The James River is running between seven and eight feet deep on average and when the river is running this high and fast, it poses a threat to life if someone falls into the river.
Scottsville Volunteer Fire Department Chief Tim Cersley says that it's not a good idea to walk along the river banks for the next few days because the ground could slide away from you.
If this happens you could easily be swept away in the rushing river current.
Chrysler is recalling over 1.5 million vehicles to fix issues that can lead to fires.
The recalls cover 1993 to 2004 Jeep Grand Cherokee and 2002 to 2007 Jeep Liberty models.
The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration says the problem is the gas tanks can catch fire in an accident.
Chrysler originally resisted the recall, saying that it was unnecessary.
On its website, the automaker says the recalls are to fix issues related to the trailer hitch assembly.
The 2nd BBQ, Bands and Brews festival is coming to Fluvanna County this weekend, June 22. 5,000 people are expected to attend with 3 bands, lost of BBQ and a kids zone.
Fluvanna Co. received a grant from The Dave Matthews Band to help build a new amphitheater at Pleasant Grove park.
The Saudi envoy to Lebanon says the kingdom will deport Lebanese citizens who support the militant Hezbollah group because of its role in the Syrian civil war.
The chief executive of ABN Amro says the Dutch bank is ready to be privatized.
Turkey's state-run agency says police have detained 13 more demonstrators suspected of involvement in violence during protests that have swept the country.
Call me a lecher but don't call me a crook, an ex-city official at the heart of a sex tape scandal has said in his unusually spirited courtroom defense against corruption charges.