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Top Seed Virginia Loses to 16-Seed UMBC in NCAA Tournament 74-54
Virginia entered the NCAA Tournament as the No. 1 overall seed after going 31-2 this season, including 20-1 in ACC competition.
Update: DeAndre Harris Found Not Guilty in Connection to Aug. 12 Rally
DeAndre Shakur Harris, a Suffolk-area man accused of assaulting a person following the Unite the Right rally has been found not guilty.
Charlottesville Man Charged with Embezzlement
A Charlottesville man is charged with embezzling $185,000 from a Waynesboro construction company.
UVA Fraternity Helps Girl with Heart Condition Sell Girl Scout Cookies
A little girl's wish came true on Friday, March 16, when a University of Virginia fraternity helped her exceed her goal in selling Girl Scout cookies.
Gov. Northam Signs Medical Cannabis Oil Bill Into Law
People in Virginia are now legally able to get a form of medical marijuana for treatment of any diagnosed condition or disease.
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JMU Grad Student Charged After Drug Task Force Seizes Marijuana, Mushrooms, and Pistol
A JMU graduate student has been charged following a RUSH Drug Task Force raid that yielded marijuana, mushrooms and a pistol.
Female Volunteers Repair Firefighter Gear, Ensure Firemen Safety
A special group of volunteers are helping to keep firefighters safe, while also saving the county thousands of dollars.
Charlottesville Organizations Fix Broken Items for Free on St. Patrick's Day
Two Charlottesville organizations are encouraging people to “go green” for St. Patrick's Day. It's all for the annual Repair Café event at the Habitat Store on Harris Street.
Albemarle County Toys 'R' Us Employees React to Chain Closing
One of America's most well-known toy stores is closing its doors for good after 70 years of business.