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"Heroin: Hit the Hardest " can be seen online, in select theaters, on broadcast TV or on DVD.
A Ruckersville man has become Charlottesville's second homicide victim of the year.
The State Board of Elections last week certified the results of the November 3rd general election.
Departing city councilors and county supervisors have compared notes with fellow Democrats.
Aliyah Huland El scored 20 points to lead the Cavaliers
Russell Bogues, who's a member of the University of Virginia's Class of 2016, is among America's newest Rhodes Scholars.
UVA and Virginia Tech will renew their rivalry at noon Saturday at Scott Stadium.
The UVA football program defeated ACC rival Duke 42-34 on Saturday at Scott Stadium.
The University of Virginia Law School will gets its first female dean in July 2016.
U.S. Senator Ted Cruz (R- Texas) has become the fifth GOP presidential candidate to qualify for the March 1st Virginia Primary.
Marial Shayok had a career-high 17 points to lead Virginia to another win.
Many area residents have observed the third anniversary of the disappearance of Dashad Sage Smith.
The statewide unemployment rate was down slightly in October.
The UVA Men's basketball team has its second victory of the season, a 25 point win over Bradley in the Charleston Classic.
The Virginia women's basketball team picked up another win on the road at Auburn University.
Congressman Robert Hurt and eight other Virginians in the House of Representatives have voted for legislation creating new obstacles for Syrian refugees.
CAT is planning changes effective January 30th, 2016 on many of its bus routes.
The Thomas Jefferson Planning District is helping to set up a new committee that will strive to improve the local transportation network.
The Virginia Employment Commission has new data on industries where paychecks are growing or shrinking.
Ben Carson has become the latest 2016 presidential hopeful who's filed enough petition signatures for the March 1st Republican primary.