Former Virginia Gov. Bob McDonnell and his wife were indicted Tuesday on corruption charges after a monthslong federal investigation into gifts the Republican received from a political donor.
Almost overnight, Virginia has emerged as a critical state in the nationwide fight to grant gay men and women the right to wed.
Virginia’s unique Lee-Jackson holiday is being marked in Lexington, where both Confederate icons are buried.
A Senate race that could determine the balance of the Virginia Senate is headed to a recount.
Virginia gun control advocates and some lawmakers have some ideas for the 2014 legislative session.
Roadside “hubcap graveyards” may see a surge of new additions this winter.
State agricultural officials say it’s not too early to sign up for subscriptions to one of Virginia’s 100-plus community supported agriculture farms.
The first black Girl Scout troop in the South, which began meeting on the campus of Virginia Union University in 1932, is among five historic sites and people being recognized by the state.
Judge: Unconstitutional For Va. To Automatically Hold Prisoners Convicted Of Capital Murder On ‘Death Row’
A federal judge has ruled that Virginia cannot automatically hold prisoners convicted of capital murder on “death row,” where the harsh conditions and solitary confinement amount to an unconstitutional denial of due process.
Three Loudoun County, Va., school buses were stuck for up to two-and-a-half hours Friday morning due to icy road conditions.