After seeing significant losses statewide in recent years and with Democrats currently controlling all levers of power in Richmond, Republican chances of winning statewide may look slim, but one candidate says he can win.
A self-proclaimed white nationalist has been sentenced to nearly three-and-a-half years in federal prison for threatening to rape the wife of a man who was part of a separate racist group he felt was harassing him.
In Augusta County, there’s a new program in the works that aims to keep people out of jail by helping them reroute their lives. It’s called the LEAD program, which stands for Law Enforcement Assisted Diversion.
A measure introduced by Del. Danica Roem, D-Manassas, will prohibit a school board from taking legal action against a family or student for school meal debt. The bill has passed both chambers of the General Assembly.
Recent winter storms are causing delays in much needed COVID-19 vaccination doses, but the Blue Ridge Health District is rescheduling appointments and making sure everyone who needs a second dose gets one.
Although most of the snow from last week’s storm has melted away, one city resident says that when snow plows come through, they push all of the snow to street corners, creating a nightmare situation for those with disabilities.
Charlottesville Mayor Nikuyah Walker’s spending of city funds is not under criminal investigation, according to the city’s Commonwealth’s Attorney. However, he says the policy does need a desperate overhaul.
The Cavaliers were held scoreless over the final 3:10, and the No. 7 Virginia men’s basketball team lost 66-65 at Duke on Saturday night. Five of the last seven games against the Blue Devils have been decided by two points or less.
The Valley Mission in Staunton serves the area’s homeless and other community members 24-7 every day of the year, and this is their 50th year doing it. In five decades the Mission has seen a lot of changes and continues to overcome challenges to help people in need.
The bill repeals a Virginia law that makes it a felony for HIV-positive people to sell or donate blood, body fluids, organs and tissues. It also removes a law that prohibits the donation of blood and organs by people with HIV and other sexually transmitted diseases.