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The name of Virginia's senior U.S. Senator has surfaced in a federal probe of Phil Puckett's resignation.
The deadline to register for the November 4th election is Tuesday afternoon.
A small train derailed Saturday in Staunton's Gypsy Hill Park, injuring a young boy.
NASA has a successful launch from its Wallops Island facility.
Groups that help the relatives and friends of missing people attended events in Nelson County and Charlottesville.
Terry McAuliffe has made history by becoming Virginia's first Governor to preside over a same-sex marriage.
An agriculture teacher in Shenandoah County has won statewide recognition.
You won't have to pay the state sales tax this weekend if you buy certain things.
There were no injuries when a Louisa County school bus was hit by a pickup truck Thursday morning.
Task Force On Sexual Violence At Colleges begins its mission.
Former VDOT Commissioner Philip Shucet has shared details of 29 North improvements with an advisory panel.
The Albemarle and Charlottesville school systems have provided more details about the Class of 2014.
The Virginia ABC Board is planning a tour of college campuses to promote safety.
The peak period of autumn leaf season is rapidly approaching.
State Fair attendance was up this year by 4%.
A photograph of General Robert E. Lee's head housekeeper will be unveiled on Saturday.
Fleetwood Mac has added some shows to its tour and one of them includes a March 15th, 2015 date at John Paul Jones Arena.
Many members of the Virginia State Senate have met with FBI agents.
The Albemarle Supervisors and the County School Board are holding off on choosing a specific figure for salary increases.
Experts are looking at recent aerial images.