The driver lost control on I-664, struck a jersey wall and was ejected 32 feet below the interstate highway.
The bill, known as the Comprehensive Addiction and Recovery Act or CARA of 2015, was approved in a 94 to 1 vote in the Senate.
The changes include an innovative media new workshop in the library basement, with 3-D printers and other cool tools.
Microsoft representative Jim Hanna says the company is willing to pay an undisclosed amount as part of the company’s commitment to clean ene…
Otto Warmbier was sentenced for allegedly stealing a propaganda banner from the restricted area of a hotel.
More than 700,000 people who relay on the Metro will not have that option today.
A deputy is not facing criminal charges after reportedly shooting and killing a dog in Mathews County.
Del. Rick Morris (R) of Carrollton wants to eliminate lifts at the James River Bridge during rush hour traffic.
A lawsuit filed by a North Carolina couple against guardrail manufacturer Trinity Industries has been dismissed.
The bill makes it law you can only toll new lanes on the High Rise Bridge, the Monitor Merrimack and the Hampton Roads Bridge Tunnels.
A Norfolk judge ruled on the postponement in a motions hearing Tuesday.
Defense attorneys are still trying to get less prison time for a convicted robber.
Virginia Beach Police say officers were able to save a life last weekend thanks to a new drug used to reverse overdoses.
If the governor adds his signature, Virginians could be fined $100 for smoking in a car in the presence of children.
A Palestinian-American member of the Islamic State group gave himself up to an Iraqi Kurdish military unit.