A program to offer free and discounted theater tickets, classes and other services for veterans and military families is expanding to 85 theaters in 33 states.
Organic dairy company WhiteWave Foods Co. plans to expand its Rockingham County plant, creating 36 jobs.
Virginia has begun the process to transfer 1.7 acres of land inside a loop ramp at Columbia Pike and Washington Boulevard to the Department of Defense.
Students in Virginia may get another tuition increase for the fall semester.
The Virginia Supreme Court has ruled in favor of the Episcopal Church in a property dispute with a breakaway congregation.
Western Va. federal public defender uses staff furloughs to make up for automatic cuts
The University of Virginia Board of Supervisors will consider proposed tuition increases and the school's capital plan on Thursday.
Va. reimburses some taxpayers who were erroneously charged fees for using new tax refund card
Five Richmond students accused of assaulting a school bus driver have been placed on probation.
An Albemarle County official who pleaded guilty to sexual battery is challenging a petition seeking his removal from office.
Hungry for something new? Nycci Nellis dishes on a handful of restaurants that recently opened in the D.C. area.
Arlington's Artisphere is over budget for the third year in a row and needs an extra $800,000 from the county to stay afloat.
With the price of gold taking a plunge, bargain hunters aren't likely to score a deal on gold jewelry right away.
Christopher Newport student charged with setting bathroom fires in 4 campus buildings
Va officials urge vaccinations for horses despite low disease rates in 2012
Ambulance stolen outside U.Va. hospital emergency room, found a few blocks away
Fairfax County hosts online Q-and-A session on Silver Line; bus service also to be discussed
Virginia is moving ahead with plans to allow buses to use Interstate 66 shoulders starting next year as a pilot project to reduce congestion along the heavily traveled corridor.
Date set for trial of former governor's mansion chef charged with embezzlement
Republican Ken Cuccinelli has dismissed his absent Democratic foe in this year's governor's race as a Virginia outsider and Washington insider before one of the smallest crowds ever for Virginia's pre-eminent political picnic near Wakefield.