Some families in Charlottesville have food on the table tonight after getting a few of their groceries for free.
Doctors from around the world visited the University of Virginia grounds on Saturday for the International Symposium of Adaptive Physical Activity.
Women from across the commonwealth took to the skies on Saturday to explore new heights in a potential piloting career.
People in the community are celebrating a day remembering the challenges former slaves faced after receiving their freedom, at the home of a former U.S. president.
People in Charlottesville spent the day getting to know one another under the sun.
A retiring Virginia delegate is being recognized for his decades of service to the commonwealth.
Police in Virginia say that a man was seriously hurt after being struck by a train.
A central Virginia synchronized swim team drew a large crowd on Friday night, raising money ahead of one of the largest competitions in the country.
On Friday night, people in Charlottesville celebrated Juneteenth, which remembers all the challenges that former slaves faced following their freedom.
Boys & Girls Clubs of Central Virginia in partnership to expand after-school programming for elementary, middle, and high school students.
The Charlottesville Alliance Football Club hosted special guests from the Boys & Girls Club. Children got admission on Friday and had a night full of food, music, and soccer.
Electric scooters seem to be almost everywhere in Charlottesville, and with them come complaints, safety violations, and injuries.
Prepare for some parking restrictions in Downtown Waynesboro overnight and into early Saturday morning.
Some people in Orange County are taking skydiving even further, with help from coaches who specialize in jumping out of a plane with a special suit on.
A game machine company is fighting back after Charlottesville’s commonwealth's attorney says its skill machines have to go.
Students with high aptitude test scores in Charlottesville City Schools might have some changes coming their way this fall.
A big check from the state is helping the Fluvanna County Sheriff's Office fund school resource officer incentives in public schools.
It's time for a smoke detector check-up in part of Charlottesville.
The Thomas Jefferson Health District is notifying the public of a rabid gray fox found in the Northwoods Mobile Home Park in Albemarle County on June 7.
Attorney General Herring announced that he has secured $9.29 million in debt relief for nearly 1,000 former ITT Tech students in Virginia as part of a 43 state multistate settlement.
The City of Charlottesville Office of Economic Development and the Charlottesville Economic Development Authority are pleased to announce the creation of the Cville Match program.
People in central Virginia are honoring a woman who helped shape Charlottesville's registrar office.
Virginia's official and only comprehensive report on local and statewide crime figures for 2018 is now available online on the Virginia State Police website.
Staunton City Council voted unanimously during its regular meeting Thursday to appoint Steven Rosenberg as the City of Staunton’s 16th city manager.
The Charlottesville-Albemarle Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals is looking to find a home for its older pups.
Virginia Gov. Ralph Northam is announcing a series of public talks his administration will host in the run up to a July 9 special session on gun laws.
A controversial Tony Award-winning play will premiere this weekend in Staunton.
People gathered at Charlottesville's Jefferson School African American Heritage Center for a member party.
Lawyers for Virginia Lieutenant Governor Justin Fairfax have sent letters to prosecutors asking them to open a criminal investigation.
Greene County Sheriff's Office Youth Academy educates teenagers in the area about the dangers involved with driving while impaired.
In Albemarle County, Michie Tavern is open and serving alcohol, after months of a redesign in the oldest part of the building.
Young girls across central Virginia explored the idea of working in construction or building trades during the 4th annual Girls Dray.
Albemarle County detectives have arrested two people over the past two days as part of an undercover online investigation targeting individuals who use the internet to prey on kids.
A grand jury from the County of Albemarle and the City of Charlottesville has indicted a former Charlottesville Clerk of Council on a felony embezzlement charge.
A $20 million building could be under construction within a year at Piedmont Virginia Community College.
Increasing housing density was a main topic of discussion at the Charlottesville PLACE Design Task Force meeting at City Hall on Thursday.
Redevelopment of the Southwood mobile home park in Albemarle County is one step closer to becoming a reality.
A company owned by the West Virginia Governor Jim Justice's family has now paid its Albemarle County taxes.
Governor Northam announced that 87 grants totaling more than $3.47 million have been awarded to 53 localities throughout Virginia.
Kristofer Neil Losh is charged with four counts of aggravated sexual battery and four counts of taking indecent liberties with a minor.
The Augusta County Sheriff's Office has been seeking Jimmy Dean Bolenbarker, 34, of Staunton since March 2019.
Charlottesville announced that the parking access and revenue collection systems at the Market Street and Water Street Garages are being replaced.
Though school is out for the summer, kids in Charlottesville don't have to worry about not having access to nutritious meals.
Lawyers for Virginia Lt. Gov. Justin Fairfax have sent letters to prosecutors in three states asking them to open a criminal investigation into sexual assault allegations against him.
Beginning July 1, Virginia retailers will be prohibited from selling nicotine products to individuals under 21. The new law allows active duty military aged 18 or older with a valid military ID to purchase nicotine products.
A new section of the Route 250 Bypass Commuter Trail is scheduled to start construction on Monday, June 17.
Wednesday, June 12, was the culmination of years of work for the Bright Lights Project in Staunton.
The former Barnes Lumber site in Crozet could soon be home to a multimillion dollar plaza and mixed-use retail and housing space.
Albemarle County supervisors will take up a performance agreement between the county and Habitat for Humanity for the first phase of a revitalization project at the Southwood mobile home park.
Big changes are coming to the East High Street area in downtown Charlottesville.
A Louisa County teen hopes his animated film using Minecraft animations will inspire kids to pursue their dreams.
Albemarle County police took a break from the beat to play 18 holes at the department's fourth annual putt-putt tournament.
UVA's Larry Sabato had reactions to a controversial result in the race for Virginia's 16th District Senate seat.
Crescent Halls gave a first look at plans for a multi-million dollar renovation to the public housing complex.
Members of the Senior Statesmen of Virginia are now a little more knowledgeable about why Charlottesville became a hot spot for white supremacists in August of 2017.
One person is in custody after a standoff in Madison County Wednesday afternoon.
A hearing is set in federal court next week in the battle over whether it's unconstitutional for Virginia to suspend somebody's driver's license.
A majority of people living in central Virginia say they have a reliable internet connection, but many of them think providers are in short supply.
A contractor is working around the clock to reopen a roadway in Albemarle County.
Virginia State Police say Tontrese Vermelle has been safely located.
A Charlottesville nonprofit is joining a national effort to address a big issue in the city, but not without push-back.
Governor Northam announced that the Virginia Department of Environmental Quality has issued permits for the construction and operation of three new solar projects in Halifax and Orange counties.
A Virginia man will serve almost 20 years in prison for shooting his brother-in-law while they were working at a construction site together.
The Albemarle County Police Department is getting ready for its free event at Putt Putt Wednesday, June 12. The goal is to help foster positive relationships between kids and police
A group of high schoolers from the Charlottesville area are singing up some tunes ahead of their trip to France.
Two nonprofits in Charlottesville are educating people about a budget amendment that will reinstate suspended driver's licenses for people with unpaid court fines and fees.
A bicyclist is recovering after being hit by a car Tuesday evening in Charlottesville.
Sally Hudson has beaten out Kathy Galvin in the Democratic primary for the 57th District.
The field for the Charlottesville City Council election this fall is now getting clearer.
Albemarle County's chief deputy is now one step closer to becoming the county's first female sheriff after winning the primary.
Brandon, a student at Thomas Jefferson Elementary School, has Down syndrome and autism and also experiences occasional seizures. On Tuesday, he received a life-changing gift.
Charlottesville area Wal-Mart and Sam's Club stores are raising money for the University of Virginia Children's Hospital.
Senator Kaine is making a push for legislation to pass on gun safety.
While school is out for the summer, kids in Waynesboro can enjoy free breakfast and lunch.
People in Crozet are getting a look at plans for a new roundabout at an intersection traveled by thousands of drivers each day.
A lost dog in Albemarle County is now bringing a community together.
An upcoming pipe replacement project will close a portion of Route 250 (Ivy Road) in Albemarle County in mid-June.
Thomas Jefferson Health District Environmental Health Services will be closed on June 17 and June 18 for staff training.
Plans are moving forward on a proposed housing development in Charlottesville's Belmont neighborhood.
The Charlottesville Fire Department will be conducting a home fire safety canvass in the Tenth & Page Street neighborhoods on Friday and Saturday.
The federal civil lawsuit alleging sexual misconduct against former Dave Matthews Band violinist Boyd Tinsley is being settled.
Attorney General Herring has filed suit to block the proposed merger of telecom giants T-Mobile and Sprint.
The polls were open all day, but voter turnout was low across the NBC29 viewing area.
A judge is considering whether to allow a Greene County supervisor to leave the state while he faces a felony charge.
U.S. Senators Warner and Kaine introduced a resolution honoring the 12 victims of the mass shooting in Virginia Beach, as well as the first responders, city officials, and the entire Virginia Beach community.
Ken Cuccinelli, a former Virginia attorney general and outspoken supporter of President Donald Trump's hard-line immigration policies, has been named acting director of the agency that manages legal immigration.
Charlottesville Area Transit was presented with the 2019 Outstanding Community Program Award for its Growing Opportunities Driver program.
Virginia's tourism industry generated $26 billion in visitor spending across all communities in 2018, a 4.4% increase over 2017.
A Charlottesville business is getting ready to open its second location, and it's a first for the greater Augusta area.
Albemarle County is getting feedback from business owners on how to be more energy efficient.
A Staunton woman pleaded guilty to two counts of aggravated involuntary manslaughter on Monday, June 10.
Jimmy D. Bolenbarker Jr., who's wanted on multiple felonies and misdemeanor charges, evaded capture and fled in a Ford Focus on Monday.
The Virginia Department of Transportation is working to make a heavily traveled intersection in western Albemarle County safer.
Monday, June 10, marked the first day of KidsCollege at Piedmont Virginia Community College in Albemarle County.
State legislators met in Charlottesville on Monday to discuss solutions to gun violence in Virginia
Groups across central Virginia spent Monday, June 10, working to make sure voters are informed and polling places are safe and secure.
Albemarle County voting officials picked up their materials for their precincts on Monday.
New research from the University of Virginia suggests an unhealthy belly could promote the spread of breast cancer.
People involved in education came together at Farmington Country Club on Monday to learn new ways to improve early education programs in Charlottesville and Albemarle County.
A committee working on stormwater management in Charlottesville is hoping its master plan will help bring some relief.
People in Buckingham County are getting support from a nonprofit in their legal fight against a compressor station for the Atlantic Coast Pipeline.
A Staunton judge has handed down a 28-year sentence for a man who admitted to killing his girlfriend.
Members of the Greene County Virginia Amateur Radio Club are now working with the sheriff’s office to help folks during an emergency.
The National Cancer Institute has gifted 10 Appalachian health systems a total of $11 million for cervical cancer prevention programs.
The FCC has authorized nearly $37 million in funding over the next decade to expand broadband to unserved rural Virginia homes and businesses in 34 counties.
Virginia Tech says it plans to build a new northern Virginia campus that was instrumental in luring a new Amazon headquarters a few blocks north of the originally planned spot.
Plaintiffs in a lawsuit against Charlottesville are requesting a change of venue for the proceedings, citing potential jury bias in the case of what they say was the illegal removal of Confederate monuments.
A Greene County man will be paying tribute to the King of rock and roll, while also raising money to help end childhood cancer.
Some of Charlottesville’s most popular musicians are giving community members an inside look and listen to their music.
The University of Virginia has some extra wildlife flying around and some people on grounds want to keep these creatures for a reason that may surprise you.
As the school year wraps up for students all across central Virginia, parents are looking for some fun activities to keep them entertained. Summer camp season begins.
Volunteers from ‘Donor Diapers’ prepared bags with 20 to 30 disposable diapers and wipes, as well as cream for the first 5 families to arrive.
The weather on Sunday was not perfect for people who wanted to spend the day outside but some families in Charlottesville did not let the rain bother them as they enjoyed some time by the pool.
Foundations supporting the University of Virginia want the state Supreme Court to keep agreements with big donors private.
First responders are always in high demand and on Sunday, some new EMT drivers are getting ready to hit the streets.
A Charlottesville nonprofit is trying to educate people after recently-passed legislation ended Virginia’s practice of suspending driver's licenses for unpaid court fines.
A man threatened another person with a BB gun during an LGBTQ pride parade in the nation's capital and set off a panic that sent hundreds of people, who mistakenly believed gunshots were fired, running in fear, police...
Raquel Monroe beat the odds when she graduated from CHS, after losing her vision due to a brain tumor 2 years prior. On Saturday, her friends and family gathered to surprise the new graduate and congratulate her on her perseverance.
The Charlottesville Swans Synchronized Swimming Group performed for their friends, family and community members at the Fairview Swim and Tennis Club.
People in Keswick got a special chance to take a glimpse behind the gates of some historic churches and landmarks in the area.
The Northside Library held a special program to teach people the philosophies of ‘The Art of Swedish Death Cleaning’ by Margareta Magnusson.
Despite the rain on Saturday, several people braved the elements to check out some sweet rides in Crozet.
On Saturday, the ‘World Peace Love Liberty’ group organized a march down the Downtown Mall where participants held signs and chanted calling for clean water.
Community members in Fluvanna County are raising money for several animal rescue organizations.
On Saturday, Impact Charlottesville - a group bringing together people from different faiths to create change - and the Notre Dame Club of Charlottesville hosted Reverend David T. Link.
On Saturday, the Crozet chapter of Moms Demand Action hosted its ‘Safe Summer Kickoff’ where lawmakers and first responders discussed how to protect against gun violence.
Friday night was the culmination of hard work for some elementary school students participating in an afterschool program.
If you're going to be away on June 11, Saturday, June 8, is your last chance to cast your absentee ballot in Charlottesville's Democratic primary.
Students from the Free Union Country School are using art as a way of working to break barriers with different communities.
People in Charlottesville are celebrating different cultures from across the world.
Charlottesville's Commonwealth's Attorney Joe Platania announced on Friday that "Queen of Virginia" machines violate Virginia law.
Albemarle County's School Board is getting a better handle on how to ensure equity across the division.
Friday, June 7, marked the last day of school for Albemarle County students, but it's also the end of an era at Cale Elementary School.
The James Madison Museum in Orange is now home to a piece of automotive history.
A protest is taking shape in Albemarle County as a philanthropist is raising funds to hoist a Mexican-themed flag near Trump Winery.
The rain on Friday did not keep people from hitting the links to raise money for the Albemarle County Sheriff's Office Foundation.
People at the University of Virginia are learning about another type of biology to help their community.
James Madison's Montpelier is doing what it can to help out monarch butterflies.
Gov. Northam announced that Castle Hill Gaming will invest $1.3 million to expand its corporate headquarters in Albemarle County.
One person is charged in connection with a fire-related incident at a Charlottesville restaurant.
Charlottesville police have arrested two juveniles after responding to an armed home invasion on Thursday night.
The 5th season of ‘Ice Cream With A Cop’ kicks off in Washington Park from noon until 2 p.m. on Saturday, June 8.
Gov. Northam is calling Virginia legislators back to Richmond on July 9 for a special session to address gun violence in the commonwealth.
Governor Northam has announced the winners of the Commonwealth Research Commercialization Fund award, and some of those winners came from right here in central Virginia.
Charlottesville Parks & Recreation will host the first of three Sunday Sundowns on June 9 from 4 p.m. to 7 p.m. at Washington Park Pool.
Summer smog and air pollution in central Virginia increase health risks for people with heart or pulmonary diseases.
Nonprofits in the valley received thousands of dollars Thursday night to support their missions.
Augusta County is getting some brand-new school buses.
It was a very special night for the Charlottesville High School class of 2019, especially for one graduate who beat all the odds.
The Dominion Energy distribution office in Orange County is closing this year.
Virginia State Police has arrested two Nelson County residents Thursday in connection with a fatal crash that claimed the life of a 16-year-old female.
Louisa County Commonwealth’s Attorney Rusty E. McGuire announced today that the Louisa County Circuit Court has found Jason Karsten, 38, guilty of raping a woman at a Louisa County campground last year.
Jenean Simms and Brooks Sims, the two women facing charges in a child abuse case in Orange County, have made their first court appearance.
Charlottesville City Council and Albemarle County Board of Supervisors are teaming up to tackle issues that affect both localities.
Rhett's River Grill and Raw Bar says after 17 years it will be closing its doors and heading out of town on July 15.
People across America are remembering the thousands who made the ultimate sacrifice on June 6, 1944, known as D-Day.
The city of Charlottesville and Albemarle County are reviewing their school lunch programs.
Police officers and athletes are once making their way through Virginia for the annual torch fun for the Special Olympics.
Police have located the body of Henry Christian Morin, who had gone missing in the area of a quarry.
Police have suspended their search for missing 18-year-old Henry Christian Morin in Albemarle County. Crews will continue their efforts Thursday, June 6.
A woman is in the hospital after driving a car into a building on Ridge Street Thursday morning.
The Charlottesville Fire Department responded for a reported house fire in the 800 block of Page Street at 6:29 a.m.
Health officials in northern Virginia are warning the public about potential exposure to measles after a child in the region contracted the illness.
A federal trial is coming to an end in a lawsuit challenging four Virginia abortion laws that women's health groups say are overly restrictive and limit access to abortion in the state.
The Virginia Department of Game and Inland Fisheries is offering three full days of free fishing, June 7-9.
Some third graders at Meriwether Lewis Elementary School are watching their drawings come to life. A collaboration has turned their sketches into working, moving creations.
A Charlottesville native is working to make sure low-income kids can stay cool this summer while also having some fun.
The International Rescue Committee is celebrating its work in the Charlottesville community while raising money to further its efforts.
A traveling community civil rights exhibit on the lynching of John Henry James is now at the Northside Library in Albemarle County.
A museum in downtown Charlottesville is offering free admission for active service members and their families until Labor Day.
The Albemarle County Board of Supervisors gave themselves a raise during Wednesday's meeting, but that's not all they did.
Doctors at the University of Virginia Medical Center are warning the public about a sickness called adenovirus.
A pair of Greene County schools will get major renovations done this summer.
There’s new life in the Old Rapidan Mill on the Orange County/Culpeper County line.
Governor Ralph Northam plans to eliminate Virginia's racial disparity in the maternal mortality rate by 2025.
The treasurer of a Waynesboro PTO who embezzled from the group learned her punishment on Wednesday morning.
A top-grossing band born in Charlottesville is now the first full band to be a Goodwill Ambassador for the United Nations Environmental Programme.
An 18-month investigation into a cockfighting ring in southwestern Virginia has led to the arrest of 80 people, many of them from North Carolina.
Residents of rural Albemarle County say issues they are having with CenturyLink are a matter of life of death.
Bushman Dreyfus Architects hangs art outside of the Landmark Hotel. The pieces were selected as part of the company's 2019 BDA Awards.
Milli Coffee Roasters in Charlottesville has re-opened with a new owner after the previous owner passed away in May.
Teachers at Greer Elementary School in Albemarle County are bringing their classrooms outdoors show teach students lessons on the cycle of life.