The Virginia Retirement System is counting on last year’s record earnings to weather this year’s gathering storm in investment markets.
Justin Scott Murphy was convicted last year of robbing Montgomery County hemp farm TruHarvest.
The message said the coffee shop would be closed July 4 for “mental health Monday. Definitely not closed to celebrate Fourth of July or our independence.”
Sen. Bill Stanley, R-Franklin County, invites anyone interested in adopting one of the beagles to call his office in order to get on a waiting list.
State employees were due back in their offices Tuesday under a new telework policy that is still evolving under Gov. Glenn Youngkin.
Thomas "T.J." Robertson had argued there was insufficient evidence that he carried a deadly weapon.
Alan Seibert said there is room for modernization in how school divisions assess and are held accountable for student achievement.
Nine people, including three motorcyclists, were killed in crashes over the Fourth of July weekend across Virginia.
Despite the plunge in traffic at the height of the pandemic, deaths on U.S. roads spiked, and the trend continued in 2021, according to a report by TRIP, a nonprofit transportation research group.
In its original estimation, the Virginia Department of Transportation expected contractors to clear more than 300,000 cubic yards of debris. In April, the amount of debris was estimated at 1.2 million cubic yards. The total debris is now expected to amount to more than twice that estimate.
On Thursday, Yadkin Riverkeeper responded to a homeowner off of High Rock Lake reporting what appeared to be either a fish kill or a harmful algal bloom in the lake. An investigation showed that, instead, the sight was caused by thousands of mayflies molting and leaving behind their casings.
Commonwealth's attorneys filing risk orders in the region have experienced repetitive case continuances and gun seizure complications. And because red flag law is still brand new to many of them, they're not sure what details about specific cases they can provide to members of the press.
The Roanoke County Fire Marshal’s Office continues to investigate the cause of the fire, which caused $500,000 in damages to the music store.
The Virginia Employment Commission is resuming collection of its nearly $860 million in overpayments of unemployment insurance benefits to hundreds of thousands of people who lost their jobs during the COVID-19 pandemic, with help from Attorney General Jason Miyares and outside collection agencies.
On July 1, 1862, the Union and Confederate armies clashed in Henrico County for one last struggle in the Seven Days Battles.
A ringing bell sounds off in the distance from Riverside Park on Friday afternoon. A man dressed in a clean, vintage white hat, shirt and pants with a black tie and driving a white 1967 Ford Jump Truck pulls up in the parking lot near the sprayground.
"Let It Go," the smash hit single from Disney's 2013 animated movie "Frozen" was the ninth best selling song in 2014, selling more than 3 million copies. There was a time when it seemed you couldn't go anywhere without hearing it.
As of 5:15 a.m., the fire was still active and officials were concerned the entire building might collapse. Residents and motorists have been asked to avoid the area.
Virginia further cemented its image as a mid-Atlantic state with the transfer of its maritime ports and airports to the oversight of the U.S. Customs and Border Protection in Baltimore instead of Atlanta.
Gov. Glenn Youngkin issued an executive order Thursday tasking the official who was rejected for an environmental Cabinet post with reducing Virginia regulations by 25%.
More than 20% of Virginians getting tested for coronavirus are receiving positive results ahead of the Fourth of July weekend, marking the state’s highest positivity rate since February.
First lady Jill Biden visited a health clinic in Henrico County on Friday afternoon to encourage parents to vaccinate children from 6 months to 5 years old against COVID-19.
It would be easy to call it magical, this river of pulsing yellow-white light that washes waist high across a woodland floor.
Gov. Glenn Youngkin announced the appointments Thursday, along with appointments for 14 other college boards.
The state of Oklahoma made use of the death penalty for the first time in nearly seven years on Oct. 28, 2021, with the execution of John Marion Grant.
A $2.2 million repair job is underway to reopen a damaged section of the Blue Ridge Parkway near Roanoke in October.
Stacker compiled a list of richest billionaires in Virginia using data from Forbes.
J.D. Bolt has had a distinguished career as an attorney and now General District Court judge. But he also has a distinction that not many people know about: he was one of the first people to travel through the Big Walker Mountain Tunnel, which celebrated its 50th anniversary on Wednesday.