Energy chief: Flying across US in high-tech solar plane to boost cleaner energy use on ground
Va. panel established to certify Medicaid reforms and approve expansion meets for first time
Case against suspects in string of arsons on Virginia's Eastern Shore to move forward
NY, Va. 7-Eleven stores raided as US accuses owners and managers of exploiting immigrants
Appeals court agrees to expand appeal of ex-U.Va. lacrosse player convicted in ex's slaying
The man accused of slashing women's buttocks in Northern Virginia malls has pleaded guilty in a Virginia court.
Two people were found dead in an apartment on the 5500 block of Seminary Road on Monday morning after police responded to a call about the sound of shots fired.
Police are looking for a man they say exposed himself to a group of women at a Woodbridge restaurant June 13.
US Forest Service investigates drowning of man, horse at Bark Camp Lake Recreation Area
Three local Salvation Army officers are assisting with vital efforts in Oklahoma after powerful storms swept across the region last month.
About 800 high school students have gathered in Radford for the 71st annual American Legion Boys State.
More than 160 derelict properties in Danville could be demolished under a proposal before City Council.
The State Board of Social Services is coming to Virginia Beach this week to discuss ways to prevent child deaths.
24 Virginia localities to receive state grants for school resource officers
Soldiers based at Fort Lee are coming home from a six-month deployment to Kuwait and Afghanistan.
The Howard Hughes Corp. plans to begin an ambitious redevelopment of Landmark Mall in Alexandria in spring 2014 following the Alexandria City Council's approval of the multimillion-dollar project.
Taxpayers have footed the bill for personal expenses, including body wash and dog vitamins, bought on behalf of Virginia Gov. Bob McDonnell and his wife.
Authorities identify Lyndhurst woman killed by train on trestle
Did you meet all your goals before you graduated college? R.J. Tolson did.
In November, Virginia voters will elect a governor, lieutenant governor and an attorney general. But some voters may not identify with any of the candidates.