One year later: Loved ones, fans still coming to terms with Kobe Bryant’s death

Bryant, his young daughter Gianna and seven others were killed in a helicopter crash on Jan. 26 last year.
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  Biden more bullish on vaccines, suggests 1.5M shots per day

The goal of the order would be to use the $600 billion the federal government spends on procurement to boost domestic factories and hiring.


Scottsville partners with Bread of Life Food Pantry

  VDH: 483,326 total cases of COVID-19 in Virginia, 6,174 deaths

Police identify man found dead in Richmond

New COVID-19 rules for air travel during ‘National Plan For A Vacation Day’

  Facing $400,000 in unpaid utilities, Waynesboro reinstates disconnections as last resort

Monday night, Waynesboro City Council reinstated the city’s ability to cut off utilities for residents who haven’t paid their bills, but only as a last resort. The City insists it wants to work with its citizens who’ve experienced hardship due to the pandemic.
  • Coronavirus

2 ‘pillars’ of Indianapolis family die from COVID-19 within 24 hours

The family encourages everyone to mask up and do their part to protect others, so no one else has to stand in their shoes.

  Charlottesville, Albemarle County officials support climate change legislation

Central Shenandoah Health District COVID-19 vaccines ready for school staff this week

Hauser hits career-high seven 3-pointers; Cavaliers crush ‘Cuse 81-58

VDOT crews ready for winter weather this week

Bill to eliminate mandatory minimums wins Virginia Senate Judiciary Committee approval

Northam to give update on COVID-19 vaccine rollout Wednesday

Waynesboro reported to be a top city for retirees

  MarieBette delivering breakfast baskets for Valentine’s Day

  • National

Disney ticket booker alerts police to domestic violence victim; boyfriend arrested

The ticket booker said she sensed something was wrong because she heard the woman yelling “get off me” and “get away from me” at someone else while they were on a call.

Hauser hits career-high seven 3-pointers; Cavaliers crush ‘Cuse 81-58

Online sports betting begins in Virginia

FanDuel Sportsbook app has announced its launch in Virginia. Through a partnership with the Washington Football Team, this is the first form of legal sports betting in the commonwealth.


Appeal filed to keep Robert E. Lee statue up in Richmond

  UVA Law student uses sign language in federal appeals court, wins case

Va. Dept. of Wildlife Resources: Two charged in poaching case

  CRHA receives over $360K from HUD

  UVA Health doctor answers lingering COVID-19 vaccine questions

As more people begin to get their first dose of security against the coronavirus, there are still many wondering when you should and should not get the COVID-19 vaccine, but one UVA Health doctor clears up some of your lingering questions.
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  Trump impeachment goes to Senate, testing his sway over GOP

Trump is the first former president to face an impeachment trial, and it will test his grip on the Republican Party as well as the legacy of his tenure.

  Sen. Warner on Pres. Biden’s $1.9T recovery plan and impeachment of Trump

Former Chesterfield Schools contractor found guilty of inappropriate activity with student

First case of UK COVID-19 variant detected in Virginia

Bill to add Virginia appeals court judges draws GOP protests