Virginia Cites Security Efforts on Refugee ResettlementsA spokesman for Virginia's governor says his public safety team is in communications with federal authorities about refugee resettlements, including relocations involving Syrians.
Imprisoned Murderer in Virginia Seeks Return to GermanyA German diplomat's son convicted of murder is asking Virginia Gov. Terry McAuliffe to let him serve his sentence in his home country.
McAuliffe Bans Open Carry of Guns in Some State BuildingsVirginia Gov. Terry McAuliffe on Thursday banned the open carry of guns in some state-owned buildings and pledged to pursue a muscular and multifaceted strategy to combat gun violence in Virginia.
Virginia Governor's PAC Says it Raised $1.4 MillionA spokesman for Virginia Gov. Terry McAuliffe's political action committee said it raised $5.7 million since last year, including $1.4 million during the last quarter.
Governor Announces $796K in Tourism GrantsForty-five local tourism initiatives will share more than $796,000 in state matching grants.
McAuliffe Set for Renewed Push for Medicaid ExpansionVirginia Democratic Gov. Terry McAuliffe says he'll make a renewed push to expand Medicaid now that Republican primaries are over and the U.S. Supreme Court recently issued a decision upholding the Affordable Care Act.
Va. GOP Wants Audit of Gov's PAC Following Returned GiftThe Republican Party of Virginia is calling for an audit of Democratic Gov. Terry McAuliffe's political action committee.
Governor's Ethics Panel Says More Ethics Reforms NeededThe leaders of Gov. Terry McAuliffe's ethics committee say Virginia has much work left to do in cleaning up its state government.
McAuliffe: Va. Tourism Revenues Likely to Top $22 BillionVirginia tourism revenues are likely to exceed $22.4 billion in 2014, a 4.1 percent increase Gov. Terry McAuliffe credits in part to the state's rising culinary profile.
Virginia Completes Project to Digitize, Index Vital RecordsMore than 16 million state vital records are now available in electronic format.
Va. Panel Recommends New Fracking RegulationsA Virginia advisory panel is recommending that energy companies disclose the chemical ingredients they use in horizontal fracking, a type of natural gas drilling that has spawned environmental concerns.
McAuliffe Pardons Man Wrongly Convicted of Attempted RapeGov. Terry McAuliffe has pardoned a Virginia man who has spent 29 years in prison for an attempted rape that Richmond's chief prosecutor and others say he didn't commit.