Plenty of companies pledge to hire veterans, but only those that follow through make the Military Friendly Employers list.
Hunter missing in Tazewell County, search resumes Monday
Virginia's race for attorney general is still too close to call, and it's only gotten closer as time has passed.
VDOT to study Lynchburg Expressway safety flaws, present solutions to city
Capco Machinery Systems plans $4.2M expansion of plant in Botetourt County
Your guide to what's open and closed in the District, Virginia and Maryland on Veterans Day.
U.Va. upgrading computing core network, will be 10 times faster than existing network
Colonial Williamsburg plans Veterans Day march and ceremony
Midlothian American Legion post named for airman killed in Kabul shooting in 2011
YMCA in Lynchburg seeks dismissal of lawsuit stemming from a pool-related death
Two benefit concerts in Virginia this weekend will send donations to provide disaster aid to the people of the Philippines in the wake of one of the world's largest typhoons.
Stafford Fire and Rescue says it's unclear what caused the major power outage in North Stafford.
Navy tests drone's ability to integrate with aircraft carrier environment
An assisted living center in Norfolk is being sued by woman who alleges that it didn't protect her mother from an attack by another resident.
Metro Richmond Zoo owner and director Jim Andelin plans to continue breeding cheetahs following the births of five cubs on his first attempt.
A Virginia Beach church with a blended congregation of Roman Catholics and Episcopalians has overcome challenges regarding its services.
New bus routes will be open to the public when the Silver Line begins operation.
Navy christens the future aircraft carrier USS Gerald R. Ford at ceremony in Virginia
A last-minute change means Fairfax County voters who cast provisional ballots may face troubles getting them counted.
A University of Virginia's School of Medicine study looks at the effects of hard hitting sports on the brain.