The Charlottesville City Council struggled to figure out how to spend a big budget surplus at Monday’s meeting.
A hidden camera captured members of a violent white supremacist group expressing hope that violence at a gun rights rally in Virginia.
The Virginia Senate has advanced legislation that would allow authorities to take guns away from people deemed dangerous to themselves or others.
Virginia lawmakers have advanced Senate bills that make voting easier.
The Virginia Senate has advanced legislation to scrap the state's Lee-Jackson holiday celebrating two Confederate generals.
A West Virginia senator is inviting the National Rifle Association to move to his state as lawmakers pursue gun-control measures in neighboring Virginia.
The owner of a rabid dog in Fluvanna County that attacked a young girl at a school bus stop is facing a new and more serious charge: animal cruelty.
The city of Charlottesville wants to add a new Spanish-speaking sister city.
This year is a big one for Virginia voters with three very important dates when voters can make their voices heard.
MeTV Charlottesville moved to channel 210 on Comcast Xfinity channel lineup in January.
Virginia Education Association will gather for "Fund the Future" rally on Jan. 27.
Dike III fishing platform at Lake Anna to be demolished due to age and deterioration.
Professional genealogist Shelley Murphy will lead a session on best strategies to research family genealogy.
Goodwill Industries will provide job seeker workshops in January and February.
Charlottesville City Council to hold last regular meeting for the month of January on Tuesday.
Abundant Life Ministries marked Martin Luther King, Jr. Day with a march through the Prospect neighborhood, a fellowship dinner and more.
The busy holiday shopping season is over, but AARP Virginia says porch pirates may still be watching for those unattended packages on the porch.
Thousands exercised their First Amendment rights in Richmond to make sure their Second Amendment rights are protected.
Among the thousands who attended the gun rights rally in Richmond, there were some minorities and women who had their own reasons to support the message.
Some Orange county community members used the MLK holiday to walk for a cause.
The "Broadcasters for Blood" drive was hosted by area radio stations and news organizations at the DoubleTree by Hilton.
Community members attended seventh annual "Continuing His Dream and Works" event on Monday.
In honor of Martin Luther King, Jr. Day, students, teachers, and parents "Walked a Mile for Martin."
The Albemarle County Police Department says a scam artist is calling area residents claiming to be a police officer who has a warrant to arrest the potential victim.
Gun dealers in Virginia say sales soared in December due to growing fears of increased firearms restrictions backed by Democrats who control the state government.
Thousands of gun-rights activists gathers to protest gun-control legislation in Richmond.