Armando Gonzalez-Medina was sentenced Friday in federal court in Richmond for racketeering and conspiracy to produce false identification documents.
Jones was also ordered Friday in federal court in Richmond to pay more than $17,000 in restitution to his victims.
Virginia Senate committee has endorsed a House-passed bill allowing private child placement agencies to deny adoptions for gays or others who offend their religious or moral teaching.
A Richmond man accused of wounding his 101-year-old grandmother during a shootout with his brother is going to prison.
U.S. Secretary of Labor Hilda Solis is making a visit to Richmond-based manufacturing facility Alstom Power to highlight growth in clean, green energy technologies.
A Republican-dominated Senate committee advanced a House bill Thursday that would eliminate state funding for abortions for low-income women after powerful testimony left legislators and spectators in tears.
Virginia Commonwealth University brings the national “Give Kids a Smile Day” to Richmond on Friday. The event is aimed towards underprivileged patients under 18 years of age.
A Virginia attorney may have taken his own life after losing the bid to become the No. 1 prosecutor in his county.
Virginia Republican chairman Pat Mullins and the party’s executive director, Dave Rexrode, polled the state party’s governing central committee by phone and e-mail.
Richmond authorities arrest a man they say attempted to carjack a judge in the court’s parking lot.