Farmland preservation grants totaling near $1.6 million were awarded to six Va. localities, including some in Hampton Roads.
President Obama laid out plans as part of a push for new cybersecurity legislation, but some of his plans are retreads from years past.
A Metro malfunction Monday left a multitude of unanswered questions a day later, so Sen. Mark Warner is demanding information.
Henrico Republican state Sen. Walter Stosch says he is retiring at the end of this term.
Bob McDonnell has filed a notice of appeal, challenging his conviction. In the meantime, he must report to prison by February 9.
Lawyers say the appeal of former Virginia Gov. Bob McDonnell’s corruption convictions could take almost as long as his two-year prison sente…
A full year into his term as governor, Democrat Terry McAuliffe says he has a nearly perfect track record.
Virginia lawmakers comment on the approval of the Keystone XL Pipeline in the U.S. House of Representatives.
The House overwhelmingly passed a bill authorizing the Keystone XL oil pipeline, despite a White House pledge to veto it.
Right before sentencing Bob McDonnell, the judge addressed 10 On Your Side’s investigation into his past with the former governor.
Gov. McAuliffe called former Gov. McDonnell’s sentencing a “sad day” for the Commonwealth, and outlined plans for ethics reform.
In Norfolk Wednesday morning, Governor McAuliffe discussed his plan for education legislation in the upcoming General Assembly.
The company will be adding more printer cartridge production lines, increasing its toner manufacturing and filling.
A Norfolk attorney experienced in federal defense cases said he’d be “doing back flips” at the sentence, had he represented McDonnell.
One of the character witnesses to testify at Tuesday’s sentencing hearing for former Gov. Bob McDonnell spoke only to WAVY.com.
Lawmakers, including Virginia Gov. Terry McAuliffe, have released statements following Bob McDonnell’s sentencing Tuesday.
Bob McDonnell spoke to a crowd outside the Richmond courthouse where he was sentenced to two years in prison for corruption.
U.S. Attorney Dana Boente spoke with WAVY News shortly after former Gov. Bob McDonnell was sentenced to two years in prison.