Democratic Senator Jim Webb is criticizing President Obama’s decision to intervene in Libya and says while he is retiring from the Senate, he is not finished with politics.
A company with its Nuclear Operations Group headquarters in Lynchburg may help Japan with its badly damaged nuclear reactors.
On Sunday, The Petersburg Battlefield will commemorate the battle of Five Forks. Fought April 1st, 1865, it was the beginning of the end of the Confederacy.
The Virginia Board of Education tomorrow will consider a less restrictive version of guidelines about how teachers should communicate electronically with their students.
A Virginia prison inmate who has served nearly three decades for at least one rape he did not commit has been released. DNA evidence cleared him for that crime, and he may be declared innocent of related ones.
Sean Gorman and Jacob Geiger report on the fact checking team's most recent findings.
Governor Bob McDonnell has ordered state agencies to begin checking legal status of all new hires by June first of this year, ahead of the December 1, 2012 deadline agreed to by the legislature.
Virginia is now the third state in the country to implement a new search method that could speed up police investigations and solve cases that have remained open for years.
The University of Virginia is celebrating 40 years of full coeducation this weekend, with a conference recognizing “A Century of Accomplishments.”
The search continues for a boater whose boat capsized in the Nottoway River yesterday morning.