Emergency legislation was approved, allowing health insurance companies to renew plans that do not meet Affordable Care Act standards.
Virginia is awarding a series of grants to preserve historic Civil War battlefields.
Republican Ed Gillespie has conceded the Virginia Senate race to the Democratic incumbent, Mark Warner.
Norfolk voters overwhelmingly voted yes for an elected school board. On Tuesday’s ballot, 85 percent supported the referendum.
An affiliate of health care services and information technology company McKesson Corp. is expanding in Henrico County, creating 225 jobs.
The former mayor of North Carolina’s largest city is scheduled to appear before a federal judge after elections records show he voted in the…
Republican challenger in Virginia’s U.S. Senate race, Ed Gillespie, wants to wait until all the votes are counted.
Senator Mark Warner celebrated Tuesday night, after what looked like a slim victory against challenger Ed Gillespie.
What does the Republican landslide in the U.S. Senate mean? Political observers say it means nothing, if Republicans can’t fix the gridlock.
Republican Ed Gillespie said Wednesday he was still waiting for a final vote tally in the race against incumbent U.S. Sen. Mark Warner.
10 On Your Side has learned at least two poll workers in Virginia Beach did not follow procedure on Election Day, Tuesday.
North Carolina Sen.-elect Thom Tillis says his victory over incumbent Kay Hagan came as no surprise because projections taken about two week…
More North Carolina residents voted than ever before for a midterm election this fall. But they didn’t make history when it comes to turnout…
Pat Mullins said Wednesday he’s ready to retire and will resign from his current post when Republicans pick a new chairman next year.
Virginia voters have overwhelmingly approved a constitutional amendment to provide a real estate tax exemption to the surviving spouses of U…
After Republican election gains, President Obama pledged to turn divided government into a force for good rather than gridlock.