The family in Chesapeake, Virginia, saw a four-legged friend hovering over the fence. They nicknamed the bear “Wilson” after a TV show character.
A Christian university in Lynchburg has ordered custom textbooks that omit a section on sexual motivation and orientation.
Over the past five years, the Department of Veterans Affairs has accidentally declared thousands of veterans dead and revoked their benefits.
TwinGo is recalling about 4,000 TwinGo Original baby carriers for faulty buckles. The carrier is intended for babies who are from 10 to 45 pounds.
LYNCHBURG, Va. (AP) — The Lynchburg police chief says the use of force by two officers during an arrest was justified. Chief Raul Diaz said in a news conference Tuesday that the officers acted in…
Ashley Guindon, 28, was a military vet who had been on the beat one day before killed while responding to a domestic violence call in Woodbridge Saturday night.
Paxton Manor’s My Bloody Valentine event is trying to put the extreme in “extremely romantic” this Valentine’s Day weekend.
Michael and Emilee Ellsworth of Lynchburg were forced to call off their wedding Saturday at Boonsboro Country Club, but decided to have an intimate ceremony at their pastor’s home.
A 55-year-old man from Leesburg, Va., died after collapsing while walking in the weekend storm. His is the first death in Northern Virginia attributed to the blizzard.
Nonprofit Project CODEt hosted workshops for coding at Rachel Carson Middle School in Herndon, Va. on Saturday.
A new gun shop near a middle school in McLean, Va., was the site of protests Saturday.
A Library of Virginia exhibit in Richmond exploring the slave trade in Virginia before the Civil War is making its way to Lynchburg this month.
Veterans have been petitioning the VA to pay for the robotic legs because many cannot afford the $77,000 needed to pay for the powered exoskeleton called the ReWalk.
Plans for a high-speed rail may be in their infancy — but many people are already looking forward to a rail option that can zip them down the I-95 corridor.
Veterans Affairs employees guilty of severe misconduct on the job — including having sex and selling drugs — maintained their employment, while others who attempt to help reform the troubled agency were squeezed out, according to a new report.