn in the Keswick area.
U.S. Senator Tim Kaine (D- Richmond) wants to add to the curriculum for sex education courses.
A 93-year-old visited a newspaper with his own prepared obituary.
The UVA baseball team lost 10-2 to N.C. State on Saturday, and ended its involvement in the ACC Tournament.
Republican Robert Tracci wants to be the Albemarle Commonwealth's Attorney.
The aunt of a murdered teenager becomes a candidate in Nelson County.
Albemarle Police honor their officers and those who work with their department.
A hearing involving Jesse Matthew is continued until next month.
A City Council candidate takes aim at the costs of recent studies.
The sheriff of Fluvanna County will be running for a full term.
Virginia's hurricane preparedness sales tax holiday runs May 25th-31st.
City officials meet with fans and critics of short-term rentals.
City, county and UVA officials hear about student safety efforts and the Foxfield races.
The trial will take place on February 1, 2016; where has yet to be determined.
Two groups are suing the City of Charlottesville in an effort to get stop-and-frisk records.
A top city official will retire this summer.