2 hrs ago
Jury Finds Mark Weiner Guilty
Mark Weiner is accused of picking up a woman at the Lucky 7 in downtown Charlottesville, then taking her to an abandoned house in Albemarle County.
16 hrs ago
Families Talk Safety After Suspicious Incidents In Alb. Co.
May 23, 2013 Albemarle County Police say there is no longer a threat to the community after a district-wide email was sent out from the Albemarle County Public Schools Assistant Superintendent.
Thu May 23, 2013
Decision delay: Dumler awaits ruling on petition Comments
Judge Cheryl Higgins will rule on whether Dumler remains on the board on May 31.
Albemarle County "Notices" Shining Employees
About 200 employees of Albemarle County's school division were honored on the steps of the county building on McIntire Road Thursday night.
Albemarle Schools, Police Investigate Incident between Student and Stranger
Albemarle County Schools issued an email to parents Thursday after the report of an incident between a child and a stranger on Wednesday.
Officials: Shooting of Virginia Girl Accidental
Albemarle County police say the state medical examiner's office has ruled that the shooting of a 10-year-old Crozet girl was accidental.
Albemarle Democrats Nominate Board of Supervisors Candidates
ALBEMARLE COUNTY, VA: The Albemarle County Democratic Committee nominated Liz Palmer and Brad Sheffield for the Board of Supervisors on Monday night at their nominating caucus.
African Children's Choir Comes to Charlottesville This Month
A group of professional young performers is touring the country to raise money for charity, and they're making a stop in Charlottesville.
Greene Supervisors to Discuss Proposed Truck Restrictions
People who live on Main Street are complaining that the trucks speed, leave behind soot and are loud at night.
Wed May 22, 2013
Family of Fatally Shot 10-Year-Old Shares Information, Police Still Tight-Lipped
It happened Tuesday in Crozet, but the details aren't coming from police; they're coming from the girl's family.
Experts Describe How to Keep Guns Safe
The Albemarle County Sheriff's Office is working to make sure gun accidents, like the one that claimed the life of a 10-year-old girl in Crozet, don't happen.
Police Arrest Waynesboro Couple in Drug Sting
On Tuesday, May 21, 2013 the Waynesboro Police Department and the WASP Regional Task Force arrested a Waynesboro couple in a drug sting at a house in the 200 block of Hunter Street.
Valley Church Collecting Donations for Oklahoma Tornado Survivors
Mike and Judy Spitzer want to fill up a trailer several times over. It's parked at their church - Victory Worship Center - just south of Staunton.
Trial Continues for Barboursville Man Charged with Abduction
A he said, she said case is unfolding in Albemarle County Circuit Court. The trial continues for a man charged with abducting a 20-year-old and taking her to an abandoned house.
Tue May 21, 2013
Lieutenant Governor Candidate Turns Heads with Remarks
Some are calling this year's GOP ticket the most conservative in recent memory. And now, just days after nomination, the Republican nominee for lieutenant governor is coming under fire for a series of controversial statements.
Family, Crozet Community Mourn Shooting Death of 10-year-old Girl
A 10-year-old girl died Tuesday morning at a Crozet home after being shot by a young boy, Albemarle County Police said.
GOP Ticket Rallies in Albemarle County
The newly-selected Republican nominees for governor, lieutenant governor, and attorney general are touring the state, and they came to speak to supporters in Albemarle County on Tuesday.
Police say 10-year-old Va. girl killed by juvenile
Albemarle County police said in a release the shooting occurred just after 10 a.m. Tuesday.
Mon May 20, 2013
Live Stream: Christopher Dumler Court Hearing
Defense and prosecution had been discussing money issues related to Dumler, as well as his previous interactions with Scottsville residents over possible school closure and a firing range.
Sun May 19, 2013
Albemarle Police Stepping Up Patrols for Safer Roadways
The nationwide Click It or Ticket campaign starts off Monday morning. Albemarle police tell say they will have several officers working grant-funded overtime shifts for extra enforcement.