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Two water-protection groups are seeking a say in a lawsuit aimed at ending Virginia's decades-long moratorium on uranium mining.
With four case of flu already confirmed in Waynesboro, hundreds showed up at the Augusta Health Center to receive free flu shots without having to get out of their cars. 
Virginia senators Mark Warner and Tim Kaine joined fellow Senate democrats to unveil principles for new gun safety legislation on the steps of the U.S. Capitol Thursday.
College students and faculty members tackled the topic of inequalities that ethnic minority youths face at the two day conference Thursday. 
Transportation officials from five jurisdictions met for the first time ever at the Crozet Library to collaborate on I-64 commuting. 
The state attorney general's office will continue ramping up its efforts to combat the dangers of heroin and prescription drugs.
The city of Charlottesville has been recognized as a 2015 WaterSense Partner of the Year by the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency
A Charlottesville man acquitted of murder is again in police custody. Officers arrested Tsaye Simpson during a traffic stop along 5th Street after midnight Thursday.
Despite health problems from a pinched nerve, 14-year-old Ashton Ryan continues his tradition of holding a coat drive on his birthday.
Utility work at the intersection of Dominion Drive and Route 29 in Albemarle County requires that the eastbound lane and right turn movement from Dominion Drive onto Route 29 south be closed to traffic for the next three weeks.
The Small Business Commission held a meeting focusing on workforce issues Thursday, but one of the topics getting a lot of attention was the definition of small business.
A Charlottesville organization dedicated to enhancing art and creativity in people with disabilities handed out some special honors Thursday.
Preparations are underway for the 22nd Annual Martha's Market at the John Paul Jones Arena in Charlottesville.
Charlottesville police officers are learning different ways to approach and view the issue of domestic violence.
Approximately 800,000 Virginians have signed up for the Great SouthEast ShakeOut, a multistate earthquake drill set for Oct. 15.  Gov. McAuliffe has proclaimed the date Earthquake ShakeOut Day to encourage participation.
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