A dispute over Virginia's congressional districts may go to the nation's highest court.
A constitutional amendment on Tuesday's ballot deals with an exemption for a spouse of a service member killed in action.
Three of the four candidates for a local House seat squared off Wednesday night at City Hall.
Members of the General Assembly will head back to Richmond on November 10th.
A loaded handgun has been confiscated at the airport serving the Roanoke area.
The State Council for Higher Education predicts a larger percentage of Virginia's college students will apply for financial aid.
The National Park Service wants to know if it's feasible to create a Lewis and Clark trail in our region.
The Albemarle School Board expects another tough budget cycle.
Philip Shucet has told the Route 29 advisory panel it might keep meeting until spring
A onetime Albemarle County police captain is heading to prison.
Governor McAuliffe is still working on eliminating his debts from his 2013 campaign.
Some activist groups are voicing concerns over a new photo ID law.
Virginia's statewide jobless rate held steady last month at 5.5%.
A Midway Manor resident renews her campaign for a better crosswalk near her home.
UVA and two other state schools are reacting to a critical report from a General Assembly panel.
An Augusta County woman is accused of violating Virginia's law on revenge pornography.
A judge has delayed the sentencing date for former First Lady Maureen McDonnell.
The broadcast ads in Virginia's U.S. Senate race are getting more intense.
The UVA Provost will be the next President of Lehigh University in Pennsylvania.
Governor McAuliffe has announced budget-trimming moves, including layoffs at state agencies.