Gov. McAuliffe is recovering from a procedure after being admitted to a Richmond hospital hours after being at ODU.
Gov. Pat McCrory is picking the Martin Luther King Jr. holiday to name two new members of a state commission that promotes the work of the c…
Elizabeth City police have made the following arrests over the past 90 days:
Gov. McAuliffe kicked off MLK, Jr. Day with a community leaders breakfast at ODU. Then he spoke to WAVY.com one-on-one.
A Maryland man who returned home last month after spending 5 years imprisoned in Cuba will have a prime viewing spot.
It was about a week after the former governor and his wife, Maureen, were found guilty of taking gifts and loans.
The Virginia Republican Party wants the U.S. Senate to investigate whether Democratic Sen. Mark Warner violated federal law.
In a show of trans-Atlantic unity, President Barack Obama and British Prime Minister David Cameron pledged a joint effort on Friday to fight…
Vice President Joe Biden and Secretary of Energy Ernest Muniz stopped by NSU Thursday for a discussion on cybersecurity careers.
Gov. Terry McAuliffe kicked off Virginia’s 2015 legislative session with his State of the Commonwealth address Wednesday night.
Obama will detail his broadband plans Wednesday in Cedar Falls, Iowa, a community that has taken steps to provide high-speed Internet to its…
Del. Joseph D. Morrissey was sworn in Wednesday in front of a group of reporters at his new legislative office on Capitol Square.
There’s a possible new weapon in the fight against campus sexual assaults in Virginia: a bill being proposed in the General Assembly.
Virginia lawmakers are flocking to Richmond for the 2015 legislative session, which begins Wednesday.
The 2015 legislative session kicks off Wednesday with Gov. Terry McAuliffe’s State of the Commonwealth speech in Richmond.
The 2015 legislative session kicks off Wednesday. Here’s a look at what’s on the plates of the state’s political leaders.
Lawmakers have introduced more than 1,000 bills ahead of the General Assembly’s start on Wednesday. Here’s a sampling.
Gov. McAuliffe and said new rules are needed to protect taxpayers from faulty public-private transportation projects.