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Virginia has executed a death-row inmate for the first time since January 2013.
Columbia Gas of Virginia says its customers will see their bills decrease by 5%, and will get a refund this fall.
City Police say a 21-year-old woman was a victim of drink-tampering.
A huge pumpkin from Spotsylvania County wins the top prize from the State Fair.
High school football games have been affected by the expected heavy rain.
Governor McAuliffe has declared a state of emergency due to recent flooding and the upcoming arrival of Hurricane Joaquin.
The right lane has been closed on the westbound stretch of the 250 Bypass from Emmet Street to Barracks Road.
A federal judge has ruled in favor of Dominion in a lawsuit challenging the natural gas pipeline survey.
It was a motions hearing in the Hannah Graham case and a status hearing in the Morgan Harrington case Wednesday afternoon, with Jesse Matthew slated to go on trial for the murder of Morgan Harrington October 24th, 2016.
There was a decline in the local unemployment rate between July and August.
The civil case against the UVA lacrosse player convicted of killing his ex-girlfriend won't be heard until March of next year.
The former Mineral Elementary School was destroyed by fire Tuesday night.
A New York man has been convicted of smuggling cigarettes after a traffic stop in Louisa County.
A woman was rescued Tuesday night after her car became flooded when she tried to drive through high water.
Parents and students sound off about potential re-districting plans affecting Albemarle High School and Greer Elementary School.
Heavy rain led to potholes in Rio Road's right turn lane onto Route 29.
Wine sales increased almost 2% for a new high; cider sales also showed tremendous growth.
This year's Virginia Film Festival will include Meg Ryan, Oliver Stone and Leonard Maltin.
An ex-girlfriend of the man accused of killing Hannah Graham and Morgan Harrington says he was sexually abused as a child.
More than a dozen braved the weather to wave signs and show their support.