The governor says the state economy is in trouble, and continuing car tax relief could be on the chopping block.
University of Virginia President Teresa Sullivan has taken action regarding offenses that were highlighted in a Rolling Stone article.
The Virginia Employment Commission says the jobless picture improved in October.
A war of words continues over proposed improvements for 29 North.
Attorney General Mark Herring has told UVA he won't accept Mark Filip as an independent counsel.
Many Charlottesville residents want a Virginia ABC store on West Main Street to go somewhere else.
An Alexandria area state senator wants to decriminalize marijuana possession.
Higher prices are coming to a Virginia ABC store near you on December 8th.
Albemarle Assistant Commonwealth's Attorney Jon Zug has been recognized for his work on victims' rights.
Some area business leaders remain skeptical of VDOT forecasts about the 29 North-Rio Road intersection.
All of Virginia's ABC stores will offer adult consumers a deal on Black Friday.
The latest Forbes rankings place Virginia as #4 on the magazine's list of business-friendly states.
Prosecutors say the outgoing U.S. Attorney General ruled out capital punishment for defendants in the Kevin Quick case.
The state government revenue collection has shown an improvement.
University of Virginia officials have updated figures on the Access UVA program.
The Albemarle School Board has extended the contract of Superintendent Pam Moran through June 2016.
A onetime candidate for Lieutenant Governor might challege House Speaker Bill Howell in 2015.
VDOT releases its hold on homes in the path of the Western Bypass.
There's been another dose of sobering financial news for Albemarle County.
UVA is finding its Early Action Plan is popular with prospective students.