A judge has appointed a Fredericksburg attorney to determine the value of 38 acres where former Governor Douglas Wilder wants to build the National Slavery Museum. Charles Fishburne has more in this followup report.
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Virginia Tech has just released its 2013 football helmet ratings and added one more to the 5-star mark.
The Virginia Department of Education is providing parents with a collection of activities, resources and tips to promote summer learning.
Federal forecasters are predicting a busier than usual hurricane season this year, and it begins next week.
With hurricane season beginning next week and NOAA predicting a busier than normal one, state officials are urging residents to plan ahead and purchase supplies. As Charles Fishburne reports, a sales tax holiday beginning Saturday should make that easier.
Virginia moves into a holiday mode with the Memorial Day weekend coming up.
Researchers at the University of Virginia's Weldon Cooper Center for Public Service say there is more poverty in Northern Virginia than previously recorded, and they have unveiled a new measure they say is a more accurate way to determine economic distress in a region.
Triple A says fewer Virginians are expected to travel at least 50 miles from home during the Memorial Day weekend.
A civil liberties group has filed a federal lawsuit against law enforcement and mental health officials on behalf of a former Marine from Chesterfield County, who was detained in a psychiatric facility after posting anti-government messages on Facebook.
The United States Supreme Court will consider the constitutional limits on prayers during legislative sessions, accepting an appeal from a New York town that starts most council meetings with a Christian invocation.