New Hampshire authorities have found a body that they believe to be a woman who has been missing for four days, and her son has been arrested in Virginia on a charge of stealing her vehicle.
Gov. Ralph Northam announced Monday that TemperPack plans to spend $10.4 million on a new manufacturing operation in Henrico County.
Richmond residents will get a chance to talk about Richmond, race and healing in audio recordings that will be woven into an orchestral arrangement.
Virginia is among 10 states that have been selected for a federal pilot program aimed at increasing government and commercial use of unmanned aircraft.
The number of lobbyists in Virginia politics has topped 1,000 for the first time.
Virginia Gov. Ralph Northam has asked the federal government to make more than 200 low-income areas eligible for new tax breaks.
During a debate, Virginia Republican senate candidates argued over who supported President Donald Trump more and who was the most loyal to him.
A report found that 2016, landlords were given the legal right to remove at least one in nine renter households in Richmond. Hampton, Newport News, Norfolk and Chesapeake also had high eviction rates.
The 31st Annual Taste of Arlington presented by Courthaus Social, the signature event of BallstonGives, returns to Ballston on Sunday, May 20 from 12-6 p.m
The Virginia Department of Game and Inland Fisheries and the Wildlife Foundation of Virginia are coordinating the annual turkey hunt, scheduled for April 20-21.
When Fauquier County investigators caught up with Jerry Saintvil, 28, on Route 29 they said he had wrapped his white car with a logo that said “Police” and “911.”
Police say nearly 30 malnourished cats have been seized from a Virginia home and a woman has been charged.
A Virginia agriculture department spokesman said new tariffs could particularly jeopardize export businesses for Virginia soybeans, pork, apples and wine.
The Democratic governor announced Wednesday that he’d approved a bill that raises the state’s felony theft threshold from $200 to $500.
Virginia officials say that the number of crashes and deaths related to drivers distracted by mobile devices is almost on par with those related to drunken driving — and probably higher than reported.