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U.S. Sen. Mark R. Warner says he will not seek a return to Virginia's governor's mansion.
Voters have approved an amendment to the Virginia Constitution limiting government's ability to take private property through eminent domain.
A decision by Virginia's Supreme Court could strengthen the state's newly imposed regulations on electric rates.
Three prospects for governor in 2013 on Thursday promoted an "all-of-the-above" approach to energy development in Virginia, including coal, offshore wind, natural gas and other renewables.
Attorney General Ken Cuccinelli crossed his own Republican Party on Friday in ruling that conservative former U.S. Rep. Virgil Goode, a potential spoiler in Virginia to Mitt Romney's presidential bid, can stay on the state's presidential ballot from the Constitution Party.
Virginia is receiving $8.6 million from a nationwide settlement with British drug maker GlaxoSmithKline.
Virginia has reached a settlement with a mortgage loan modification company that was accused of illegally charging advance fees to clients seeking foreclosure rescue services.
Virginia's attorney general says a little-noticed 1999 law bars judges from allowing felons to serve their jail terms just on weekends.
It could get a bit easier to file a consumer complaint in Virginia because of some government consolidation.
Mark Herring, a two-term Democratic state senator from Loudoun, is entering next year's race for attorney general of Virginia.