Governor Bob McDonnell is expressing pride and satisfaction for the Virginia Navy Seal team who executed the mission responsible for killing Osama Bin Laden.
Articles by Craig Carper
The General Assembly has unfrozen nearly two dozen vacant judgeships and has approved candidates for 17 of those seats. Carig Carper reports.
After three days of negotiations between Democrats and Republicans, the State Senate has passed a bipartisan redistricting compromise in response to the Governor's veto of the original plan. Craig Carper reports.
State Senate Republicans and Democrats are slowly inching toward a redistricting compromise and continued to meet late into last night. Craig Carper reports.
Attorney General Ken Cuccinelli is appealing the U.S. Department of Education Sanction on Virginia Tech regarding the mass shootings of April 16, 2007. Craig Carper reports.
Legislators from both sides of the aisle paid tribute yesterday to the man who kept the House of Delegates running for the past 20 years, House Clerk Bruce Jamerson, who was found dead early Monday. Craig Carper reports.
Democrats and Republicans in the state Senate began meetings yesterday evening in attempt to find a bipartisan compromise on a new redistricting proposal in the wake of Governor McDonnell’s veto. Craig Carper reports.
The House of Delegates and state Senate will return to the Capitol today to debate legislative redistricting again in response to the Governor’s veto of the initial plan. Craig Carper reportsfrom Capitol Square.
For the sixty third year in a row, current elected officials and candidates seeking elected office met with thousands of voters in Wakefield yesterday for the annual Shad-Planking event. Craig Carper reports.
The House of Deleages' Privileges and Elections Committee unanimously has approved an updated redistricting plan in response to Governor McDonnell’s veto.