The Governor’s Task Force on School Safety held its first meeting yesterday. It will have just three weeks to offer recommendations to the legislature on how to better secure the state's nearly 2,000 public schools.
Childrens' mental health programs will likely see more state investment next year.
Lifting the state’s longstanding ban on mining uranium is gaining support from legislators far removed from the proposed Coal’s Hill site in Southside. Craig Carper reports.
In his State of the Commonwealth address, Governor Bob McDonnell asked legislators to approve reforms in education.
Gov. McDonnell wants Virginia to be the first state to eliminate the gasoline tax, in favor of an increased sales tax to fund transportation.
Governor Bob McDonnell will deliver his State of the Commonwealth address tonight, where he will lay out his legislative priorities for this year’s General Assembly session.
The Virginia Coal and Energy Commission voted 11 to 2 yesterday to in favor of writing regulations for the mining of uranium.
Republican Delegate Rob Bell has introduced legislation to require voters to present a photo ID at polling places.
In Goochland yesterday, Governor Bob McDonnell unveiled the second part of his education agenda for 2013.
After being sworn in as Virginia’s junior senator, Tim Kaine spoke with reporters about the challenges ahead.