Some students walked out of the discussion after they said they did not get the answers – or the apology they believe they deserve.
Jose Alfonso Romero-Ramirez was found guilty of conspiracy to distribute meth and distribution of meth in February.
Did you see a bright streak light up the sky Thursday night?
Richmond lawmakers have scheduled a November showdown for the state’s “right to work” law.
The outbreak of hepatitis A has been tied to strawberries the company imported from Egypt.
Prosecutors filed two separate, unopposed motions Thursday to dismiss indictments against both Bob and Maureen McDonnell.
Two North Carolina men have been arrested and charged in connection with a network of computer hackers.
Krista Hines said she poured her retirement into her business and continues losing money.
Gov. Terry McAuliffe has awarded millions in grants to help develop and implement year-round and extended year instructional programs.
Authorities say fewer people were killed on Virginia’s highways over Labor Day weekend this year compared to last year.
A North Carolina man is on the run after shooting his ex-wife and then his 15-year-old son in the chest early Tuesday morning.
Police say the suspect is armed and dangerous and committed two crimes with a stolen car last week.
The Richmond-Times Dispatch is endorsing Libertarian Party candidate Gary Johnson for president.
Roanoke City Police are investigating a fatal shooting at Monsters Bar & Grill on Orange Avenue.
Attorney General Mark Herring is asking the Justice Department to investigate a regional jail after the deaths of two inmates.