(Metro) BlackBerry's new smart phone goes on sale Wednesday, and according to the "Wall Street Journal" it will cost $599 in the U.S.
The square-screen smart phone they're calling, the "Passport" is being priced lower than its rivals to generate more interest in the market, according to BlackBerry Chief Executive John Chen.
(Metro) Over 20 percent of Americans who were laid off in the past five years are still unemployed.
A new study from Rutgers University also shows that many of those who found jobs are working in temporary or part-time positions.
Others are employed full-time for much less than they made before.
Nearly half of those who managed to get full-time work said their new job doesn't pay as well as their previous one.
Two local photographers are turning the traditional silhouette into a new and modern art form.
The Young Black Professionals Network of Charlottesville hosted a voter registration training session at the First Baptist Church in Charlottesville. The groups will go out to neighborhoods and try to register people to vote.
The Virginia football team dropped its second game to a ranked team this season, losing 41-33 to No. 21 BYU on Saturday in Provo, Utah.
Final scores from Friday September 19.
Virginia moved to 10-0 on the season by beating Miami 3-1 Saturday.
The Virginia men's soccer team is getting ready for the toughest test of its season so far, when they host the reigning national champion, Notre Dame, on Sunday.
Britain's Prime Minister David Cameron has been overheard describing his nervousness about the Scotland referendum and how Queen Elizabeth II appeared relieved when he called to tell her the result.
The family of a U.S. Marine imprisoned in Iran on Tuesday came to New York, where world leaders are gathered for the UN General Assembly, to press his case and plead for him to be reunited with his dying father.
The possibility of ISIS terrorists from Europe returning home after training and fighting with the terror group is raising concern among European leaders.