Virginia State Police say the state recorded its smallest number of Thanksgiving weekend traffic fatalities in more than two decades.
An ethics panel is recommending Virginia lawmakers not be able accept free meals, trips and entertainment from lobbyists and others.
A judge has overturned one conviction against Maureen McDonnell, but affirmed others corruption verdicts against her and her husband.
U.S. Senator Mark Warner is urging the VA to consider geographical flexibility when determining who qualifies for the new Choice program.
A Virginia delegate is pushing legislation requiring the reporting of campus sexual assaults to the local Commonwealth’s Attorney.
The Richmond District of the U.S. Postal Service announced some Post Offices will be offering extended retail window hours on two Saturdays …
The suspect topped over 100 mph Sunday morning driving north in soutbound lanes on I-95, officers say.
A 1996 GMC pickup truck tried to turn onto Route 17 when it struck a 2001 Jeep Grand Cherokee traveling in the southbound lanes.
The goal is to help small shops cash in on the buying frenzy between Black Friday and Cyber Monday.
Gerald Glen Poindexter was taken into custody after he brushed another vehicle with his car on the Jamestown-Scotland Ferry, officers say.
Under the proposal, the possession of less than an ounce of marijuana would be decriminalized.
As some shoppers headed out to big box stores for Black Friday, many small businesses were getting ready for the day after.
About 44 million people shopped on Thanksgiving last year, and that number was up 27 percent from 2012.
“I was like, ‘What?’ I was like, ‘That was my dog,'” said the owner.
Virginia athletic director Craig Littlepage made the announcement two days prior to the Hoo’s last game against Virginia Tech.