Family sues Virginia day-care center over 6-year-old son's death
Virginia Tech to sell 26 acres to FAA for runway expansion at executive airport
Former Alexandria council candidate convicted of brandishing weapon, gets suspended sentence
Skydiver in critical condition after hard landing at Va airport
NTSB: Pilot error blamed for plane crash that killed 4 in Virginia's Great Dismal Swamp
Army's annual 'Best Warrior' competition begins this week at Virginia's Fort Lee
Virginia to receive $392K as its share of $17M settlement with Google
Va. education department unveils classroom video about state's Indian tribes
'Living Waters' summit Tuesday in Richmond to bring together faith, conservation leaders
Jarell Eddie scores 21 points as Virginia Tech beats VMI 105-92
Addison Spruill scores 6 of his 24 points in the final :28 as UNCW holds off Liberty 87-76
Police in Manassas are investigating the origin and makeup of a possible explosive device that was found at a business in the city.
Redskins, NFL to discuss incident in which official allegedly directed vulgarities at Williams
Ric Brown is staying on as Virginia's secretary of finance.
Governor-elect Terry McAuliffe announced Brown's appointment Monday. Brown served in the same position for both outgoing Republican Gov. Bob McDonnell and his predecessor, Democrat Tim Kaine. Brown has worked in state government for more than 40 years.
Virginia Democratic state Sen. Mark Herring holds a 164-vote lead over Republican state Sen. Mark Obenshain in the attorney general's race.
The General Services Administration has narrowed down the possible locations for a new FBI headquarters as it launches the next step in its regionwide search.
McDonnell announces largest Virginia oyster harvest since 1987 _ 406,000 bushels
Google has agreed to a settlement requiring the Internet giant to change its privacy practices, in particular its setting cookies on certain Safari web browsers during 2011 and 2012.
USS Gravely completes maiden deployment, returns to home port in Va.
One museum has among its vast Confederate-centric collection Thomas "Stonewall" Jackson's sword and the flag that flew at Robert E. Lee's headquarters. The other museum strives to tell the story of the American Civil War through the eyes of Northerners and Southerners, freed and enslaved blacks, soldiers and civilians.