Virginia’s infrastructure gets a C-minus in a report card issued by a civil engineer group.
House Republicans say Gov. Terry McAuliffe has implemented a poorly conceived plan to provide health care coverage for low-income Virginians…
A proposed bill that’s raising some eyebrows would ban monkeys as pets.
Six members of a family were unaccounted for after a fierce fire reduced a multimillion-dollar waterfront mansion near Maryland’s capital.
Virginia foresters are using $2.6 million in federal and state funds to expand the state’s forests.
The Atlantic Coast Pipeline has been hotly contested by some landowners, but on Monday, a different voice was heard.
The Senate Committee on Commerce and Labor voted 11-to-3 Monday to table a proposal aimed at incrementally raising the state’s minimum wage.
Va. lawmakers are considering whether the state constitution should enshrine the right to buy raw milk directly from farmers.
JMU’s Board of Visitors has increased undergraduate tuition for the summer session to help offset expected cuts in state funding.
WAVY News 10’s Andy Fox sat down for an exclusive interview with Gov. Terry McAuliffe, during his visit in Norfolk on Monday.
Gov. McAuliffe is recovering from a procedure after being admitted to a Richmond hospital hours after being at ODU.
Gov. McAuliffe kicked off MLK, Jr. Day with a community leaders breakfast at ODU. Then he spoke to WAVY.com one-on-one.
The Virginia Republican Party wants the U.S. Senate to investigate whether Democratic Sen. Mark Warner violated federal law.
A baby was born overnight on the Capital Beltway in northern Virginia.
The court Thursday denied a December petition to rehear George W. Huguely V’s appeal of his 2012 second-degree murder conviction.
A community is rallying behind a family with ties to Hampton Roads, after a catastrophic house fire took two lives Monday evening.
Gov. Terry McAuliffe kicked off Virginia’s 2015 legislative session with his State of the Commonwealth address Wednesday night.
Del. Joseph D. Morrissey was sworn in Wednesday in front of a group of reporters at his new legislative office on Capitol Square.
A report issued by Oceana concludes the development of wind turbines off Virginia’s coast would create thousands of jobs.
The University of Virginia has seen a decline in applications for the first time since 2002.
There’s a possible new weapon in the fight against campus sexual assaults in Virginia: a bill being proposed in the General Assembly.