A woman who ran a Midlothian company that allegedly billed the Virginia Medicaid program for $2.8 million in work that was not performed, is set to plead guilty July 7 to health care fraud.
The Halifax County commonwealth’s attorney is asking the Virginia State Parole Board to reconsider a grant made to one of three people convicted in the 2011 murder of Eric Wynn, who was shot in the head and whose body was tossed down a well.
On Monday, Colorado became the 22nd state in modern times to do away with the death penalty, and some opponents of capital punishment believe Virginia could be next, or among the next states to do so.
A Richmond judge found a man guilty Wednesday of the second-degree murder of a 9-year-old girl and the malicious wounding of an 11-year-old boy in a shooing that occurred over Memorial Day weekend last year at a South Richmond park.
A new residency requirement for Richmond City Council members will take effect in July.
Paul Goldman is weighing a run for Richmond mayor.
Petersburg’s two top prosecutors with more than 45 years of combined experience will take the bench as judges in Virginia’s 11th Judicial District later this year after winning the approval of the General Assembly.
A Richmond man serving 36 years for the capital murder of a Virginia State Police special agent is scheduled to plead guilty Wednesday to a firearm charge that could add up to 10 years to his sentence.
After nearly 20 years living right across from the Belmont Golf Course, Peter Grainger is moving away before it becomes unrecognizable to him.
My oldest wasn’t even 2 at the time.
Despite public outcry, the Hanover County Planning Commission declined to defer or deny zoning condition changes for a new Wegmans distribution center near a large concentration of single-family homes off Interstate 95.
Chesterfield County leaders on Wednesday mapped out their priorities for the projects that would be funded by a potential $600 million bond referendum that could take place in November.
One bill that would allow judges to hold off on convicting or sentencing people with autism or other developmental disabilities and another bill that would assist those already behind bars are making their way through the General Assembly.
The approximately 4,000 people who work for Hanover County and its school system will be eligible for a 2% raise under the county administrator’s proposed budget released Wednesday.
In September 2001, just a few days before the 9/11 terrorist attacks, I wrote about a couple celebrating the birth of their first child.
Kerri Rhodes knew her son, Taylor, had a substance abuse problem while he was attending Freeman High School in Henrico County.
In a surprise move that some school officials say does not go far enough, Richmond Mayor Levar Stoney is forgiving $3.3 million in utility fees the city has been trying to collect from Richmond Public Schools for years.
The Hampton Roads jail that befell scrutiny over the circumstances surrounding the 2015 death of a mentally ill man — prompting the state to begin investigations of jail deaths in Virginia — is now pushing back against the investigations, according to a document obtained by the Richmond Time…
The orange ribbons tied to the wooden cross in front of Second Presbyterian Church definitely will catch your eye, which is exactly what they’re supposed to do.
Linda Egister Sutton recalled the day a man came to her grandfather’s home at 208 Orleans St. and said: “We’re getting ready to knock you down.”
The handwritten letter from a former student to teacher Henry Wheeler was warm and chatty and included a request that Wheeler write a letter of reference to a college on his behalf.
Browsing through a consignment shop last year, Stephen Costa came upon an old painting that made him do a double-take: It looked an awful lot like his home in Church Hill.
The artwork that hangs on the walls of the Rev. Charles Dupree’s office at St. Paul’s Episcopal Church features images with soft, muted colors that appear to be both photographs and watercolor paintings. Dupree created the pieces using an old-fashioned process called gum bichromate, whereby …
A felon charged in a fatal triple shooting in Petersburg invoked the Fifth Amendment against self incrimination Thursday when asked on the witness stand whether he knew Dinwiddie County High School cheerleader Ke’Asia Adkins, who disappeared five days before his alleged involvement in the Pe…
The man charged with killing a Dinwiddie County cheerleader either was tracked twice into the woods near where the teen’s body was found, or didn’t go into the woods at all and the data from the GPS monitoring device he was wearing was badly flawed, according to prosecution and defense exper…