Virginia Gov. Ralph Northam says his state is well positioned to lead the development of the nation’s offshore wind industry.
Virginia Gov. Ralph Northam joins WTOP live Sept. 26 at 10 a.m. in the Glass-Enclosed Nerve Center. Find out how you can listen, watch and submit your own questions.
A Virginia state review has called for less local control of elections this week, pointing to a rickety IT system and a sense of politics invading the state’s Department of Elections. Gov. Ralph Northam said Wednesday that the state has made changes since he was inaugurated in January that help address a number of the issues.
Virginia Gov. Ralph Northam’s planned classic car show in Richmond is postponed because of Hurricane Florence.
Gov. Ralph Northam plans to launch a new partnership next week between a Virginia transportation company and a public-private group that’s developing alcohol-detection prototypes that uses automatic sensors to instantly gauge a driver’s fitness.
The Winery at Bull Run, in Centreville, Virginia, will invest $1.7 million on an expansion that will double its production and create 38 new jobs.
Gov. Ralph Northam discussed what happens now that he’s called for a special session of the General Assembly to redraw nearly a dozen House of Delegate districts that a federal court ruled unconstitutional and his assessment of how Virginia authorities responded to last week’s white nationalist rally.
Virginia Gov. Ralph Northam and other state officials will visit a historic African-American cemetery in Hampton later this week to celebrate an easement that will protect the site.
The grant will pay for the completion of engineering plans for a 1,600-acre site in Greensville County, Virginia, which hopes to attract a large industrial customer.
Officials joined the Environmental Protection Agency and the Chesapeake Bay Commission to sign a directive to increase technical assistance to farmers to help reduce pollutants from runoff in the Chesapeake Bay.
After Northam stated he opposed a policy of arming teachers, he added that he had heard lawmakers “talking about arming Pre-K students” — a sentiment that was the work of provocateur Sacha Baron Cohen.
On his monthly appearance on WTOP’s Ask the Governor program, Virginia Gov. Ralph Northam discussed a variety of topics, including the upcoming anniversary of the white nationalist protest in Charlottesville and President Trump’s trade policies. Regarding the latter, he said he wondered “when Americans are going to call BS on this president.”
Virginia is making an additional $1.3 million available to cities and counties to fund school resource officer and security officer positions.
Gov. Ralph Northam is set to visit a health clinic in Southwest Virginia that’s expected to draw thousands of people seeking free care.
Virginia tourism officials paid the reality show “The Bachelorette” more than $500,000 to film an episode of the show in Richmond.
WTOP Film Critic Jason Fraley ranks the Best Movies in Every Genre.