Congressman Eric Cantor (R- Henrico County) will resign from Congress August 18th.
The star witness for the prosecution in the Bob and Maureen McDonnell trial provides hours of testimony.
Elizabeth Daly will recieve $212,500 after resolving legal action against Virginia's ABC Board.
Mark Warner and seven fellow U.S. Senators are promoting a bill that targets sexual assaults at colleges.
Long ago Virginia Congressman Caldwell Butler (R- Roanoke) has passed away.
Virginia will begin its annual sales-tax holiday on Friday.
The Weldon Cooper Center at the University of Virginia releases new demographic profiles.
A three-judge panel of the Fourth Circuit Court of Appeals wants to end Virginia's ban on same-sex marriages.
Virginia will keep using midazolam in a three-drug cocktail for lethal injections of death row inmates.
Governor McAuliffe wants state agencies to do more business with firms headed by minorities and women.
The Rivanna Water and Sewer Authority wants a N.C. company to find an alternative local sewer line route.
A new mental health reform panel has begun its work.
Many of Virginia's federal lawmakers, including Robert Hurt, want to preserve state training centers.
The campaign manager for congressional hopeful Lawrence Gaughan has met with area Democratic leaders.
Environmental groups lobby Virginia's elected leaders to stay interested in wind power.
Veteran Delegate Joe Morrissey (D- Henrico County) will stand trial on felony charges on December 15th.
The woman accused of breaking into the home of Delegate David Toscano and attacking his wife has waived her right to a preliminary hearing.
Virginia's highest court has told a nonprofit to pay $250 in damages and a former UVA professor gets some of it.
Philip Shucet and a group that's tasked with working on 29 road improvements have their first sit down session.
Delegate Rob Bell (R-Albemarle) has thanked area residents for helping him to craft new laws.