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The House of Delegates and State Senate unveil rival versions of a budget including higher pay for state employees.
The State Senate has approved legislation involving oversight of Virginia utilities.
Local attorney Mike Signer wants a seat on City Council.
Prosecutors want Maureen McDonnell to spend 18 months behind bars.
A woman who lives in White Hall is seeking the Democratic nomination
The Albemarle Superintendent and school board are slightly more optimistic about finances.
UVA Police are telling students they were notified about an alleged sexual assault in a dorm.
The University of Virginia has named the speaker for its Valedictory Exercises.
State Police are investigating a Wednesday incident near Crozet involving an autogyro.
Legislation that deals with sexual assaults at colleges has advanced in the General Assembly.
Delegate Joe Morrissey says a bill dealing with pornography in prisons won't survive legal challenges.
Senior lawmakers from both major parties debate what some call a war on coal.
A Keswick man has won a major prize from the Virginia Lottery.
Dominion chooses a Pennsylvania firm to create the pipe for a proposed pipeline.
If approved in the House and signed by the governor, the state would officially prohibit its agencies from discriminating on the basis of sexual orientation or gender identity.
Madison County Delegate Ed Scott will not run for another term.
The interchange at the 250 Bypass and McIntire Road opens Thursday afternoon after almost two years of construction
City councilors got plenty of feedback Monday night about the future of the Lee-Jackson Day holiday.
The State Senate has rejected legislation that deals with concealed handguns on school property.
The Amherst County Supervisors favor making Route 60 a scenic byway.