Va. DEQ lifts drought watch for Upper James River basin, precipitation raises water levels
Judge denies bond for woman charged in Virginia Eastern Shore arson investigation
Former Democratic Party of Virginia Chairman and legislator Brian Moran is teaming with Republican former Del. Chris Saxman and veteran lobbyist Rob Jones to form a new lobbying and business consulting company.
Documents show some top executives at the board that manages the Washington region's airports have spent tens of thousands of dollars on travel, meals and similar expenses.
Dinwiddie County's Board of Supervisors has approved a resolution naming a section of Interstate 85 in honor of a slain Virginia State Police trooper.
The president of the Virginia Board of Education and another board member will host a forum in Norfolk on education issues.
A Henrico woman faces up to 15 years in prison on charges of putting her newborn daughter in a dryer and leaving the infant to die.
U.Va. police investigate hacking of school's website, Root The Box claims responsibility
Following the Boston Marathon bombings, people across the country are asking how they can help victims and the city of Boston recover.
Cleanup of Va train derailment expected to continue through early June
Classes set to resume after at least 5 small fires reported at Christopher Newport University
WTOP's Andrew Mollenbeck reports.
A nationwide search continues for 5-year-old Cameron Serafin, taken from Fairfax County by his mother Rebecca, in what police now say was an abduction.
A proposed fee for most upperclassmen at the University of Virginia has been dropped. But tuition increases are expected.
NASA has given the OK for a private company to proceed with a test launch of a rocket that will eventually help carry cargo to the International Space Station.
American Airlines flights were grounded Tuesday afternoon while the carrier worked to repair its reservation system.
Nyla Milleson is the new women's basketball coach at George Mason.
Milleson was announced Tuesday as the replacement for Jeri Porter, who resigned last month after five seasons at the school.
More than 100,000 uninsured Virginia residents with drug and alcohol addictions will become eligible for insurance when the federal health care overhaul goes into effect next year.
Correction: Mall Shooting-Virginia story
SC man faces involuntary manslaughter charges in Va. wreck that killed 3 W.Va. residents