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Two lawmakers outline the next legislative steps for changing policies surrounding ABC agents enforcement powers following an event with PVCC students Monday.
Virginia Tech says increasing tuition and fees is necessary to offset budget cuts and state-mandated costs.
Once banned, hemp will now be the focus of research at Virginia State University and Virginia Tech. Gov. Terry McAuliffe signed legislation in March to clear the way for the research.
Staunton police need your help piecing together what led up to an early morning shooting. 
According to Waynesboro police a Staunton man has been charged with felony theft after he stole two packages of underwear from Walmart Sunday.
The Augusta Co. Board of Supervisors will ask the public about a number of new tax increases in the coming months. The board will hold a public hearing on April 15.
Albemarle County police teamed up with a number of organizations to raise awareness and keep residents from becoming a victim of violence.
An Amherst Co. attorney has filed suit on behalf of the commonwealth to keep Sweet Briar College open. The suit alleges that closing the college would violate the will of the school's founder.
Places for lodging camping and recreation inside the Shenandoah National Park are gearing up for spring and summer tourist with a lot of big changes this year.
The FAA and the National Transportation Safety Board are in Orange County investigating a fatal plane crash that killed 16-year-old Ryan McCall of Spotsylvania Sunday.
Students living on the University of Virginia Lawn are covering their doors in black tablecloths to show support for their classmate Martese Johnson.
Cured: Central Virginia Bacon Festival will be held May 3 at the nTelos Wireless Pavilion. Tickets go on sale Friday.
The University of Virginia Cancer Center is hosting a free screening of "Cancer: The Emperor of All Maladies" at the Paramount Theater on Monday.
Police will be directing traffic as McIntire Rd. is paved between Harris Street and the Route 250 Bypass starting on Tuesday. Work also continues on the ramps serving McIntire Rd. and John W. Parkway.
Governor McAuliffe announced that Shenandoah Growers, Inc. will expand its existing organic herb nursery greenhouse and production facility in Rockingham County.
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