Two of the main contenders for the Republican U.S. Senate nomination have clashed in the first debate of the June 12 primary.
A statewide tornado drill will be held in Virginia next week.
Officials suspect it’s that of 29-year-old Kyle Englehart, of Charles City County.
Gov. Ralph Northam has approved legislation that could lead to substantial new additions to most Virginians’ electric bills while making it easier for utilities to build renewable energy projects and improve the electric grid.
Mick Mulvaney, director of the Office of Management and Budget, said in a statement posted Thursday on Twitter that the Trump administration is “committed to addressing the unsustainable growth” of Medicaid expansion.
The large flag is familiar to drivers on Interstate 95 near Stafford, Virginia. The local zoning board refused to hear an appeal brought by two people who called the flag threatening.
A 21-year-old woman from El Salvador went to work four years ago at a grocery store in Woodbridge, Virginia. Just before closing, around 9 p.m., three men entered the store and killed the young mother. Four years later, the killers of Glenda Marisol Coca-Romero are still out there — and police are again asking for the public’s help in solving the case.
A Richmond, Va. federal appeals court has found that President Donald Trump’s latest ban on travelers from six largely Muslim countries is unconstitutional.
A farm in Northern Virginia known for its political messages posted a welcome sign that carries the message “Resist White Supremacy.”
Powerful Virginia Republican Del. Terry Kilgore said Thursday that he’d changed his mind after years of opposition and now supports Medicaid expansion.
Although Virginia forgoes sales tax revenues for certain large data centers, some local governments have reaped massive benefits. Loudoun County says data centers help bring in $150 million in local taxes each year.
Forecasters warn heavy rains could lead to more flooding in some areas of Appalachia already affected by rising waters.
The Virginia General Assembly has advanced legislation that would offer new companies and their employees tax breaks for 10-years for locating in specific economically depressed counties and cities.
A Virginia man accused of setting fire to a Little Caesar’s Pizza store and a van has been charged with arson. Using the business’ video surveillance footage, Roanoke police identified and found Kurt James Davis hours after the Tuesday incident.
A Virginia man who teamed up with a former college football player on a $10 million investment-fraud scheme is starting a 12-year-prison sentence. Forty-six-year-old Sherman Carl Vaughn of Blackstone was sentenced Tuesday in federal court in Richmond.