TV Show Generates Tips in Morgan Harrington SlayingPosted: Updated: Oct 29, 2012 10:33 AM
Thousands of Letters Written to Charlottesville Students After August Rally
A worldwide letter writing campaign, that aims to ensure children can cope with the violence and hatred witnessed in Charlottesville last August at the "Unite the Right" rally, is seeing a big success.
New Townhouse Complex Coming to Belmont Neighborhood
Belmont Station Townhomes will be off Carlton Avenue are being built by Southern Development Homes and will contain options of three or four bedroom units.
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Former Charlottesville Police Officer Appears in Court Behind Closed Doors
The former Charlottesville police officer accused of sexually assaulting a woman was back in court on Thursday, January 18, but the hearing was done behind locked doors.
#2 Virginia Beats Georgia Tech 64-48 for Ninth Straight Win
The Virginia men's basketball team won its ninth game in a row, as the second-ranked Cavaliers defeated Georgia Tech 64-48 in Atlanta on Thursday night.
Man fools cops with fake car made of snow
A Canadian man who wanted to confuse snow removers with a car he made entirely of snow, fooled the police instead.
Misdemeanor Charge Dropped Against Jason Kessler
A misdemeanor charge against Unite the Right organizer Jason Eric Kessler was dropped n Charlottesville General District Court after new evidence came forward.
Bryan Silva Sentenced in Charlottesville Circuit Court
The man who prompted an hours-long stand-off with Charlottesville police in January was sentenced on Tuesday.
Bright flash lights up Michigan sky, what was it?
The night sky briefly lit up in Michigan on Tuesday night, with a bright flash of light and a loud noise that startled residents.
UVA 2018 Football Schedule Released
In 2018, Virginia will host Richmond (Sept. 1), Ohio (Sept. 15), Louisville (Sept. 22), Miami (Oct. 13), North Carolina (Oct. 27), Pitt (Nov. 2) and Liberty (Nov. 10).