An overturned vehicle adds to the traffic woes on 29 North.
Tsaye Lemar Simpson faces several charges, including assaulting a police officer.
Virginia's Board of Education has revised its standards for school accreditation.
UVA travels to Pitt to open ACC play. Follow the 'Hoos starting at 10 a.m. Saturday on WINA.
A judge has ruled against defense requests in the Jesse Matthew case.
Two candidates for Clerk of Albemarle Circuit Court have joined forces for a Freedom of Information Act request that deals with incumbent Clerk Debbie Shipp.
Chan Bryant, the chief deputy of Albemarle Sheriff Chip Harding, has the incumbent's backing to succeed him in 2019.
The Albemarle Supervisors have rekindled their interest in ending illegal dumping, and providing more recycling sites.
The Free Enterprise Forum has released new results from a survey on per capita spending.
An advisory panel on overcrowding recommends sending some kids in the Stony Point area and along East Rio from Albemarle High to Monticello.
Retired CBS correspondent Wyatt Andrews is joining the UVA faculty.
That was the challenge on the Downtown Mall.
VDOT has reopened the eastbound lane of I-64 that was closed for much of Tuesday.
City councilors approve $15 million appropriation for the Hillsdale Drive extension project.
Changes might be looming for the Citizens Advisory Panel, a liaison between the city police and community members.
Governor McAuliffe meets with local middle and high school kids during an education roundtable.
Advocates for battered women have honored 76 victims of domestic violence.
The U.S. Supreme Court will not take up the appeal of George Huguely.
Juliana Porter was a UVA medical student.
Some back roads in Greene and Augusta remain closed because of rain-swollen creeks and rivers.