Brenco, in Petersburg, is hiring. The company makes tapered roller bearings used throughout the world in the rail industry.
The University of Virginia is now treating alcohol addiction based on individuals genetic profiles.
Brooks Smith discusses Capitol's connections with 150th anniversary.
A State Senate subcommittee has killed a proposal that would allow a majority of state legislatures to repeal a federal law ... and some Democratic lawmakers are trying to strip power from the Virginia Attorney General.
A woman has been charged with setting the fire that damaged a building on Cameron Avenue in Colonial Heights over the weekend.
A red flag is up from the Better Business Bureau in Central Virginia for caterers and restaurants.
A Virginia teenager being held in Kuwait could be about to return home tomorrow. Charles Fishburne reports.
A survey of food programs run by the Salvation Army nationwide finds more need and less to pay for it.
The Miller Center of Public Affairs at The University of Virginia is exploring the life and legacy of Martin Luther King, Jr. with a program focusing on his relationship with President Lyndon Johnson.
After declining for several years, government figures now show a jump in the production of methamphetamines.