News » Page 3
Tom Brady's effort to void his four-game suspension was set back on Thursday as litigation embroiling the New England Patriots star quarterback was sent to a New York judge, who urged a speedy resolution to the "Deflategate" scandal.
It will be all eyes to the sky as a rare moon makes its appearance.
Former UVA basketball star and current Atlanta Hawk Mike Scott has been arrested on drug charges.
Attorney General Mark Herring says customers of Dominion Virginia Power are entitled to a refund.
Graduates of Sweet Briar College have made the second of three payments under the settlement to keep the school open.
Your daily look at the stories that will be talked about today.
Here's a look at some of today's big sports stories, Friday, July 31.
An accused credit card thief picked the wrong guy when she used a credit card number belonging to Texas consumer affairs reporter Steve Noviello.
A look at the Hollywood headlines that went down in history.
Leslie Beauregard, who directs the city budget, and Mike Murphy, who's been leading the human services department, will be the co-assistant city managers.
The party wants to know if a PAC contribution recently returned was illegal.
The Irish rockers are set to take fans behind the scenes of their current iNNOCENCE + eXPERIENCE world tour.
The Georgia Music Hall of Fame Awards celebrate homegrown musicians who have made significant contributions to the industry.
This is the most amazing Foo Fighters tribute band ever.
Greene County is enacting a Text-To-911 service that allows greater access to emergency services.
The FBI is struggling to attract computer scientists to its cybersecurity program mainly due to low pay, a report by the U.S. Department of Justice shows.
These titles are expiring soon - so start binge watching now!
The State Bar has reprimanded a former Culpeper prosecutor for statements he made during a capital murder trial.
The State Police investigation into the Martese Johnson case is complete and has been sent on.
The annual Citizen Survey shows Albemarle County residents continue to rate their quality of life very high.