Today’s U.S. Supreme Court decision to dismiss a Republican challenge to findings of racial gerrymandering in some of Virginia’s legislative districts.
Articles by Whittney Evans
Controversial political figure and former state delegate Joe Morrissey has won the Democratic Primary election in Virginia’s 16th Senate District-ousting incumbent Rosalyn Dance.
The ACLU has filed a lawsuit alleging racial discrimination at a Chesterfield County apartment complex. W
New details have emerged in Friday’s mass shooting at a Virginia Beach municipal government building. Authorities confirmed the gunman, a city engineer, had delivered a resignation letter to his supervisors, hours before he shot dead 11 of his coworkers and a contractor. But investigators stopped short of specifying a clear motive for the slayings. Now the community is left to grieve and wonder why?
Abortion clinic inspectors and regulators testified in federal court this week describing unsanitary, and in some cases unsafe conditions at some abortion clinics before the Virginia Board of Health started regulating them in 2011.
Virginia’s former commissioner of health testified Wednesday in federal court where four state abortion regulations are being challenged.
Monday was day one of what’s expected to be a two-week-long trial in a challenge to Virginia abortion restrictions.
Dozens of people marched across the Lee bridge in Richmond Friday to protest fracked-gas pipelines in the Commonwealth.
Richmond tenants who are in court for housing-related issues now have an attorney dedicated to helping them resolve their cases.