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Nearly two dozen Virginia firefighters have headed to the West Coast.
Police have charged a man with impersonating a U.S. marshal.
Two swimmers in an old quarry face charges of public intoxication and underage alcohol possession.
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.
Our Community Farm In Shenandoah County has shut its doors.
Virginia's oyster harvest has had another large surge.
A train carrying the remains of victims of the Malaysia Airlines plane downed over Ukraine left the site on Monday.
The 49-year-old star is the highest-paid actor for the second consecutive year, raking in an estimated $75 million.
President Barack Obama signed an executive order barring federal contractors from discriminating on the basis of sexual orientation or gender identity.
A jury found a friend of the accused Boston Marathon bomber guilty of obstructing the investigation into the deadly blasts.
The Chicago Cubs are suing two men accused of posing in bear costumes and lurking around Wrigley Field, hustling fans for tips.
City Police are asking for your help in finding two men suspected of stealing and using a credit card.
There were no serious injuries when a car ran into a VDOT line-painting truck early Monday on westbound I-64 near mile-marker 116.
Forty-five years after the first Apollo lunar landing, the U.S. remains divided about the moon's role in future human space exploration.
The FCC will continue collecting comments, made in response to these first submissions, until Sept. 10.
The music of the Biebs was blown up as part of a minor league baseball promotion.
The "How I Met Your Mother" actor wants to guest star in the upcoming spinoff, "Freak Show."
The company has rolled out a new subscription service that allows unlimited access to thousands of e-books and audiobooks.
The Detroit Red Wings revealed plans for a new home on Sunday as part of a re-energizing of the Motor City's downtown core.