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A Tuesday hearing for the purpose of setting a court date for Jesse Matthew took surprising twists.
Senator Warner wants high school kids to know more about college costs.
The homes sales are up across most of Virginia.
City Councilors are showing renewed interest in a citywide system of surveillance cameras.
A panel dealing with ABC operations has held its initial meeting.
The top man at the Supreme Court extends a deadline for George Huguely to appeal a murder conviction.
Richard Randolph launches his campaign for Albemarle Supervisor.
Creigh Deeds (D- Bath County) is asking voters to give him another term in the State Senate.
Absentee ballots are now being accepted for the Democrats' June 9th primary.
UVA will begin a championship quest in men's lacrosse Sunday.
Area police departments get a dialogue going with various community members.
Monticello unveils rebuilt slave quarters in its Mulberry Row area.
The University of Virginia creates an award that's named for the late Hannah Graham.
A current member of the Albemarle Planning Commission wants a seat on the Board of Supervisors.
City Council candidate Wes Bellamy vows to push for more pre-kindergarten classes.
Our region's jobless rate edged down in March.
Governor McAuliffe reacts to violence and looting in Baltimore.
The local NOW Chapter responds to complaints about library display.
A judge is preventing Sweet Briar College from selling off any assets for six months.
State Police have completed their investigation of the Martese Johnson case and have given the report to the city prosecutor.