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A new report shows Tidewater area veterans have long waits to see a doctor.
Just in time for the National Cherry Blossom Festival, blooming trees are hitting their peak
Two local members of the General Assembly doubt UVA will sue Rolling Stone.
The local unemployment rate is still the second lowest in the state.
Wes Bellamy and Wendell Green honored by 100 Black Men of Central Virginia.
Bob Chapel will spend his last summer directing UVA's Heritage Theatre Festival.
A woman crashed her van into a Newport News building after a prosthetic leg came apart.
The Phi Kappa Psi National Fraternity says the magazine's apology doesn't address the damage inflicted by its story.
Opponents of the Dominion Virginia Power pipeline took their case to the governor's office Tuesday.
Colonial Downs is closing all of its betting venues amid a dispute with horse owners and trainers.
The Virginia State Park system is hiring about 1000 for the summer season.
A court hearing on the closing of Sweet Briar College will be held April 14th.
A candidate is running for the Ruckersville District seat on the Greene Board of Supervisors
Phi Kappa Psi views the Rolling Stone article as reckless and defamatory.
The Kroger Corporation is a step closer to creating a new grocery store at Seminole Square.
Opponents of a proposed meals tax increase ask City Councilors to abandon the idea.
Congressman Robert Hurt says he welcomes feedback on Dominion's proposed pipeline.
Many area Marine Corps veterans will gather in Ruckersville on Saturday.
The search for missing Fluvanna resident Robert Hourihan approaches fourth anniversary.
Rolling Stone has formally retracted its story about an alleged gang-rape at a UVA fraternity.