University of Virginia police say they’re investigating a report that a student was sexually assaulted at an on-campus residence hall.
A senator from Va. Beach is sponsoring a bill to ban balloon releases after researchers proved the damaging effects on wildlife.
After Virginia’s largest health insurance company said it had been hacked, the state’s attorney general and a lawmaker released statements.
An aerospace roundtable is scheduled in Richmond with the directors from two NASA facilities in the state.
A broken toilet is at the center of a dispute between two renters in Virginia Beach and their landlord.
The Greensville County Sheriff’s Office says they have located a Greensville County man who had been reported missing Wednesday.
A hearing on the request for a continuance in the trial at Fairfax County Circuit Court on charges of attempted murder and sexual assault ha…
A Virginia state senator who is the chief sponsor of legislation that would loosen state oversight of Dominion Virginia Power’s rate setting…
If passed, Senate Bill 1381 would define the role of a private animal shelter to finding permanent adoptive homes and facilitating other lif…
There’s a big push in Richmond to further protect shelter pets, and it has the backing of some of our local lawmakers.
Chesterfield Fire & EMS Lt. Jason Elmore tells media outlets the accident occurred Tuesday in Midlothian.
A bill that would weaken state oversight of Dominion Virginia Power’s rate setting sailed through a Senate committee Monday.
The Virginia Department of Motor Vehicles is giving some customers more time to renew expiring driver’s licenses and other DMV-issued creden…
The University of Virginia says a case of mumps has been confirmed on the campus and it’s awaiting test results of four suspected cases.
A case unfolding in Gates County, NC is a perfect example of the loophole that allows some repeat DUI offenders to remain on the roads.
As former Gov. Bob McDonnell appeals his public corruption conviction, his sister and best friend sat down for an exclusive interview.
A class project could lead to a new law in the Commonwealth. At least, that’s what some college students in Norfolk are hoping.