Nonprofit School in Fluvanna Needs Funding to Keep Doors Open

Nonprofit School in Fluvanna Needs Funding to Keep Doors Open

A school that serves mentally ill children is facing a major lack of funding.

11 hrs 57 mins ago by Chris Markham & Lottye Lockhart
Authorities Investigating Fatal Home Invasion in Louisa Co.

Authorities Investigating Fatal Home Invasion in Louisa Co.

The Louisa County Sheriff’s Office is investigating a deadly home invasion and burglary in 7400 block of South Spotswood Trail.

12 hrs 45 mins ago by Henry Graff
Fluvanna Co. Soccer Clinic for Girls Seeking Sponsorships from Community

Fluvanna Co. Soccer Clinic for Girls Seeking Sponsorships from Community

Play Like A Girl, a soccer clinic, is coming back to Fluvanna County, but the organizer needs help to make sure young players can take part.

14 hrs 31 mins ago by Madison Jones
Louisa Co. Announces Broadband Equipment Update

Louisa Co. Announces Broadband Equipment Update

Broadband access is getting better in Louisa County.

16 hrs 11 mins ago by Chris Markham
Palmyra Man Uses Carpentry Skills to Make Crosses for Military Members

Palmyra Man Uses Carpentry Skills to Make Crosses for Military Members

A World War II veteran in Palmyra is using his gift of carpentry to make a difference for the men and women serving our country.

November 11th, 4:15 PM EST by Chris Markham & Madison Jones
Virginia Sawyers Cutting American Chestnut Trees for First Time in Decades

Virginia Sawyers Cutting American Chestnut Trees for First Time in Decades

Virginia forestry officials are cutting the first newly-grown American chestnut trees in nearly 70 years.

November 11th, 8:51 AM EST by Caroline Coleburn
Area Vendors Gather at Last Second Sundays Holiday Market of the Season

Area Vendors Gather at Last Second Sundays Holiday Market of the Season

The Fluvanna Historical Society is bringing together local arts and crafts vendors for the Second Sundays Holiday Market.

November 10th, 9:19 PM EST by Madison Jones
Radford University Employee Disciplined Over Vanishing Paper

Radford University Employee Disciplined Over Vanishing Paper

Radford University says a school employee responsible for at least some disappearing copies of the student-run newspaper in September was disciplined internally but won't face criminal charges.

November 10th, 7:51 PM EST
Meals on Wheels Fluvanna 2019 Emergency Bag Program Accepting Donations

Meals on Wheels Fluvanna 2019 Emergency Bag Program Accepting Donations

Fluvanna Meals on Wheels is now accepting donations for its emergency bag program. The program provides those in need with enough food to last if winter weather prevents the nonprofit's regular deliveries.

November 10th, 7:22 PM EST by CJ Paschall
Market at Grelen Hosts Hiking Event to Benefit Warrior Expeditions

Market at Grelen Hosts Hiking Event to Benefit Warrior Expeditions

Ahead of Veteran's Day Monday, one central Virginia business is helping a nonprofit raise money to ease veterans back into society.

November 10th, 6:28 PM EST by CJ Paschall
Chiles Peach Orchard in Crozet Celebrates First Responders Day

Chiles Peach Orchard in Crozet Celebrates First Responders Day

Chiles Peach Orchard in Crozet is celebrating First Responders Day.

November 9th, 9:37 PM EST by Hailey Wilt
VSP, Office of Veterinary Services Complete Madison County Animal Shelter Investigation

VSP, Office of Veterinary Services Complete Madison County Animal Shelter Investigation

After a nearly three month investigation of the Madison County Animal Shelter, state police say they are not filing charges for animal neglect.

November 8th, 9:25 PM EST by Hailey Wilt & Annie Schroeder
Greene Co. Official Could Face Federal Investigation

Greene Co. Official Could Face Federal Investigation

State charges against Greene County Commissioner of Revenue Larry Snow are being put on hold to clear the path for a federal investigation.

November 8th, 1:59 PM EST by Henry Graff
Henrico Man Arrested by Greene Co. Deputies for Drug Possession

Henrico Man Arrested by Greene Co. Deputies for Drug Possession

A Henrico man was arrested by Greene County deputies on drug possession charges.

November 7th, 7:08 PM EST by Chris Markham
State Police Investigating Fatal House Fire in Buckingham Co.

State Police Investigating Fatal House Fire in Buckingham Co.

A family in Buckingham County is grappling with the loss of a loved one following a house fire Thursday morning.

November 7th, 4:03 PM EST by Daniel Grimes
Broadband Authority Fighting to Provide High-Speed Internet to More Parts of Orange Co.

Broadband Authority Fighting to Provide High-Speed Internet to More Parts of Orange Co.

The Orange County Broadband Authority is dealing with speed bumps on the road to high-speed internet for all.

November 7th, 3:11 PM EST by Henry Graff
Volunteers Helping to Provide Food for Louisa County Community

Volunteers Helping to Provide Food for Louisa County Community

Volunteers in Louisa County are putting food on the table for more than 3,000 people who may otherwise go hungry in the area.

November 7th, 1:51 PM EST by Carly Kempler & John Early
The Costs of Protecting Government Networks from Cyber Attacks

The Costs of Protecting Government Networks from Cyber Attacks

Hackers are trying to steal information from county office buildings and city halls in the NBC29 viewing area. That growing threat now requires an equally growing and costly response.

November 6th, 3:09 PM EST by Henry Graff
Congressman Riggleman Announces Mobile Office Hours for Nov. 12

Congressman Riggleman Announces Mobile Office Hours for Nov. 12

Congressman Riggleman says his staff will be hosting mobile office hours Tuesday, Nov. 12, in several counties.

November 6th, 10:43 AM EST
Consolvo Tops Hardin for Greene Commonwealth's Attorney

Consolvo Tops Hardin for Greene Commonwealth's Attorney

There will be a new Commonwealth's Attorney in Greene County come January.

November 5th, 11:04 PM EST by Chris Markham
Louisa County Participates in 'Hunters for the Hungry' Program

Louisa County Participates in 'Hunters for the Hungry' Program

With hunting season underway in Virginia, hunters have a chance to do more than just feed their own families. Now, they can use their sport to help those in need.

November 5th, 5:48 PM EST by Hailey Wilt & Carly Kempler
Officials Urge for Chimney Maintenance Ahead of Winter Weather

Officials Urge for Chimney Maintenance Ahead of Winter Weather

As the weather gets colder, officials are reminding people of some important safety tips to keep in mind.

November 5th, 5:02 PM EST by Chris Markham & Carly Kempler
Environmental Nonprofit Studies Potential Impact of ACP on African American Community

Environmental Nonprofit Studies Potential Impact of ACP on African American Community

The Blue Ridge Environmental Defense League is exploring the potential impact of the Atlantic Coast Pipeline in a historic African American community in Buckingham County.

November 4th, 10:53 PM EST by Hailey Wilt & Lottye Lockhart
Grow Nelson Library Community Group Hosts Benefit Auction for Library Expansion

Grow Nelson Library Community Group Hosts Benefit Auction for Library Expansion

To help raise funds for the Nelson Memorial Library expansion, the Grown Nelson Library community group hosted a Benefit Auction on Sunday.

November 3rd, 8:18 PM EST by Hailey Wilt & Madison Jones
Vice President Mike Pence Visits Louisa County, Charlottesville

Vice President Mike Pence Visits Louisa County, Charlottesville

Vice President Mike Pence was the keynote speaker at an event at Patriot Industries, an aluminum and steel manufacturing plant in Louisa County. The event was meant to drum up support for the United States - Mexico - Canada Agreement.

November 2nd, 6:18 PM EDT by CJ Paschall
Blue Mountain Brewery Hosts Punkin-Chunkin Event

Blue Mountain Brewery Hosts Punkin-Chunkin Event

On Friday night, Blue Mountain Brewery hosted Punkin-Chunkin. Punkin-Chunkin’s an event where people shoot pumpkins from a slingshot to hit a target.

November 1st, 10:33 PM EDT by Hailey Wilt & Moriah Davis
Nelson County High School Student Found with Handgun on Campus

Nelson County High School Student Found with Handgun on Campus

On Friday, a Nelson County High School student was found with a handgun on campus.

November 1st, 4:55 PM EDT
Man Accused of Abducting Teen Appears in Louisa Co. Court

Man Accused of Abducting Teen Appears in Louisa Co. Court

Bruce Lynch Jr. appeared via video in Louisa Juvenile and Domestic Relations District Court Friday. He is currently charged with felony abduction by force.

November 1st, 12:04 PM EDT by CJ Paschall & John Early
Update: Fatal Buckingham Fire Not Considered Suspicious

Update: Fatal Buckingham Fire Not Considered Suspicious

Fire crews found the remains of three people inside a Buckingham Co. home. Virginia State Police is assisting the sheriff's office in its investigation.

October 16th, 10:57 PM EDT by John Early & Madison Jones
Virginia Regulators to Host Hearing on Dominion's $3 Billion Planned Upgrades

Virginia Regulators to Host Hearing on Dominion's $3 Billion Planned Upgrades

Virginia's regulators want to hear from the public on Dominion Energy's more than $3 billion plan to upgrade the state's electric grid over the next decade.

October 8th, 11:26 AM EDT
General Assembly's Gun Control Session Ends Without Decision, Sen. Kaine Weighs-In

General Assembly's Gun Control Session Ends Without Decision, Sen. Kaine Weighs-In

Senator Tim Kaine is frustrated by the inaction from the General Assembly on gun control measures.

July 11th, 5:01 PM EDT by Moriah Davis
UVA Faces Backlash for Removal of 21-Gun Salute from Veterans Day Ceremony

UVA Faces Backlash for Removal of 21-Gun Salute from Veterans Day Ceremony

The University of Virginia is coming under fire over a decision to change a part of its annual Veterans Day ceremony.

Charlottesville Signs Off on Police Civilian Review Board

Charlottesville Signs Off on Police Civilian Review Board

A board being created to rebuild the trust between the Charlottesville Police Department and the community is becoming a reality. On Monday night, city councilors voted to approve the bylaws for a Police Civilian Review Board.

Nelson County High School Student Found with Handgun on Campus

Nelson County High School Student Found with Handgun on Campus

On Friday, a Nelson County High School student was found with a handgun on campus.

Charlottesville Agrees to Settle Lawsuit Connected to Veteran's Aug. 2018 Arrest

Charlottesville Agrees to Settle Lawsuit Connected to Veteran's Aug. 2018 Arrest

Charlottesville has agreed to a settlement over the arrest of John Miska on the first anniversary of the events of August 2017.

Albemarle Homeowners in Trouble After Builder Abruptly Closes

Albemarle Homeowners in Trouble After Builder Abruptly Closes

Some homeowners in Albemarle County are out thousands of dollars and find themselves in legal trouble after a home builder abruptly closed its doors.

Update: Police Release Statement After Charlottesville Statue Vandalized

Update: Police Release Statement After Charlottesville Statue Vandalized

The statue of Robert E. Lee in Charlottesville's Market Street Park has been vandalized again.

CPD Offers Update on Sycamore Street Investigation

CPD Offers Update on Sycamore Street Investigation

The Charlottesville Police Department is releasing new details in connection with an incident in the area of Locust Avenue and Sycamore Street earlier in the week.

Judge Questions UVA Lawyers in Lawsuit Filed by Former Student

Judge Questions UVA Lawyers in Lawsuit Filed by Former Student

A federal court judge in Charlottesville says he'll rule quickly on whether the University of Virginia must award a degree to an otherwise graduated student suspected of sexual misconduct.

Op-ed Questions if UVA Library Should be Renamed

Op-ed Questions if UVA Library Should be Renamed

A UVA student is pushing for more equity, through a name change of Alderman Library, which is named after the first president of the university, who believed in eugenics.

Report: Nearly 1/4 of Charlottesville Population Lives in Poverty

Report: Nearly 1/4 of Charlottesville Population Lives in Poverty

Nearly one in four people in Charlottesville live in poverty - that's almost double the national average in 2017, according to Data USA which pulls the most recent census and other federal data.