Prosecutors say a federal grand jury has indicted four people for their roles in a scheme to use the identities of 35 Virginia prison inmates to secure more than $300,000 in pandemic-related unemployment benefits.
Henrico School Board chair has resigned after she shared a controversial, now-deleted, social media post in March in connection to the decision by Dr. Seuss Enterprises to stop publishing several books.
Virginia Attorney General Mark Herring and the Virginia NAACP are launching a collaborative effort to identify and implement reforms to the way the state and its law enforcement agencies handle investigations into officer-involved shooting deaths
The CDC is reporting many outbreaks in younger people are being linked to youth sports and extra curriculars. In a White House briefing Monday, CDC Director Dr. Rochelle Wolensky said those activities should be limited.
News outlets report Roanoke County Schools is looking into the photo in which Chauvin’s face is covered by the logo of Cave Spring High School, while the logo of Hidden Valley High School covers Floyd’s face.
The Republican Party of Virginia just landed on its nominating process to select its statewide candidates. The party hopes this will allow more voters to participate, but former 5th District Congressman Denver Riggleman says he’s still unsatisfied.
Gov. Northam has signed a $3.7 billion deal with Amtrak and CSX Transportation that officials say will break loose a major East Coast chokepoint and allow for a dramatic expansion of passenger and commuter rail.
Last month, Virginia lawmakers quietly passed one of the most restrictive bans in the country on the use of facial recognition technology. But now some law enforcement officials are asking Gov. Northam to put the brakes on.
The Virginia Department of Health and the Virginia Hospital & Healthcare Association have released a series of videos featuring Virginia’s frontline health care workers answering common questions about the COVID-19 vaccine.