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A woman who was critically injured shortly after Labor Day has now died at UVA Hospital.
A local prosecutor, a state senator and a psychologist explore current issues in mental health.
One of Albemarle's elementary schools will get an October visit from Virginia's chief executive and two senior members of his administration.
There's been another decline in the Virginia unemployment rate.
The Albemarle County Sheriff's Office has a warning about a new scam.
The five city council hopefuls appeared Thursday night at a candidates forum.
Jane Dittmar has officially launched her campaign for a congressional seat.
UVA asks for more state money in Virginia's next budget.
Albemarle County gets welcome news from credit rating agencies.
The Virginia Board of Health votes to end tougher rules and building codes for abortion clinics.
Jesse Matthew was arraigned in Albemarle Circuit Court on Wednesday, and charged with the 2009 death of Morgan Harrington.
A water relocation project will affect travel on a stretch of East Rio Road between 9 p.m. and 6 a.m.
UVA's Larry Sabato says Carly Fiorina will probably gain ground in the polls after a Wednesday night GOP debate.
Albemarle Police identify human remains that were discovered along Route 20 on August 26th.
A flight attendant who admits he planted a "suspicious" package that affected a flight out of CHO can't fly without a judge's permission.
The annual Laurence E. Richardson Day of Caring happened Wednesday across our area.
Advocates for eco-friendly buildings say Virginia's new green buildings contributed to more than 100,000 jobs over a four-year period.
A report says state money going to K-12 education has dropped 7% in the last ten years.
Presidential candidate Bernie Sanders appeared Monday at the University of Virginia's Miller Center.
The grandmother of Dashad "Sage" Smith is upset that her grandchild has been missing for nearly three years.