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The Shenandoah National Park reports that all of the trails and roads impacted by the wildfire in its southern district are now open.
Deputies with the Madison County Sheriff's Office say an altercation led to a shooting.
Dominion Virginia Power has proposed a new fuel rate that it says will lower the average customer’s power bill.
The company wants to reduce a fuel charge which would lower a typical customer’s bill by about 3.8% or about $4.35.
The fuel charge makes up about 20% of the average bill, and a power company is not allowed to profit from the fee.
If approved, that rate change would take effect July 1st.
A Charlottesville man could face up to 20 years in federal prison for a phony cancer scheme.
Fifty-seven-year-old Carmelo Carrozza pleaded guilty to wire fraud Tuesday.
Carrozza worked at The Greenbriar and lied to management in June of 2013 saying he had cancer. He left the resort, still collecting his salary, but instead of getting cancer treatments, Carrozza got a job at the UVA Darden School Foundation.
He has now agreed to pay back the more than $48,000 he received from the resort.
Sentencing is August 17.
The Virginia women's tennis team is back in the NCAA Tournament as they draw a 14-seed and will host first and second round match ups.
No. 13 Virginia used a four-run fifth inning to take control of Tuesday's visit to Liberty, and wrapped up an eight-game road swing by beating the Flames 7-3.
Coming off one of the best seasons in Virginia basketball history, guard Malcolm Brogdon has reportedly been invited to this year's NBA Draft Combine.
Last month, William Monroe freshman, Sam Brunelle received a letter that very few athletes will ever get the chance to open. The 6'2" 15-year-old has been invited to try out for the U-17 US National Girls Basketball team.
The chair of the U.N.
The former head of Argentina's air force and two ex-subordinates are on trial for alleged abduction and disappearance of activists during the South American nation's 1976-1983 dictatorship.
A raging wildfire emptied Canada's main oil sands city, destroying entire neighborhoods of Fort McMurray, Alberta, where officials warned Wednesday that all efforts to suppress the fire have failed.