Attorney General and de facto Republican nominee for Governor Ken Cuccinelli released eight years of his personal tax returns yesterday.
Annette Thompson or her attorney will appear in court Monday to set a trial date on five Class I misdemeanor charges of animal cruelty.
The Virginia Department of Transportation is about to spend $68 million in highway resurfacing projects all over the Richmond District. It includes everything from Interstates to neighborhood streets.
Two men from Chesterfield died late Tuesday night on westbound I-64 in New Kent County.
The Virginia Department of Forestry is closing its doors on its popular seedling sales for the season, and as Charles Fishburne reports, for more than 90 years it has helped keep Virginia green.
A group of gun safety advocates has launched a billboard campaign to urge House Majority Leader Eric Cantor to support the firearm background check bill, likely to pass the Senate this week.
U. S. Sen. Mark Warner (D-Va.) spoke on the floor yesterday to urge fellow members to support the gun control bill before the Senate, which includes a portion known as the Campus Safety Act.
On the Northern Neck, Richmond County’s Emergency Services will hire two new employees, and EMS Chief Greg Baker says they’ll save money doing it.
In the aftermath of Monday’s bombing in Boston, emergency medical personnel instantly organized to identify and treat victims. Richmond Ambulance Authority emergency protocols involve multiple agencies.
Virginia Tech researchers show fatigue is the leading form of distracted driving resulting in crashes and near crashes.