School bus runs off road, hits tree in Dinwiddie County, 14 students injured
Newport News officer accused of standing on porch nude, charged with indecent exposure
Newspaper revenue fell 2 percent to $38.6 billion in 2012, the slowest decline in 6 years
Nearly 6,300 Dollar Tree employees are waiting to hear whether a federal judge in Norfolk certifies a lawsuit over wages as a class action.
A new program in Richmond aims to encourage children to read by offering them incentives.
Richmond City Council is considering a zoning change that would allow backyard chickens in residential neighborhoods.
The crew of the guided-missile cruiser USS Monterey is preparing to deploy to the Arabian Gulf.
Report: U.Va. full-time faculty earn highest salaries in state, Washington & Lee ranks 2nd
Belinda Carlisle talks with WTOP about venturing back into pop music and touring with The Go-Go's.
Va. State Police investigate crash of small plane at glider port that injured NC man
Martinsville officials revisit proposal to revert city to town in Henry County
More than 700 expected to attend Environment Virginia Symposium at VMI
Researchers say crabs are actually thriving on the growing amount of carbon pollution that's reaching the nation's largest estuary from the ocean.
2014 trial set for lawsuit filed by man whose Culpeper murder conviction was overturned
ACLU asks judge to order Pittsylvania Co. to pay woman's legal bill for prayer court fight
17-year cicadas to appear in Richmond area in May
James Madison latest Va. school to report mumps, cases also confirmed at U. of Richmond, VCU
You have probably found yourself at one time or another stopped along I-66. But at least there are now new travel times posted for you to look at while stuck in the gridlock.
Contractor faces up to 10 years in prison after pleading guilty to bribing 2 Norfolk workers
Postal Service to close Norfolk mail processing operation, move work to Sandston this summer