Protesters express discontent with a system they said perpetuates sexual violence and an administration that has failed to help victims.
MARTINSVILLE, Va. (AP) — A Ridgeway woman faces up to 60 years in prison after pleading guilty to embezzling from a rescue squad.
Nyad is one of the most decorated swimmers of all time.
That smooching sound you hear is Mark Warner and Tim Kaine loving on new Virginians — Hispanics and Asians who are rapidly remaking the state.
The growing pressure on Virginia’s budget has some senators uttering the unmentionable — roll back car tax relief.
President Barack Obama's use of executive power to halt deportations of more than 4 million undocumented immigrants will potentially change the legal status of tens of thousands now living in Virginia unlawfully.
Landmark Media Enterprises LLC, the Norfolk-based company that owns The Virginian-Pilot, is selling a television station in Las Vegas.
Statement from UVa President Teresa A. Sullivan
University of Virginia President Teresa A. Sullivan on Saturday suspended all fraternities and associated social activities for the rest of the semester in the wake of gang rape allegations at Phi Kappa Psi.
University of Virginia Dean of Students Allen Groves said he knew something had to change within fraternity culture at the university, but he wasn’t aware of allegations as serious as the ones published in a Rolling Stone article Wednesday, where a young woman described being gang raped as a first-year student.
When Gen. Robert E. Lee left Appomattox in April 1865 after surrendering to Gen. Ulysses S. Grant, his copy of the terms of surrender left with him.
"I support using the power of the purse to defund Obama's amnesty," tweeted Rep. Dave Brat, R-Richmond, the economist, replacing Eric Cantor, who recently took office in Washington.
Attorney General Mark Herring said Friday that the university agreed to withdraw its appointment of former federal judge and prosecutor Mark Filip.
An Ohio man who claimed to be the keeper of the seal of St. Peter was sentenced Friday to 3 ½ years in prison for selling nearly 2,000 fake diplomatic credentials affiliated with his movement.
Undocumented immigrants across the Richmond region are welcoming with cautious optimism President Barack Obama's executive actions that could forever change their lives and those of their children.
A Virginia State Police trooper suffered non-life-threatening injuries Friday morning when he was struck from behind while attempting a traffic stop on U.S. 460 near the Sussex-Prince George line, a spokeswoman said.
Joshua Barner always knew that one day he’d become a police officer, perhaps even before he sat near the grave of his father, a state trooper, proudly wearing dad’s wide-brimmed Stetson hat.
Family, neighbors, friends and community leaders gathered Wednesday night to honor the life of Dashad “Sage” Smith, who disappeared from Charlottesville two years ago this week.
Prince William County police say they've arrested a second man in the shooting of two teenagers, one of whom was killed.
Nearly 300 people attended the Giles County Board of Supervisors' public hearing on a proposed natural gas pipeline from West Virginia to Virginia.
Calling hunger in a state where agriculture is big business “totally unacceptable,” Gov. Terry McAuliffe announced Thursday that he is creating the Commonwealth Council on Bridging the Nutritional Divide.