Gov. Terry McAuliffe asks Virginia business groups for help on Medicaid expansion
Christopher Dietz is seeking $750,000 in damages from Jane Perez, saying her negative reviews cost him business.
World of Beer is getting things in order to construct its 4,500-square-foot location at The Avant at Reston Town Center.
Loudoun supervisor Delgaudio says recall petition against him seeks to disenfranchise voters
While Virginia's population growth slowed in 2013, state still outpacing US rate
Federal judge in Va stays discovery in Star Scientific shareholder suit due to McDonnell case
A Washington & Lee student faces more charges stemming from a wreck that killed another student.
A task force created after a state senator's mentally ill son attacked him is proposing a wider window to ensure that people who are a threat to themselves or others can get the emergency psychiatric care they need.
Lawyers argue over who former Va. Gov. Bob McDonnell and his wife can contact prior to trial
Plenty of organizations, businesses and restaurants in the D.C. area are hosting events and specials for Washingtonians to get a glimpse -- and have a taste -- of the biggest celebration in many Asian cultures.
Packaging company MeadWestvaco's 4Q profit jumps on sale of forestry business, sales gains
Va.'s December unemployment falls to 5.2 percent; still below national average
EPA, 3 Va. military bases settle alleged underground storage tank violations
Lawyers: $9M proposed settlement for Va. boy with cerebral palsy born in Hawaii Army hospital
The Fairfax County Board of Supervisors needs more time to go over the impact of changes to the Reston Master Plan.
Sunday's Super Bowl poses an immense challenge for security officials, particularly in analyzing the flood of available data to discern a legitimate threat.
Loudoun is still Virginia's fastest growing county, but its Northern Virginia neighbors are not far behind.
Storm dumps up to 10 inches of snow in SE Virginia, more cities declare emergencies
Metro: weekend work will mean longer waits on 4 of 5 lines
The first six months of Virginia's law getting tough on texting while driving reveal a clear trend. Drivers in Northern Virginia are the most likely to be convicted.