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Court documents show that three UVA graduates profiled in a debunked account of a gang rape in a retracted Rolling Stone magazine story are suing the publication and the article's author.
Search warrants reveal new information about a shooting in Charlottesville that left a man seriously wounded. Officers believe Quayshon Cowan shot Derrick Washington.
The Republican presidential contest has grown to 17 candidates with the entry of Jim Gilmore. The former Virginia governor filed the necessary paperwork with the Federal Election Commission Wednesday.
The University of Virginia is making an effort to increase the number of minority students interested in graduate education.
Governor McAuliffe kicked off the Virginia Family Access to Medical Insurance Security (FAMIS) program’s back-to-school enrollment campaign at VCU Wednesday.
The second Virginia State Police report stemming from the controversial arrest of UVA student Martese Johnson is complete.
The future of Sweet Briar College was in limbo until a courtroom deal saved it. Now the college's new president, Phillip Stone, is working to revive the school.
Schools in central Virginia are asking families to step up to house international students.
More police departments in Virginia are moving forward with purchasing body cameras for their officers. 
VDOT is adjusting the timing and sequencing of the daytime traffic signals at the Rio Road and John Warner Parkway intersection.
UVA researchers say they have discovered strange rings of DNA that could possibly be used as an indicator of different types of cancer. 
The man accused of murdering two Charlottesville women in 2014 will face a jury next year.  Wednesday morning a judge set Gene Washington's trial date for May 23, 2016.  
A UVA professor is building a digital database of early polygamous marriages among Mormons to understand their nature, internal logic, and resistance to conventional 19th-century norms.
Thirty-five-year-old Dwayne Lee White of Staunton is now in custody on several weapons charges, including shooting into an occupied dwelling.
The National Endowment for the Humanities has announced $2.9 million in grants for 13 projects in Virginia, including five at the University of Virginia.
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