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CPD Investigating shots fired
CPD Investigating shots fired

According to the Charlottesville Police Department's Twitter, police responded to a call for shots fired around 7:45 p.m. in the 100 block of Stewart Circle.

CPD investigating shooting on Downtown Mall leaving one injured

CPD investigating shooting on Downtown Mall leaving one injured

According to a post on Facebook, CPD officers were patrolling the area of the 200 block of E. Market Street at around 1:45 am Saturday morning, when they heard several shots fired. 

Federal judge rules against NCAA in case spearheaded by Miyares

Federal judge rules against NCAA in case spearheaded by Miyares

A federal judge in Tennessee blocked the NCAA from enforcing its rules prohibiting name, image, and likeness from being utilized in the athlete recruitment process. 

Brick by Brick: Low vacancies on the Downtown Mall

Brick by Brick: Low vacancies on the Downtown Mall

There are six vacant storefronts on the Downtown Mall. Six months ago, there were 11. With 191 storefronts altogether, that brings the vacancy rate to just over 3 percent.

Heart disease affects women differently

Heart disease affects women differently

Did you know heart disease is the number one killer of women in the United States? Friday, UVA Health discussed prevention and treatment for it.

UPDATE: Wanted man in custody

UPDATE: Wanted man in custody

The Greene County Sheriff's Office reports Thomas Wayne Collier is now in custody.

WinterSongs to raise money for local shelter, teach young women about sexual violence

WinterSongs to raise money for local shelter, teach young women about sexual violence

The 10th annual WinterSongs concert benefiting Shelter for Help in Emergency is Saturday. WinterSongs is a collaboration between multiple all-girl choirs from area schools.

Trump's lawyers call for dismissal of classified documents case, citing presidential immunity

Trump's lawyers call for dismissal of classified documents case, citing presidential immunity

Former President Donald Trump is urging a federal judge in Florida to dismiss the criminal case charging him with illegally retaining classified documents.

Biden tells governors he's eyeing executive action on immigration, seems 'frustrated' with lawyers

Biden tells governors he's eyeing executive action on immigration, seems 'frustrated' with lawyers

President Joe Biden is telling the nation's governors that he's exploring what executive actions he can take to address migration across the southern border after a bipartisan deal collapsed in Congress this month.

U.S. and E.U. pile new sanctions on Russia for the Ukraine war's 2nd anniversary and Navalny's death

U.S. and E.U. pile new sanctions on Russia for the Ukraine war's 2nd anniversary and Navalny's death

The United States and the European Union are heaping hundreds of new sanctions on Russia on the eve of the second anniversary of its invasion of Ukraine and in retaliation for the death of Kremlin critic Alexei Navalny.

Netanyahu seeks open-ended control over security and civilian affairs in Gaza in new postwar plan

Netanyahu seeks open-ended control over security and civilian affairs in Gaza in new postwar plan

Israel seeks open-ended control over security and civilian affairs in the Gaza Strip, according to a long-awaited postwar plan by Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu.

Pennsylvania seeks legal costs from county that let outsiders access voting machines to help Trump

Pennsylvania seeks legal costs from county that let outsiders access voting machines to help Trump

A rural Pennsylvania county and its elected officials may have to pay the state's elections agency hundreds of thousands of dollars to reimburse it for legal fees and litigation costs.

Trump says he strongly supports IVF after Alabama court ruling puts new pressure on Republicans

Trump says he strongly supports IVF after Alabama court ruling puts new pressure on Republicans

Former President Donald Trump says he would 'strongly support the availability' of in vitro fertilization for couples who are trying to have a baby.

AT&T says the outage to its U.S. cellphone network was not caused by a cyberattack

AT&T says the outage to its U.S. cellphone network was not caused by a cyberattack

The Dallas-based company blamed the outage Thursday on an error in coding while it was expanding its network, without elaborating.

Virginia lawmakers send Youngkin bills to increase the minimum wage to $15 an hour

Virginia lawmakers send Youngkin bills to increase the minimum wage to $15 an hour

Democrats who control the Virginia General Assembly have sent Republican Gov. Glenn Youngkin legislation that would increase the state's minimum wage to $15 per hour in 2026.

Project to close part of St. Cecilia Avenue in Mineral

Project to close part of St. Cecilia Avenue in Mineral

The Louisa County Sheriff’s Office says the contractor has said the closure will start either Monday or Tuesday, weather permitting.

Deeds' bill for Prescription Drug Affordability Board passes House of Delegates, headed to Youngkin's desk

Deeds' bill for Prescription Drug Affordability Board passes House of Delegates, headed to Youngkin's desk

The legislation passed the House of Delegates on Friday by a 50-47 vote.

Storm sewer repair project to close one lane of East Market

Storm sewer repair project to close one lane of East Market

City officials report there will be a storm sewer repair and sanitary point repair along the 900 block of East Market Street next week.

Virtual meeting on ADA Transition Plan progress coming up

Virtual meeting on ADA Transition Plan progress coming up

Charlottesville residents can learn more about the city’s ongoing Americans with Disabilities Act Transition Plan at an upcoming virtual meeting.

4 charged in transporting suspected Iranian-made weapons. 2 SEALs died in intercepting the ship

4 charged in transporting suspected Iranian-made weapons. 2 SEALs died in intercepting the ship

Four foreign nationals have been arrested and charged with transporting suspected Iranian-made weapons after U.S. naval forces interdicted a vessel in the Arabian Sea last month.

Seeking information on missing Manassas man

Seeking information on missing Manassas man

Sultan Abdu Menfort was last seen Feb. 17 at a bus stop by Canterbury Village.

OCDSS reminding clients to update phone number

OCDSS reminding clients to update phone number

Beginning March 31, calls to the old phone number will no longer be forwarded to the county Department of Social Services.

Woman sentenced to life in prison for death of Augusta County toddler

Woman sentenced to life in prison for death of Augusta County toddler

Candi Royer was sentenced for the murder of Khaleesi Cuthriell.

Missing Virginia Tech student seen in Missouri restaurant

Missing Virginia Tech student seen in Missouri restaurant

The Montgomery County Sheriff’s Office in Virginia posted that 20-year-old Johnny Roop was seen in a restaurant in Poplar Bluff, Missouri on Feb. 21.

Three charged for shooting on Cedar Hill Road

Three charged for shooting on Cedar Hill Road

The shooting occurred around 5:40 p.m. Feb. 1 in the area of Cedar Hill Road and Dellmead Lane.

City Council shows support for ranked-choice voting

City Council shows support for ranked-choice voting

Former state Delegate Sally Hudson, who ran for State Senate in 2023 but ultimately lost in the Democratic primary, is still trying to make her dent on democracy.