Death from Flu Reported at UVA Medical Center
The UVA Medical Center says one of its patients has died from the flu. The center has so far seen a total of 450 lab-confirmed cases of the flu.
Destination Imagination Invites 500 Students for some Creative Competition
The teams competed in several different categories that highlight their creativity, problem solving skills, and team work through presentations.
Charlottesville Chapter of Moms Demand Action Discuss Gun Regulation
A group of Charlottesville mothers are joining the national conversation for increased gun regulation.
Va. House and Senate Pass Medical Cannabis Oil Bills, Northam Expected to Sign
Virginia's Senate and House of Delegates have passed bills to allow more people to legally use cannabis oil for medical purposes. Now they must decide on a final version to send to Governor Northam, who is expected to expected to sign.
UVa Women's Basketball Ready for Senior Day
The Virginia women's basketball team will take on Miami in its last home game of the regular season on Sunday at John Paul Jones Arena.
Middle School Students Compete in Debate Tournament
Students from the Charlottesville area participated in a middle school debate tournament to showcase their knowledge and communication skills.
#14 UVa Women's Lax Crushes #21 Elon 17-4 in Season Opener
Maggie Jackson had four goals and three assists, and the 14th ranked Virginia women's lacrosse team crushed #21 Elon 17-4 in its season opener.
UVA Hockey Plays One Last Time in Main Street Arena Before Spring Demolition
Staunton Utilizing Alternative Suspension Center for Positive Effect on Students
A school system in the Shenandoah Valley is taking a less punitive approach to suspended students.
'Valentine' Baby Birthed on Valentine's Day
It's not every day we cover the birth of a child on the news, but one family now has a unique connection to a holiday that just passed.