An Albemarle County man is dealing with the loss of his dog after it contracted a bacterial disease on a swim two weeks ago in the Rivanna River.
On Monday Unite the Right Rally organizer, Jason Kessler, filed another federal lawsuit against the city of Charlottesville alleging his freedom of speech was violated in August 2017.
A Charlottesville activist is suing the city and police over what happened at the Unite the Right Rally in 2017.
People are taking time Monday to honor those hurt and killed in connection with a controversial rally two years ago in downtown Charlottesville.
The countdown to the 2020 election is on and the latest fundraising numbers are out. The race is pretty much anyone's game and as Larry Sabato, explains - who raises the most does not always indicate who will win.
A Charlottesville woman is calling on the city council to close down Fourth Street to vehicular traffic saying the dangers far outweigh the benefits.
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.
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.
Gavin Grimm, a young man who has become a national face for transgender student rights, returns to a Virginia courtroom Tuesday to challenge his former high school's bathroom policy.
The American Civil Liberties Union of Virginia is asking a judge to dismiss a lawsuit against a UVA professor filed by one the plaintiffs involved in the lawsuit over Confederate statues in Charlottesville.
Virginia lawmakers are sparring after a report that President Donald Trump will attend the 400th anniversary celebration of the first meeting of the state's legislative body in Jamestown.
UVA officials and community members got a sneak peak of a memorial to enslaved laborers on Tuesday.
A public school system in Richmond, Virginia, says starting next school year, they'll no longer require educators to take a drug test before being allowed to teach.
As part of a contract settling an employment dispute, Thomas was receiving his yearly salary of more than $134,000 while no longer employed by the city.
Albemarle County schools could soon stray away from letter and number grades.
A Charlottesville judge has upheld the jury's recommended sentence of life in prison plus 419 years for James A. Fields, Jr. on state convictions from Aug. 12, 2017 car attack.
Charlottesville City Councilor Wes Bellamy is taking on a new role.
U.S. Sens. Warner and Kaine joined Sens. Merkley and Schumer in introducing legislation to put an end to the Trump Administration’s treatment of children at the U.S.-Mexico border.
Senator Tim Kaine is frustrated by the inaction from the General Assembly on gun control measures.
The number of people arrested trying to illegally buy a firearm in Virginia has gone up over the past two years.
Wesley Memorial United Methodist Church, a Guatemalan woman, and attorneys are preparing to fight Immigrations and Customs Enforcement.
The Charlottesville city councilors who had voted to remove a pair of Confederate statues from two downtown parks are now individually immune from an ongoing lawsuit over the future of those statues.
A nonprofit in Charlottesville is fighting to keep Obamacare and wants to raise awareness about the issue.
Virginia lawmakers held a special session in Richmond Tuesday to debate and vote on new gun laws, but within two hours Republicans moved to adjourn, pushing things off until November.
Federal officials are threatening to issue a $214,000 fine against a Guatemalan woman who has been living in a Charlottesville, Virginia, church for nearly a year.
Seventy-six men and women took the final step to become American citizens Thursday at Monticello. The new citizens got some words of wisdom from a gold star parent before taking their oath of allegiance.
Albemarle officials are working to make the county more bike and pedestrian friendly.
Northam announced his legislative agenda for the July 9 special session of the General Assembly. The session is intended to address the gun violence emergency in Virginia.
Different advocacy groups spent hours outside the Augusta County courthouse urging state legislators to take action against conditions at detention facilities at the border.
Councilors voted Monday, July 1, to remove April 13th from the city's schedule for paid holidays.
Dozens of new developments are underway on Pantops Mountain in Albemarle County, and planners are working to make the area safer for pedestrians.
In April, Charlottesville raised the tax rate on dining out from 5% to 6%. That increase went into effect Monday, July 1.
After a year of work, the board tasked with overseeing the Charlottesville Police Department has finally approved its bylaws.
Officers arrested Jack Joseph Bickers, 19, who is charged with conspiracy to commit a felony.
Charlottesville's vice-mayor is weighing in on whether or not Thomas Jefferson's birthday should continue being celebrated, ahead of a vote on the controversial issue on Monday, July 1.
A man convicted in a deadly car attack on a crowd of counterprotesters at a white nationalist rally in Virginia is asking a federal court for mercy and a punishment shorter than a life sentence.
Charlottesville's Commonwealth's Attorney Joe Platania announced on Friday that "Queen of Virginia" machines violate Virginia law.
The man responsible for murdering Morgan Harrington and Hannah Graham has been transferred to another prison in Virginia.
A North Carolina man is in Charlottesville representing Union soldiers in an all-day vigil in front of the statue of Confederate General Robert E. Lee in Market Street Park.
Charlottesville community and Police Civilian Review Board members are demanding answers and transparency from the city and police department.
A judge has ruled that the Confederate statues in downtown Charlottesville are officially protected under state law.
After months of speculation, former Vice President Joe Biden officially announced he is running for president.
People in central Virginia are discussing ways they can put an end to poverty in Charlottesville.
Charlottesville City Council has named Dr. Tarron Richardson as the next City Manager of Charlottesville, a position he will assume May 13.
Attorneys involved in a battle over whether it's unconstitutional for Virginia to suspend somebody's driver's license if they don't pay court costs and fines went before a federal judge on Monday.
The Virginia House of Delegates has approved increases to truck registration fees and regional gas taxes to pay for improvements to Interstate 81.
More than 600,000 Virginians whose driver's licenses are suspended are now eligible to get them back.
Gov. Northam has filed a budget amendment that would eliminate the suspension of driver's licenses for motorists with unpaid court fines and costs.
An Albemarle County student was sent home Tuesday after a Confederate imagery clothing ban went into effect for the entire school division.
A bid to tighten Virginia laws around using cellphones while driving will have to wait another year.