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Stories with place: Charlottesville
  • Virginia lacrosse coach out after 24 years, 4 championships 
    Updated: May-23-16 7:06 pm

    CHARLOTTESVILLE, Virginia - Virginia says hall of fame men's lacrosse coach Dom Starsia is out after leading the Cavaliers to four national championships, 13 Final Fours and six Atlantic Coast Conference titles in 24 seasons as coach.

  • Report: Virginia has a school suspension 'crisis' 
    Updated: May-20-16 3:56 pm

    CHARLOTTESVILLE, Virginia - Virginia schools have been pushing students out of school through "widespread, discriminatory overuse" of suspension and expulsion, putting them further at risk of becoming part of the criminal-justice system, according to a nonprofit organization focused on children's legal advocacy.

  • Fortune-teller admits to stealing money to lift 'curses' 
    Updated: May-18-16 11:25 am

    CHARLOTTESVILLE, Virginia - A fortune-teller in Virginia has pleaded guilty to committing mail fraud and stealing more than $1 million from her former clients in exchange for "lifting their curse."

  • Judge hears arguments on frat's suit against Rolling Stone 
    Updated: May-18-16 10:29 am

    CHARLOTTESVILLE, Virginia - A Virginia judge says that when he read Rolling Stone's now-discredited story about a rape at the University of Virginia, he got the impression that a fraternity was the main villain.

  • Judge hears arguments on frat's suit against Rolling Stone 
    Updated: May-18-16 10:12 am

    CHARLOTTESVILLE, Virginia - A Virginia judge says that when he read Rolling Stone's now-discredited story about a rape at the University of Virginia, he got the impression that a fraternity was the main villain.

  • Another trial delay granted for accused flight attendant 
    Updated: May-17-16 9:14 am

    BISMARCK, North Dakota - A federal judge in North Dakota has granted a third trial delay for an Arizona-based flight attendant accused of disrupting SkyWest flights in the upper Midwest and on the East Coast last year.

  • 'A beautiful story': City rededicating, restoring cemetery 
    Updated: May-08-16 11:57 am

    CHARLOTTESVILLE, Virginia - The Daughters of Zion Cemetery was placed on the National Register of Historic Places in 2010, but there are no markers that make the designation - or the Charlottesville cemetery's cultural significance - known. Instead, there's stray trash and sinking and broken gravestones.

  • Virginia high schools move state championships from Liberty 
    Updated: May-06-16 12:47 pm

    CHARLOTTESVILLE, Virginia - The Virginia High School League has moved 14 state tournament events away from Liberty University, including two football championship games, after remarks the college's president made about Muslims.

  • League to move most state championships from Liberty U. 
    Updated: May-06-16 11:19 am

    CHARLOTTESVILLE, Virginia - The Virginia High School League has moved 14 state tournament events away from Liberty University, including two football championship games, after remarks the college's president made about Muslims.

  • Sophomore quarterback Nick Johns to transfer from Virginia 
    Updated: May-05-16 1:38 pm

    CHARLOTTESVILLE, Virginia - Sophomore quarterback Nick Johns says he is transferring from Virginia.

  • Virginia man admits faking cancer scheme 
    Updated: May-04-16 10:29 am

    BECKLEY, West Virginia - A Virginia man has admitted to a phony cancer scheme involving The Greenbrier resort.

  • Former East Carolina coach rejuvenated by job at Virginia story has photos
    Updated: May-03-16 6:05 pm

    CHARLOTTESVILLE, Virginia - Ruffin McNeill no longer commands the corner office where the head coach can wow recruits and their parents with polished wood paneling decor, highlight films playing on a big screen and other signs of the trappings of playing football at his university.

  • University of Virginia announces plan to be greener 
    Updated: May-02-16 10:02 am

    CHARLOTTESVILLE, Virginia - The University of Virginia has released a new plan to roll back energy use, emissions and waste.

  • Home long thought to be Monroe's turns out to be guest house story has photos
    Updated: Apr-28-16 4:16 am

    For decades, a modest farmhouse in central Virginia was thought to be what remained of President James Monroe's home in Charlottesville, Virginia. It turns out, historians were wrong.

  • Community college gets advanced manufacturing grant 
    Updated: Apr-26-16 8:20 am

    CHARLOTTESVILLE, Virginia - Piedmont Virginia Community College is getting a $439,000 grant to establish a two-year degree program in advanced manufacturing.