The Virginia Public Access Project released a new interactive data visualization feature. It allows users to see what percentage of funding candidates throughout Virginia receive from small donors, businesses, and single interest groups.
The Buchanan County Government received nearly $1.3 million following last year’s massive flood which impacted Hurley, Virginia, but individual people and businesses did not. Now residents fear the same may ring true for this latest disaster.
Rates of both murder and aggravated assault with firearms are increasing in the commonwealth according to a new report from the Virginia Department of Health. However, many of those trends are headed down in the central Virginia region.
A federal prosecutor says a Virginia hair and nail salon operator has pleaded guilty to charges stemming from a scheme in which she filed for pandemic unemployment assistance despite reopening her shop.
Rep. Bob Good was elected by Republicans in Virginia’s 5th District to represent them in November’s general election. The GOP convention gathered Saturday, May 21, at Hampden Sydney College to cast their votes for either Rep. Bob Good or challenger Dan Moy.
The Virginia Office of the Children’s Ombudsman officially launched this week after almost a year of development. Investigation, advocation, and education about the child welfare system and foster care is just part of their mission.
Officials say Mountain Valley Pipeline will seek new permits that courts have been rejected twice, increasing the cost for proposed natural gas pipeline that would run through Virginia and West Virginia and delaying its completion.
A jury has awarded $15 million in compensatory damages to Sharon and Lexie love, Yeardley love’s mother and sister. It also found George Huguely responsible for punitive damages, but decided not to award any.