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Charlottesville City Schools are adapting to a changing student population. The number of students whose first language is something other than English has increased by 88.3 percent since 2003.
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A Louisa County mother is facing charges after test results determined her 6-month-old son died in March of an overdose of Benadryl and Tylenol.
The frigid temperatures and harsh winds aren't comfortable for anybody. Now, the Charlottesville Albemarle SPCA is reaching out to animals and their owners living on the streets.
Falls Church has joined scores of other U.S. communities, including two others in Virginia, in supporting use of the Clean Air Act to reduce greenhouse gas pollution to head off catastrophic climate change.
Snell today announced that the Commonwealth Public Broadcasting Corporation, owner of three public television stations in Virginia, has expanded its deployment of Snell ICE channel-in-a-box solutions integrated with the Myers ProTrack TV and Snell Morpheus automation systems.
Alexis Murphy ,17, has been missing in the Nelson County area since Aug. 3; Randy Taylor , 47, is in jail charged with her abduction.
Students at St. Anne's Belfield School in Charlottesville are retiring their uniforms for a day and it's all for a good cause.
The Court of Appeals of Virginia is weighing a request for a new trial by a former University of Virginia lacrosse player who was convicted in the 2010 beating death of his ex-girlfriend.
Charlottesville police release surveillance images of suspects in the robbery of the Peach Mac Apple Specialist store, located in the Barracks Road Shopping Center.
Chef Mojo is Karl Bock, an actual chef of over 25 years of professional experience.
The map, which depicts an area of land in Albemarle County, is set to be sold at auction in Charlottesville this Saturday, Dec. 14. Jefferson drew the map, known as a plat, for more than 1,300 acres known as Indian Camp.
"Unfortunately in this region, the greater Charlottesville region, we've been growing jobs at the sort of low wage of services, retail and service sectors.
The University of Virginia no longer has to worry about its accreditation status.
For William Suter, a good night's sleep was an elusive dream. He snored all night and felt tired every day.
Works crews have been busy cleaning up after the weekends ice storm, but now they are gearing up for another round of winter weather.