A conservative group won’t be getting access to emails belonging to a former UVa. climate researcher, after a decision Thursday by the Virginia Supreme Court.
Justices upheld a judge’s ruling that Michael Mann’s emails are exempt from the state’s Freedom of Information Act.
The American Tradition Institute requested the records. The group disagrees with Mann’s theories about global warming.
The court ruled the emails were exempt from the request because they deal with academic research.
Two multi-vehicle crashes closed down part of a busy Albemarle County road this morning.
It happened at the intersection of Broomley and Ivy roads.
Six cars were involved in the two accidents – which appear to be connected.
Police say the second accident may have been a chain reaction to the first, after drivers took their eyes off the road to see what happened.
No one was injured in either accident, but one driver was trapped in a car, pinned underneath another vehicle.
One driver in the first crash has been charged with following too closely. Charges are pending for second accident.
This summer, the state will make changes to how it regulates farms and farm breweries. That means changes are in store locally, too, in order to comply with the new rules.
Charlottesville police are continuing to investigate a reported home invasion and stabbing. It happened around 10 p.m. Tuesday night in the 2100-block of Angus Road.
Top-ranked Virginia and Radford waited less than an hour before pulling the plug on Tuesday's scheduled baseball game at Davenport Field.
After almost a decade as a high school assistant, Brandon Isaiah is getting his first shot at a head football coaching job.
Courtney Swan had five goals and three assists in Virginia's big win at rival Virginia Tech.
Last Saturday, Virginia rising senior cornerback DreQuan Hoskey was on the field at Scott Stadium playing in the Cavaliers' annual spring game. This weekend, he'll be in Chapel Hill with the UVa track and field team for the ACC Outdoor Championships.
Top diplomats from the United States, European Union, Russia and Ukraine reached agreement after marathon talks Thursday on immediate steps to ease the crisis in Ukraine.
Here is the joint statement issued by the foreign ministers of the U.S., Russia, Ukraine and European Union after seven hours of talks Thursday in Geneva: ___ The Geneva meeting on the situation in Ukraine agreed on initial concrete steps to de-escalate tensions and restore security for all citizens.
Secretary of State John Kerry says diplomats from Russia, the United States, the European Union and Ukraine have agreed on a series of steps aimed at de-escalating violence in strife-ridden Ukraine.
A military officer in South Sudan said about 12 people were killed and dozens injured when an angry mob of armed youths stormed a U.N.