The General Assembly will return to Richmond next week, but will they have a budget agreement to consider?
A federal judge, finding "extraordinary relief is warranted," has issued a restraining order against Envigo's Cumberland County breeding facility in an effort to halt its "torturous" mistreatment of beagle dogs and puppies.
Hung Cao, a retired U.S. Navy captain, is the GOP nominee to take on Rep. Jennifer Wexton, D-10th, in a competitive, redrawn district based in Loudoun and Prince William counties.
Rep. Bob Good, R-5th, easily won his party’s nomination Saturday to seek a second term, topping challenger Dan Moy at a GOP district convention at Hampden-Sydney College.
With Republicans preparing to choose a candidate Saturday to represent a newly drawn 5th Congressional District that now includes much of the Richmond area’s outer suburbs, Rep. Bob Good isn’t budging from his position on the far right of the party’s political spectrum.
Legislators from the Richmond area want Gov. Glenn Youngkin to delay carrying out his new telework policy for state employees until after Labor Day and let workers return to the office schedules they followed before the COVID-19 pandemic upended state government almost 27 months ago.
In learning his new job — governor of the commonwealth of Virginia — one would have thought Glenn Youngkin would learn something about public education.
U.S. officials have seized 145 beagles from breeder Envigo’s Cumberland County facility and a federal prosecutor is asking a judge to compel the company to stop mistreating dogs in violation of the Animal Welfare Act.
State employees face a tight deadline on Friday for getting permission to work from their homes under a new telework policy that Gov. Glenn Youngkin has imposed, but some say their supervisors have shown little flexibility in carrying it out.
Attorney General Jason Miyares wants the Supreme Court of Virginia to grant him access to sealed records of a former chair of the Virginia Parole Board, which he’s now investigating.
Another former executive at the Virginia Information Technologies Agency has landed a leadership position in the private IT industry.
For an increasing number of state employees, Gov. Glenn Youngkin’s Day One program is a nightmare.
The seven Democratic incumbents who lost contests for the Virginia House of Delegates last fall had significant financial advantages over their GOP opponents, according to the Virginia Public Access Project.
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Acknowledging the risk of cost overruns but saying it doesn’t anticipate any, Dominion Energy made its case Tuesday to state regulators for approval of $9.65 billion from its Virginia customers to build the country’s largest offshore wind farm.
With a deadline looming at the end of the week for state employees to ask permission to work from home, Virginia has lost the leader of the state personnel agency handling the requests.
The former chief operating officer at the Virginia Information Technologies Agency has taken a new role as executive of a private company that provides services to state government agencies, including more than 60 in Virginia’s executive branch.
Virginia is poised to begin an exhaustive 12-month review of more than 2 million people in its Medicaid program for the elderly, disabled and low-income families — it’s just a question of when.
Keeping tuition flat would force the university to cut at least 350 jobs, increase class sizes and maybe remove classes, president Michael Rao said.
State officials are refusing to release a document that purportedly undercuts Gov. Glenn Youngkin’s desire to remove Virginia from a greenhouse gas reduction program.
Dr. Elaine Perry, most recently interim health director for the Virginia Department of Health’s Central Shenandoah Health District, in July will become health director for the Richmond and Henrico health districts.
Within a recent 60-day period in Chesterfield County, 48 people charged with assaulting a family member were released by a county magistrate without having to post a bond.
Virginia’s behavioral health agency says its regional staff — including employees in the field — won’t be affected by a new telework policy that Gov. Glenn Youngkin issued last week.
He also asked them to keep tuition flat during the next academic year.
The economic recovery that began more than a year ago in Virginia is still picking up strength, as state revenues surged by almost 46% in April, compared with the same month a year earlier.