Charlottesville and Albemarle News Video

  University of Virginia won’t raise undergraduate tuition for 2021-22 school year

The University of Virginia Board of Visitors has approved a plan to freeze undergraduate tuition for the 2021-22 academic year.

  Small businesses in Charlottesville and beyond bouncing back in 2021, study shows

A study suggests small businesses in Charlottesville and across Virginia are starting to turn a corner as we all slowly try to bounce back to normal life.

  Marijuana Legalization_WVIR

The General Assembly legalizes marijuana starting July 1.

  Democratic Debate_WVIR

All five Democrats meet for first debate.

  Youngkin in Charlottesville_WVIR

Gubernatorial candidate Pete Snyder visits Albemarle County.

  Nonprofit asking for donations of old sneakers across central Virginia

With donation locations now at places all around central Virginia, Houses of Wood and Straw is asking for sneakers, in any condition, to be donated.

  Community Public Charter School has region’s only IB Program

Albemarle County Public Schools’ Community Public Charter School is in its first year of the International Baccalaureate program.

  UVA President's Big Splash_WVIR

University of Virginia President Jim Ryan makes a big splash to celebrate NCAA women's swim and diving team win.

  Republican Convention_WVIR

Republicans will host 37 sites across the country for their convention.

  Library Pandemic_WVIR

UVA library system documenting COVID-19.

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  Virginia Institute of Autism returns to daily in-person classes

While many schools are still partially remote due to the coronavirus pandemic, students and staff at the Virginia Institute of Autism are now fully back in the

  VIA returns to daily in-person classes

While many schools are still partially remote due to the coronavirus pandemic, students and staff at the Virginia Institute of Autism are now fully back in the

  Charlottesville man launching last minute bid for council_WVIR

A Charlottesville man is launching a last minute bid of city council.

  Recycling at McIntire_WVIR

McIntire Recycling seeing huge uptick in numbers as people work from home and online shop.

  Vaccine Clinic in Fluvanna County_WVIR

Jefferson Pharmacy is hosting a vaccine clinic in Fluvanna County.

  UVA Lawn Sign Controversy_WVIR

A lawn sign on a University of Virginia lawn room is causing a stir on grounds and beyond.

  Road Improvements_WVIR

Major updates coming to US 250 in Pantops.

  UVA School of Medicine Rett Syndrome_WVIR

A scientist at the UVA School of Medicine is developing a gene therapy for Rett syndrome.

  UVA Physician Blasts Rollout_WVIR

Dr. Ebony Hilton is blasting the CDC and Virginia Department of Health.

  Certified Financial Analyst Institute responds to backlash over layoffs, testing delays

Candidates for the exam administered by Charlottesville-based Certified Financial Analyst Institute say they’re facing test delays.

  Jennifer McClellan K-12_WVIR

Sen. Jennifer McClellan releases K-12 education plan.


Terry McAuliffe rolls out his healthcare plan with a visit to Charlottesville.

  GOP Convention and other option_WVIR

Republicans in Virginia may have another option in addition to May convention.

  CPD internal affairs investigation finds officer violated policy, unlawfully detained innocent man

The Charlottesville Police Department is under fire after an internal affairs investigation revealed an officer unlawfully detained LaQuinn Gilmore in January.

  New data reveals effects of learning loss in Albemarle County Public Schools

New data is showing just how much learning loss is affecting the youngest students in Albemarle County Public Schools. In a key literacy assessment, students be

  Pete Snyder_WVIR

Republican gubernatorial candidate Pete Snyder says Republicans can win statewide despite losses in recent years.


A man who spent decades behind bars is making sure others don't do the same.

  ACPS dealing with bus driver shortage ahead of stage 4 return

Albemarle County Public Schools is moving to stage 4 in just a few weeks, which means more students will be taking the bus to school once again.

  Stop Gun Violence_WVIR

Group working to stop gun violence in NYC is starting a chapter in Charlottesville.

  Back to School_WVIR

Bill aimed at getting children back in school is making its way through General Assembly.



Republican gubernatorial candidate Glenn Youngkin visits Charlottesville.


The Jefferson Trust to award nearly $1 million in grants.

  Dems file lawsuit against Department of Elections

Some democrats running for office file lawsuit against Department of Elections.

  Death Penalty VA_WVIR

Virginia is one step closer to abolishing the death penalty.

  UVA Classes_WVIR

Classes resume at the University of Virginia.


Sen. Mark Warner discusses Biden's COVID recovery plan.