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The city has a new honorary street that recognizes the late R. A. Johnson, a prominent local pastor.
You can sign up from 7 a.m. to 4 p.m. at Monticello.
His condition has gone from critical to serious, but his body has yet to heal from multiple shark bites.
UVA responds to a former student's lawsuit against five former teammates.
WINA and WCNR win awards from the Virginia Association of Broadcasters.
City Police investigate a reported robbery in the North Downtown area.
UVA finished #6 in the nation in the latest Directors' Cup standings.
A former member of the UVA swim team has filed a hazing lawsuit against five former teammates.
Virginians are reacting to the latest U.S. Supreme Court ruling on same-sex marriages.
The lawsuit aimed at stopping the construction of a new interchange at Rio Road and 29 North has been dropped.
A Charlottesville Police K-9 bit a 13-year-old girl Thursday night on Prospect Avenue.
City Police have identified the man shot and wounded Thursday night at the intersection of Run Street and 10th. Street Northwest.
Area Social Services Departments are accepting cooling assistance applications.
A trial date for Jesse Matthew has been set following a hearing that involved Albemarle's top prosecutors and Matthew's lawyers.
Virginians are reacting to a Supreme Court decision dealing with health insurance subsidies.
The UVA baseball team has won its first NCAA championship.
A former minister is accused of putting false information on a voter application.
More reaction to the Governor's plans to get rid of license plates with Confederate flags.
The board that oversees the Rivanna Water and Sewer Authority hears about low water levels at Sugar Hollow.
Area swimmers have successfully lobbied to restore early Saturday morning hours at the Smith Aquatic Center.