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The state of Virginia may soon crack down on heroin and prescription drug abuse to prevent a growing number of fatal drug overdoses.
After a deadly summer of children left in hot cars, a mother is calling on a government fix. What do you think?
Jurors in the public corruption trial of former Va. governor Bob McDonnell and his wife, Maureen, have reached a verdict.
Jurors in Richmond began deliberations Tuesday in the federal corruption case against former Va. Gov. Bob McDonnell and his wife, Maureen.
The former U.S. House Majority Leader plans to join boutique investment bank Moelis & Co. to the tune of a $3.4 million pay package.
The board has referred 17 individuals to the Fairfax County Commonwealth’s Attorney, the Office of the Attorney General of Virginia and DOJ.
On the stand, former governor plays down state favors for drug-maker, but he opens up about marriage woes.
Supreme Court grants delay of Appeals Court ruling that struck down Virginia's gay marriage ban.
As defense begins calling its witnesses in Bob McDonnell corruption trial, effort underway to return to unhappy couple narrative.
All eyes on Supreme Court after Circuit Court says gays and lesbians can marry Aug. 20.
The former first lady’s “crush,” a $6,000 Rolex watch and attempts to tap Mitt Romney are among the strangest events in the McDonnell trial.
The Board of Elections voted Wednesday to prohibit voters from using any photo ID that expired more than 12 months before Election Day.
State officials and the Virginia DMV reached an agreement Wednesday that allows the companies to operate in Virginia.
Gov. Terry McAuliffe announced Tuesday a special election has been set for Nov. 4 to fill the congressional seat of Rep. Eric Cantor.
Challengers of Virginia's same-sex marriage ban want a federal appeals court to allow gay marriages before a Supreme Court ruling.
With more courthouse victories for gays and lesbians, is it time for a final decision?
Cantor (R-Va.), who stepped down as U.S. House Majority Leader Thursday, said he plans to resign his seat in the House of Representatives.
In a 2-1 decision, the 4th Circuit Court of Appeals struck down Virginia's same-sex marriage ban Monday, declaring the ban unconstitutional.
VDOT workers will be working on overhead sign removal and installation.
Biking, swimming, running challenge begins July 28.