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Outrage over Roe v. Wade reversal
Outrage over Roe v. Wade reversal

Just five hours after the ruling was released, hundreds of protesters gathered at the federal courthouse in Charlottesville.

Marking 50th anniversary of Hurricane Agnes

Marking 50th anniversary of Hurricane Agnes

June 22 was the 50th anniversary of Hurricane Agnes, a storm that caused major flooding for much of the Mid-Atlantic, especially Virginia.

Stay Local, Play Local: Virginia is for Adventurers

Stay Local, Play Local: Virginia is for Adventurers

In this Stay Local, Play Local segment, Tara Fisher talks about area scavenger hunts that will be taking place through Virginia is for Adventurers.

Community Counts: Foothills Child Advocacy Center

Community Counts: Foothills Child Advocacy Center

In this Community Counts segment, Bo Sykes sits down with Cynthia Hurst of Foothills Child Advocacy Center to talk about childhood mental health concerns.

Police ask for help to find missing man

Police ask for help to find missing man

William Craig Hurley of Maryland was reported missing in the Albemarle County area on Friday.

Overnight closures of Barracks Road to expedite waterline project

Overnight closures of Barracks Road to expedite waterline project

The Charlottesville Department of Utilities will close Barracks Road due to the ongoing waterline project.

Test of, public meeting on new alert system coming up

Test of, public meeting on new alert system coming up

FEMA will be hosting the meeting to get public comment on a plan to change the alert and notification system for nuclear power plant emergencies.

Charlottesville keeps high credit rating

Charlottesville keeps high credit rating

Both S&P Global Ratings and Moody’s Investor Services gave the city the highest rating of AAA.

REC nearing the completion of outage restoration

REC nearing the completion of outage restoration

REC is nearing the completion of restoring power for its residents.

Working to address affordable housing needs

Working to address affordable housing needs

June has been declared National Homeownership Month, proclaiming that every American should be able to 'afford to rent or own' a home.

Local company receiving DHS research and development grant funding

Local company receiving DHS research and development grant funding

The DHS Science and Technology Directorate awarded nearly $4.5 million in grants for Phase 1 of its Small Business Innovation Research program.

Listening sessions focus on meat processing industry issues

Listening sessions focus on meat processing industry issues

One such session was recently held in Buckingham County, where farmers and agricultural experts talked about challenges and opportunities.

Jesse Brookins named Director of Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion

Jesse Brookins named Director of Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion

Albemarle County Executive Jeff Richardson has named Jesse Brookins as the Director of Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion.

Phone system outage at Wilderness Branch

Phone system outage at Wilderness Branch

Recent stormy weather has caused a problem for the phones at one of the branches of the Orange County Library system.

State of Minority Health forum held at Buford Middle School

State of Minority Health forum held at Buford Middle School

State of Minority Health Forum was held at Buford Middle school to discuss better access to healthcare for minority communities.

Greene County glamping is back and could be here to stay

Greene County glamping is back and could be here to stay

After being originally shot down by the Greene County Board of Supervisors, the plan is back in a new location.

Albemarle County testing partnership for eviction prevention

Albemarle County testing partnership for eviction prevention

The program connects people with legal resources to help them fight the eviction procedure.

Busy day in Washington with Supreme Court ruling, Senate pushing forward gun safety legislation

Busy day in Washington with Supreme Court ruling, Senate pushing forward gun safety legislation

The Senate's Gun Control Safety Legislation passed on a 65-34 vote count on Thursday to end the Republican filibuster.

'Hardwood Journeys:' Louisa County's Sylvie Jackson

'Hardwood Journeys:' Louisa County's Sylvie Jackson

Louisa County's Sylvie Jackson never knew the distances the sport of basketball would take her when she signed up for a boy's rec league team in third grade.

VHSL celebrates 50th anniversary of Title IX

VHSL celebrates 50th anniversary of Title IX

The sports landscape changed 50 years ago for female athletes with Title IX signed into law and five decades later the impact was clear on the face of every person at the VHSL celebration on Thursday.

Spotted lanternfly quarantine zone being expanded to include Albemarle County

Spotted lanternfly quarantine zone being expanded to include Albemarle County

The expansion will go into effect in July.

Doctors expecting good turnout at upcoming vaccine clinics for kids

Doctors expecting good turnout at upcoming vaccine clinics for kids

From 8 a.m. to 12 p.m. Saturday, the UVA Children’s Hospital will be holding a vaccination clinic for children under the age of five.

Charlottesville Opera hosting an Opera in the Park event

Charlottesville Opera hosting an Opera in the Park event

Charlottesville is hosting a one-time event called Opera in the Park event on June 25. This is an event you do not want to miss.

Material delays impacting road work projects

Material delays impacting road work projects

VDOT’s Lynchburg District has a couple of projects in Buckingham County that are being affected by supply chain issues.

PHA, two other Virginia organizations get funding for affordable housing

PHA, two other Virginia organizations get funding for affordable housing

Senators Mark Warner and Tim Kaine announced $9 million in federal funding on Thursday.

Work to clean up storm debris on primary roads finally completed

Work to clean up storm debris on primary roads finally completed

The Virginia Department of Transportation says work to clean up debris from the Jan. 3 snowstorm has finally been finished.