The Democratic Congressional Campaign Committee will back Elaine Luria. She’s among six Democrats vying to win the June primary and face Scott Taylor, a first-term Republican and former Navy SEAL.
Mount Vernon is hosting the ceremony for new citizens Thursday at 1 p.m. Fifty-one candidates from 37 countries are scheduled to be sworn in.
A budget presented to the Fairfax County board of supervisors calls for raises for teachers, staff and law enforcement but it would be paid for by raising property taxes by 2.5 cents.
The Virginia Beach-based Liberty Tax has fired its chief executive officer and replaced him with a board member handpicked by the company’s founder, who was also fired less than six months ago.
Officers charged 34-year-old Christopher James Wayne with trespassing and vandalism. Wayne was charged with trespassing earlier this month after the tarps were removed three times over the weekend of Feb. 3.
Norfolk police arrested the Lake Taylor Middle School student Monday and charged him with threatening classmates with death or bodily injury while they were at school.
Virginia lawmakers are considering a bill that would increase the risk of danger from quickly-spreading mulch fires in buildings, according to state fire chiefs.
Over half of the money, $500,000, will go toward translating Virginia Commonwealth University research into a faster and cheaper drug manufacturing method. The remaining $430,000 will go toward developing a pilot apprenticeship program to train students in “mechatronics.”
As temperatures rise, so does the number of potholes. But there’s a little hope for drivers as this winter comes to a close.
While the vigil featured calls to change national gun policies, Virginia gun-rights supporters remain skeptical.
Attorneys for a Canadian man convicted of defrauding the U.S. military after being contracted to supply armored vehicles for use in Iraq are asking a federal judge for leniency.
Federal authorities have charged two Vermont women in the December robberies of two Virginia banks.
Attempts to overhaul tolls on Interstate 66 inside the Beltway are among the transportation changes approved by the General Assembly’s budget committees.
Republican leaders in the Virginia House of Delegates are now backing a Medicaid expansion. The expansion could cover about 300,000 Virginians, but it sets up a budget showdown with Republicans in the Senate.
About 1.4 miles of Route 28 — from the Prince William Parkway interchange to Linton Hall Road — will be widened from four lanes to six.