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A senior member of the House of Delegates forecasts higher spending on mental health.
The University of Virginia has named the speaker for its Valedictory Exercises.
Our area's jobless rate help steady in December at 3.7%.
State Police are investigating a Wednesday incident near Crozet involving an autogyro.
Legislation that deals with sexual assaults at colleges has advanced in the General Assembly.
A proposed constitutional amendment that deals with direct food sales from farms has died.
Delegate Joe Morrissey says a bill dealing with pornography in prisons won't survive legal challenges.
Senior lawmakers from both major parties debate what some call a war on coal.
City Police charge a man with sexully assaulting a juvenile.
Charlottesville Police charge third man with a recent beatdown on Green Street.
A Keswick man has won a major prize from the Virginia Lottery.
Dominion chooses a Pennsylvania firm to create the pipe for a proposed pipeline.
The district is asking for help to the tune of $2.7 million dollars to fund a teacher pay increase.
If approved in the House and signed by the governor, the state would officially prohibit its agencies from discriminating on the basis of sexual orientation or gender identity.
Improved synchronization of the traffic lights on 29 North begins overnight Wednesday.
Madison County Delegate Ed Scott will not run for another term.
City councilors got plenty of feedback Monday night about the future of the Lee-Jackson Day holiday.
The State Senate has rejected legislation that deals with concealed handguns on school property.
The classes won't resume until Wednesday at Hampden-Sydney College.
Congressman Robert Hurt plans to steer clear of the debate over a proposed natural gas pipeline through his district.