This year, more Virginians than ever are expected to file their state income taxes electronically, and the Department of Taxation is doing all they can to encourage it.
Articles by Charles Fishburne
GRTC says it is prepared to keep buses rolling should there be a transit strike, in the wake of a vote over the weekend by union workers not to accept a new contract.
Henrico County schools could cut 37 full-time positions as they try to deal with a multi-million dollar budget gap.
The Obama administration has reached a deal with black farmers that could provide 1.25 billion dollars in compensation over decades of alleged racial discrimination by the Department of Agriculture.
The American Indian Sculpture at the Diamond apparently will find a new home in Shockoe Bottom.
The Va. DEQ has released its latest assessment of water quality in the state. High quality water in many areas is still years away.
Virginia Attorney General Cuccinelli says religious displays on government property are legal, provided other faiths and secular beliefs are represented.
Both Virginia Senators Warner and Webb yesterday urged their Senate colleagues for a prompt vote on the nomination of Justice Barbara Keenan to serve on the 4th Circuit Court of Appeals.
The University of Virginia is celebrating the 125th anniversary of its McCormick Observatory
Summertime is prime time for star gazing, and tomorrow night, the Science Museum of Virginia has an evening planned to put you in touch with the universe. Charles Fishburne reports.