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Tribute video for health care heroes seeks community submitted pictures

A tribute video for healthcare workers is asking the community for help in finishing the project. → Read More

Commission to Examine Racial Inequity in Virginia Law takes aim at current laws with discriminatory impacts

When the Commission to Examine Racial Inequity in Virginia Law was founded one year ago, its task was simple: find racially discriminatory laws still on the books in the commonwealth to be removed. Now, the commission is taking aim at current laws with discriminatory impacts. → Read More

VSU outlines reopening plans for fall semester

Virginia State University has released a preliminary reopening plan this fall amid the COVID-19 pandemic. → Read More

Police searching for 2 suspects in Harrisonburg armed robbery

Police are searching for two suspects after an alleged armed robbery in a Harrisonburg parking lot on Monday, June 8. → Read More

Band-Aid announces new bandages ’that embrace the beauty of diverse skin’

Some will soon be able to purchase Band-Aid bandages that better match their skin tones. → Read More

Missing Nelson County teenager located safe after 4-day search

A missing Afton teenager has been found safe after a 4 day search. → Read More

UVA team wins third-consecutive cybersecurity championship

The University of Virginia won top prize at this year’s National Collegiate Cyber Defense Championship. → Read More

VDH: 37,727 total cases of COVID-19 in Virginia, 1,208 deaths

Check here for the latest Virginia Department of Health statistics on the status of COVID-19 in Virginia. → Read More

Couple teams up with Arc of the Piedmont to bring meals to families

A Charlottesville couple is teaming up with a nonprofit to bring meals to families in need across central Virginia. → Read More

Louisa Police Department makes arrest in “Melon Head” convenience store robbery

The town of Louisa Police Department says it has made an arrest in a convenience store robbery with a fruit-flavored twist. → Read More

Albemarle County School Board receives feedback about Sutherland Middle School name change

The Albemarle County School Board is getting feedback about a possible name change for Sutherland Middle School. → Read More

UVA survey seeks student input on Coronavirus-impacted fall semester

The University of Virginia is asking students for their feedback on how it handles the fall semester during the coronavirus pandemic. → Read More

Emergency pet food drive provides supplies to furry friends and families in need

Furry friends were the focus at an emergency pet food drive for those in need in Waynesboro today. → Read More

UVA WriteClimate project goes virtual to complete single-use plastic art installation

A University of Virginia class with a focus on teaching high school students about climate change and the environment is going virtual. → Read More

Central Virginia wineries report significant crop loss due to frost

April showers bring May flowers, but April frost is what really scares wine makers. → Read More

Gov. Northam seeks immediate parole consideration for ‘Fishback’ inmates

Three-hundred inmates will soon have a chance at parole, thanks to a new Virginia law. → Read More

Sen. Tim Kaine says relief on the way for local governments impacted by coronavirus

Coronavirus is hitting everyone in the wallet, and local governments are no different. → Read More

Man creates device to help illustrate social distancing

A Michigan man created a device to show how far people should stay away for safety amid the coronavirus pandemic. → Read More

UVA student activated by National Guard nearly forced to withdraw from school

One UVA law student is doing more than just getting used to online classes: she’s also helping the Army National Guard’s relief efforts in NYC. However, when the university found out, it said she was in violation of academic policy and said she would have to withdraw. → Read More

UVA professor begins fundraiser for unemployed contract workers

When the University of Virginia closed its classrooms in early March due to COVID-19 concerns, it sent students and professors scrambling. It also left many workers unemployed. → Read More