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This year's Virginia Film Festival set another attendance record.
Republican presidential candidate Ben Carson appeared Wednesday at Liberty University in Lynchburg.
Three men who are accused of plotting to bomb black churches and synagogues near Richmond will be in court Thursday.
A bill in the U.S. Senate would make it easier for military healthcare professionals to be hired by the VA.
Virginia Tech has held a rally in support of the Muslim students at the Blacksburg school.
A man from Orange was killed in a single-vehicle crash Tuesday afternoon on Route 20 near Montpelier.
A recent report outlining hospital profits is being challenged.
Three white supremacists were allegedly gearing up to attack Richmond area synagogues and black churches.
The Virginia Chamber of Commerce is asking businesses what they need in their employees.
Last year saw a 24% increase.
A $26.4 million lawsuit has been filed against Rolling Stone magazine and author Sabrina Ruben Erdely.
An overnight closing of part of 29 North has been postponed until late Wednesday into early Thursday.
The Department of Corrections wants to hire about 100 more veterans.
A committee wants a pedestrian bridge built on Pantops at Richmond Road and Rolkin Road.
The latest guide lists growers in every county.
A single-wide trailer and its contents were destroyed by fire Sunday afternoon, but the person who lived there was not injured.
Area residents spent part of Sunday learning more about the Lewis and Clark Exploratory Center at Darden Towe Park.
Thosands of movie fans have completed their annual journey to Charlottesville for the Virginia Film Festival.
A bus accident Saturday night on Carter Mountain Road resulted in anxious moments for more than 50 passengers.
An organization that strives to protect animals from neglect appeared at this year's Montpelier Races.