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Va. State Police Investigating Fatal Crash in Augusta County
Virginia State Police Trooper J.D. Cash is investigating a single-vehicle crash in Augusta County. The crash occurred Jan. 20, 2018, at 3:15 p.m., on Interstate 81 at the 226 mile marker.
Charlottesville Police Respond to Multiple Reports of Vehicle Entry
The Charlottesville Police Department has taken several reports from citizens in the Blue Ridge Road, Hessian Road, Rosser Lane and Rugby Road area where unlocked vehicles were entered and rummaged through.
New Jersey First Lady Discloses Sexual Assault While at UVA
A member of the University of Virginia Board of Visitors says she was a victim of sexual assault when she was a student at the university.
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UVA: Anemia Discovery Offers New Targets to Treat Fatigue in Millions
A new discovery at the UVA School of Medicine sheds light on iron-restricted anemias that leave millions of people weak, tired and unable to concentrate.
League of Women Voters Calls for Tighter Gun Control
Despite the General Assembly killing off a large portion of Governor Ralph Northam's gun violence prevention agenda, Charlottesville's League of Women Voters is calling for tighter gun control.
Shenandoah National Park Keeps Gates Open During Government Shutdown
Despite the government shutdown due to a lapse in funding, some federal operations – like Shenandoah National Park - are still open to the public but with limited access.
#2 UVa Earns 10th Straight Victory with 59-49 Win at Wake Forest
The #2 Virginia men's basketball team won its 10th game in a row on Sunday night, as the Cavaliers defeated Wake Forest 59-49 in Winston-Salem, NC.
Flu Epidemic Hits Central Virginia
Hospitals across Virginia are seeing an increase in flu patients. The Thomas Jefferson Health District says several counties are being hit hard during the ongoing flu epidemic.
Electric Co-op to Bring Central Virginians Better Internet Access
A new $100 million project is aimed at giving people who live in rural areas of central Virginia better internet access. The Central Virginia Electric Cooperative is installing fiber optic cable across 4,600 miles of power lines.