Motorcycle collision kills pedestrian
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Crash involved the bicyclist and two motor vehicles, police say.
The US is once again the shark attack capital of the world in 2020. Thanks, Florida!
As Labor Day weekend approaches, the Virginia State Police has a familiar but crucial message for everyone taking to the road: Stay alert and …
Out of the university's pre-arrival testing, there have been 17,090 negative tests and 51 positive tests reported.
UVa's COVID dashboard was updated on Friday with a note that said "pre-arrival testing is not included in the number of positive student cases." Since Aug. 17, 40 positive student cases have been reported.
There were 27 new cases reported in the Thomas Jefferson Health District on Thursday, for a total of 2,336 cases reported since March. The region's fatality count rose by one, for a total of 48 fatalities to date.
On Wednesday, the Thomas Jefferson Health District reported 14 new cases, for a total of 2,167 across the health district. One new hospitalization was reported, for a total of 156 across the region.
Out of today's 20 new cases, five were detected in people between the ages of 20-29; four in people in their 30s and three new cases in children between the ages of 0-9. No new cases were reported in people 70 and older.
The Thomas Jefferson Health District reported 49 new cases on Friday, for a total of 1,884 reported cases with 141 hospitalizations.
Two new fatalities were reported in Charlottesville along with one in Fluvanna County. There have been 44 fatalities associated with the novel coronavirus in the entire health district. There was also one new outbreak reported in one of the region's long-term care facilities.
Both of the new fatalities reported to local and state health officials were in Albemarle County, which has 14 reported fatalities.
On Monday, the Thomas Jefferson Health District reported a total of 1,648 cases across the region it spans. This is a 48-case increase from Sunday's numbers, which hit the 1,600 mark.
A heat wave that drives you to the shore, warm water temperature that draws you to the surf and a yellow flag “for moderate rip currents” that hints at danger, but doesn’t prevent you from swimming: These conditions can prove to be a dangerous, even deadly combination, according to research by the National Weather Service.
Reckless driving and drunk driving almost on par with the past two years, officials say.
First, the good news: The number of people dying on America's roads dropped by nearly 1,000 in 2018. Now, the alarming news: The number of pedestrians and bicyclists killed last year nationally is the highest since 1990.
Waynesboro police released the name Tuesday of the man who was killed by a train this weekend in Waynesboro.