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The Albemarle County Police Department is considering having its officers wear body cameras, and it's holding a discussion with the public on the topic.
A man running to become the Albemarle County Commonwealth's Attorney will be in court later this month for speeding in a school zone.
(Metro) Virginia Democrat Mark Warner is the latest U.S. senator to endorse the Iran nuclear deal.
Warner yesterday announced that the agreement "is the best option for advancing the goal of keeping Iran from obtaining a nuclear weapon."
Fellow Virginia Democratic Senator Tim Kaine has already announced support for the deal, which now has enough senators on board to prevent an override of a presidential veto if it comes to that.
(Metro) Virginia is among the best places to retire in the country.
A recent report from WalletHub says Chesapeake is the top place in the state to retire and the 52nd-best in the U.S.
The website ranked the 150 largest U.S. cities on factors like affordability and quality of life.
Richmond and Norfolk were back to back at 57 and 58, respectively, while Newport News was 64th and Virginia Beach was 72nd
The new floor is a lighter color than the old one, which brightens the entire gym. The high definition video boards hang on walls on either side, in plain sight of fans in the bleachers. And at center court is the school's ubiquitous V-sabre logo -- which had been conspicuously absent from the cold court.
New England Patriots quarterback Tom Brady can suit up for his team's season opener after a judge erased his four-game suspension for "Deflategate."
Mike London is back for his sixth season as head coach of the Virginia football team, but there is plenty that's new about his Wahoos heading into Saturday's season opener against UCLA.
Click for Thursday night's prep scores involving fall sports teams from Central Virginia.
A top official of Russia's only non-state elections monitoring organization says the group is considering liquidating after being declared a foreign agent.
Europe is struggling to manage its worst refugee emergency since World War II, but that's nothing to the numbers that Syria's neighbors are forced to cope with.
The Czech Republic's counter-intelligence agency says the number of Russian spies remains high and they are particularly interested in the country's nuclear program.