Drivers with E-ZPasses issued from Virginia will soon have more change in their pocket as Gov. Terry McAuliffe signed a bill to eliminate the monthly fee.
Commuters have suffered through construction related delays for long enough. The Interstate 95 and 395 lanes are scheduled to open on time.
Cargo ship that ran aground in windy Chesapeake Bay off Virginia Beach refloated
AP PHOTOS: Thousands of sailors return to cheerful friends, family after 9-month deployment
TSA says Indiana man arrested in Virginia after loaded handgun found in carry-on bag
A man died when a vehicle struck a tree in McLean, Va. early Friday.
Citing alarming heroin use increase, community meeting in Winchester to discuss solutions
McAuliffe announces changes to help more Virginia felons regain voting rights
James River Coal wants to auction off all or parts of business in July
Virginia-based Coast Guard cutter heads home after big drug haul Caribbean
U.Va. visitors to consider tuition increases next week in southwest session
Harrisonburg man sentenced to prison for selling deadly dose of heroin
W.Va. public defender questions warrant for Virginia man sought for questioning in 3 killings
Federal judge refuses to throw out Richmond woman's 14-year sentence for ID theft, fraud
The family of a Virginia man shot and killed by Martinsburg police officers has won a legal fight to obtain autopsy and state police reports from the incident.
The world's leading supplier and processor of leaf tobacco is venturing beyond the cash crop into the food business.
Members of Virginia's congressional delegation say Fort Pickett will be the home of a training center for U.S. diplomatic personnel assigned to high-threat areas around the globe.
Gov. Terry McAuliffe and U.S. Sen Mark Warner are donating to charity funds tied to a wealthy hotel executive and Democratic fundraiser who pleaded guilty to campaign finance violations.
A judge says former Virginia Gov. Bob McDonnell can keep some court filings from the public, but not from prosecutors in his public corruption case.
A group of law students at Washington and Lee University is demanding the school banish the Confederate flag from its Lexington campus and repudiate one of its namesakes, Gen. Robert E. Lee.
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