Some Virginians who went through foreclosure are getting money back. Attorney General Mark Herring says about 4000 borrowers are part of a settlement if they had a mortgage through Ocwen Financial Corporation, Litton Loan Servicing or Homeward Residential Holdings. They admitted to violations in servicing mortgages and proceeding with foreclosures. Those affected are being notified. The exact payment will depend on how many sign up for the settlement. Checks will go out later this year.
Former U.S Senator Jim Webb (D- Falls Church) skips the Democrats' summer meeting in Minneapolis.
A judge has refused to dismiss a lawsuit that involves license-plate readers.
A high school athlete is recuperating from a two-vehicle collision in Spostylvania County.
A professional football player is no longer facing a felony charge in Virginia Beach.
The rumors are true: Apple will host an event Sept. 9 in San Francisco.