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Virginia Woman Falls to Death on Blue Ridge Parkway Overlook
A spokeswoman for the Blue Ridge Parkway says a Virginia woman has fallen from an overlook to her death.
Fluvanna Co. HS Exchange Student First One to Graduate from School
An exchange student in Fluvanna County High School is the first international student to walk across the stage and pick up a diploma from the school.
UVA Final Exercises Held Saturday
University of Virginia students walked the lawn one last time Saturday before going off into the working world. More than 6,000 graduates got their diplomas from the university this weekend.
Friends, Loved Ones Honor Detained UVA Student at Graduation
Students and families at the University of Virginia are using graduation as a platform to get their message across: they want Otto Warmbier, the student detained in North Korea, to come home.
Hokies Fire Baseball Coach Patrick Mason
Virginia Tech Director of Athletics Whit Babcock announced Sunday that Patrick Mason has been relieved of his coaching duties as head baseball coach.
Albe. Co. Farm Owner Offers Insight on Race in Viral Facebook Post
A central Virginia farmer's post is going viral right now on social media. Chris Newman, owner of Sylvanaqua Farms in Albemarle County, posted a message about race relations.
Democrat Running Against Rob Bell Hosts Potluck in Greene Co.
Democrats in central Virginia are encouraging voters to show up at polls at a potluck dinner hosted by 58th District candidate Kellen Squire.
Shenandoah Acres Campground Dedicates Pond to Former Owners
Saturday afternoon the owners of Shenandoah Acres Campground in Augusta County recognized the former owners by dedicating a pond in their name.
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Road Crews Concerned About Safety as Drivers Speed Thru Work Zones
Officials are asking drivers to show patience and caution as more crews get to work on roads throughout the commonwealth.