State police say six people inside a sport-utility vehicle suffered only minor injuries after it ran off the right side of Interstate 95 in Springfield and overturned in a ditch.
Some hear echoes of Virginia's old intermarriage ban in debate over gay marriage
Bid for rehearing rejected, attorneys consider options for former U.Va. player who killed ex
Spill from cow manure lagoon prompts public safety warning for section of Va.'s Pigg River
A Fredericksburg man who has 72 criminal convictions dating back 30 years has been sentenced to serve four years in prison for his latest offense.
Attorney for Va. man accused in fatal shooting wants T-shirts with victim's image prohibited
A proposal to build a ballpark in the slave-trading center of the former capital of the Confederacy has stirred opposition from African-Americans and others who contend it is "sacred ground" and no place to play baseball.
Two sure signs of spring are emerging this month: asparagus and farmers markets.
A northern Virginia congressional candidate is hoping to stand out among a sea of contenders with some help from her friend Oprah Winfrey.
A shooter is still on the loose, and a local store clerk continues to recover in Spotsylvania, Va., where a armed robbery shot her in the head and left her for dead.
Former Chesapeake defense contractor pleads guilty to paying bribes to public officials
Unrestricted free-agent linebacker Rob Jackson re-signs with Washington Redskins
Gas prices in Virginia are increasing as many residents prepare for spring break travel.
A Richmond-based company has received federal approval for a drug treatment that reverses the effects of pain medicine overdose.
A road widening project in Prince William County could impact evening drivers.
A lengthy rush hour is expected through Southeast and Southwest D.C. Friday as fans leave Nationals Park following the home opener.
USS Stout returns to Va. following 8-month deployment conducting ballistic missile defense
Descendants of '12 Years a Slave' figure attend rally by Richmond ballpark opponents
Loudoun Co. considers closing 4 schools to close budget gap
Rep. Jim Moran, D-Va., says the $174,000 a year members of Congress make is not enough for them to maintain two homes.
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