Virginia is participating in an effort aimed at reducing the use of segregation and restrictive housing in its prisons.
Gov. Terry McAuliffe has signed an executive order requiring future state contractors to agree to a policy that prohibits discrimination aga…
The Washington Redskins have fired defensive coordinator Joe Barry and three others today.
A Virginia lawmaker has introduced legislation similar to North Carolina’s transgender bathroom law.
One day after taking the oath of office, Taylor told 10 On Your Side he is ready to repeal President Barack Obama’s health care law.
Margaret O’Shea asked a federal judge to deny a request from attorneys for condemned inmate Ricky Gray to put his execution on hold.
According to a Security and Exchange Commission filing, Thomas Sullivan has resigned.
Charles J. Colgan, a Democrat who represented Prince William County who was the longest-serving member of the Virginia Senate, has died.
A cartridge-built home meant for a more sustainable, efficient, and enjoyable way of living.
Texting while driving has been illegal for years, but one state lawmaker wants to make all cell phone use illegal while operating a vehicle.
McAuliffe has proposed several legislative reforms to Virginia’s criminal justice system for the 2017 General Assembly session.
Influenza cases are increasing in Virginia and the virus is now widespread.
Two fundraising efforts to support a Virginia Beach teacher injured in a house fire surpassed $14,000, as of Monday night.
Portsmouth recorded 13 homicides in 2016 compared to 27 in 2015.
Congressman-elect Scott Taylor is in Washington D.C. preparing to be sworn in as Hampton Roads’ newest Congressman in the 115th Congress.