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Northam Asks Lawmakers to Pass Progressive Agenda in Address
New Virginia Gov. Ralph Northam is asking the Republican-backed General Assembly to pass a progressive agenda that includes expanding Medicaid, stricter gun regulations and protecting abortion rights.
Humility Still Key as UVA Basketball Rises to No. 2 Ranking
The Virginia basketball team climbed one-spot to No. 2 in the latest Associated Press Top 25 poll released on Monday.
Family Working to Improve Senior Care Makes Legislative Progress
The children of an injured woman who became trapped in her apartment at an Albemarle County senior community are making progress to change state laws over independent living facilities.
Charlottesville Police Respond to Reports of Vehicle Enterings
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.
Proposed State Law May Help Historic Charlottesville Cemetery
A new push from Richmond may help those laid to rest in Charlottesville's historic Daughters of Zion Cemetery.
Malcom Brogdon's Bucks Top Mike Scott and Wizards 104-95
It was the 22nd time in 25 games that Brogdon reached double-digit points. Mike Scott scored five points in 16 minutes.
After 8-year hiatus, Ford Ranger returns to US in 2019
Ford made the wrong bet on small pickup trucks in 2011. It hopes to put things right — and win back customers — with the 2019 Ford Ranger.
Ropes Hanging Outside JMRL Not Nooses Say Charlottesville Police
Charlottesville police confirm ropes with loops hanging from a tree outside the Jefferson-Madison Regional Library are not nooses.
Blue Ridge Poison Center Warns Public of the Asia-Based Plant Kratom
The Charlottesville-based Blue Ridge Poison Center and the Food and Drug Administration are putting out a warning for the deadly risks associated with the plant Kratom.