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Family Says Woman's Disappearance is 'Out of Character'
New details are emerging on a woman who disappeared on Monday, March 19, after she was discharged from a wellness center in Albemarle County.
Some Roads to Close for Charlottesville 10 Miler
A number of streets will be closed on Saturday, March 24, in preparation for over 2,400 runners that will take part in the Charlottesville 10 miler.
Gun Control Advocates to March on Downtown Mall
Senator Tim Kaine will be marching right alongside thousands of others in Richmond advocating for gun control on Saturday, March 24.
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Friday's High School Scores & Highlights
High school sports scores and highlights from across Central Virginia on Friday, March 23rd.
Kaine Co-Sponsored Bill to Help Forgive Student Loans for Public Service Workers Passes Congress
A bill cosponsored by Sen. Tim Kaine to fix a glitch in a federal loan forgiveness program that is leaving teachers, soldiers, social workers, and other public servants with massive loan balances was included in the federal spending bill that cleared Congress Thursday.
Speed Limits Not Actually Enforced by Aircraft in Virginia
There are 425 highway signs in Virginia that proudly proclaim "Speed limit enforced by aircraft," and they're all lying.
New-Look Wahoos Begin Spring Football Practice Tuesday
Mendenhall says he's eager to see what his team looks like on the field Tuesday without three of its key players from last season, Micah Kiser, Quin Blanding, and Kurt Benkert.
People Flock to Toys 'R' Us for Liquidation Sales
People flocked to the Toys ‘R’ Us in Albemarle County on Friday, March 23, for the first day of the store's liquidation sales.
Some Raise Concern Over UVA Monitoring Student Social Media Posts
The University of Virginia is surveilling the social media accounts of its students in an attempt to catch potential criminals before they commit a crime.