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Teresa Sullivan says the behavior depicted in a Rolling Stone article is not something the University of Virginia will accept as normal.
UVA's Seven Society is offering a donation in the aftermath of the death of Hannah Graham and a reported sexual assault of a student.
Members of the House of Delegates who attended UVA are propos
A federal judge has overturned one of the convictions of former First Lady Maureen McDonnell.
A resident of Brandon Avenue reports being the victim of a home invasion robbery Sunday night.
An advisory panel has urged the Albemarle School Board to hire more elementary school nurses.
Sixth District Congressman Bob Goodlatte (R- Roanoke) is getting another term leading the House Judiciary Committee.
Virginians will celebrate the 25th anniversary of Doug Wilder's election as Governor.
This is the week of the annual Toy Lift, a Christmas tradition that began in the 1980's.
A former member of the UVA Board of Visitors died in late November in Pennsylvania.
A statewide panel recommends new options for struggling schools.
There's another "best of" list that Charlottesville is on.
Mike London will continue to be on the sidelines at Scott Stadium in 2015.
The Rector of the UVA Board of Visitors opened a special meeting Tuesday afternoon by apologizing to the woman who was the subject of a recent article in Rolling Stone magazine.
The governor says the state economy is in trouble, and continuing car tax relief could be on the chopping block.
New information from State Police says Jesse Matthew’s DNA was found on the T-shirt Harrington wore the night she disappeared.
Student leaders are reacting to a recent Rolling Stone article about sexual assaults at UVA.
The House Minority Leader admits that changes in rules and regulations mean nothing if victims don't report their attacks.
U.S. Attorney Tim Heaphy will step down by the end of 2014.
A student newspaper at UVA reports the brothers of Phi Kappa Psi have vacated their fraternity house.