Joe Morrissey has suspended his current campaign for a seat in the General Assembly.
City school officials say they have had better success this year hiring black teachers.
Former Charlottesville mayors got together Thursday with the current City Council.
PVCC expects lower enrollment for the fall semester than it had a year ago.
A three-judge federal panel wants some help with congressional redistricting.
Some Democrats in the House of Delegates are proposing new gun control legislation.
Attorney General Mark Herring has announced that he will seek re-election in 2017.
A judge has refused to dismiss a lawsuit that involves license-plate readers.
Bob McDonnell's lawyers tell the U.S. Supreme Court the former governor has been a victim of overly zealous federal prosecutors.
A Charlotesville judge has refused to dismiss a lawsuit against the city that deals with police stop and frisk procedures.
Rival members of the state senate will debate who should control that chamber.
Bob McDonnell's lawyers send emergency appeal to Chief Justice John Roberts and the U.S. Supreme Court.
There's renewed interest in creating a regional transportation authority.
Republican members of the General Assembly are warning Governor McAuliffe he should not reappoint Jane Roush to Virginia's Supreme Court.
Virginia Lottery celebrates another profitable year.
The State Senate abruptly adjourns without approving a candidate for a Virginia Supreme Court vacancy.
Bob McDonnell has made a final plea to a federal court to let him remain free.
Julian Bond, who was a professor emeritus at the University of Virginia, has died in Florida.
Members of the General Assembly are returning to Richmond to take on two contentious issues.
A British newspaper says UVA student Martese Johnson is poised to sue three Virginia ABC agents.