$40 Million Lawsuit Over Mistaken Underage Alcohol Arrest Could Be Tossed A federal judge said Tuesday that he will rule in about two weeks on whether a jury will get to consider a $40 million lawsuit filed by a University of Virginia student who fled in terror when her vehicle was swarmed by state Alcoholic Beverage Control agents who mistook her just-purchased carton of sparkling water for beer.
Parents: TV Crash Suspect Prone To OutburstsA man accused of slamming a stolen truck into a television station was charged Wednesday with second-degree attempted murder, and his father said he had recently become prone to violent outbursts.
McAuliffe Appoints Ex-GOP Operative to ABC Board Democratic Gov. Terry McAuliffe is appointing a long-time GOP operative Boyd Marcus to the Virginia Alcoholic Beverage Control Board.
White House Responds To Petition Regarding Jimmy Kimmel's China RemarksThe White House has issued a response to a "We the People" petition that asked for the cancellation of "Jimmy Kimmel Live."
Falls Church Woman Charged With Running Illegal Bar Out of Her HomeVirginia Alcohol Beverage Control officials have charged a Falls Church-area woman with illegally selling beer and food from her home without a license.
Va. ABC: Agents Violated Policy in Arrest of College StudentThe Virginia Department of Alcoholic Beverage Control says two agents violated department policy during the wrongful arrest of a University of Virginia student.
Kanye West to Appear on 'Jimmy Kimmel Live' After 'Rap Feud'ABC says Kanye West is appearing on Jimmy Kimmel's late-night show, less than two weeks after the pair got into what Kimmel called a "rap feud."
ABC Changes Va. Policy Following Woman's Mistaken ArrestVirginia alcohol regulators have instituted a new policy following an incident in which a young woman was jailed after buying sparkling water.
Obama Not Going After States Where Pot Is LegalPresident Barack Obama says he won't go after Washington state and Colorado for legalizing marijuana.
Obama Gay Marriage Support Could Roil Va Contest President Barack Obama's newly announced support for same-sex marriages adds an emotional new element with an uncertain effect into his re-election bid in Virginia, a battleground state he won in 2008 but where voters have consistently opposed it.