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City Democrats, Republicans and Tea Partiers are still upset about problems in the Registrar's Office
State police are still awaiting official word from the Medical Examiner.
Attorney General Mark Herring promotes bills that are designed to reduce heroin use.
A federal agency has a recommendation for a prison sentence for Maureen McDonnell.
The Regional Chamber of Commerce wants to amend a procedure dealing with the personal property tax.
Legislation prohibiting in-state tuition rates for undocumented students gets derailed in Richmond.
Dominion has shortened its list of landowners who are facing legal action.
Governor McAuliffe had an overnight hospital stay following rib-breaking injury in Africa.
Legislation that would cap increases in athletic fees has advanced in Richmond.
The Democratic and Republican caucuses in the General Assembly showcase competing agendas.
The average price of a gallon of gas has officially gone below the $2 a gallon level.
Area residents celebrate Martin Luther King, Jr. holiday.
A resident of the Rose Hill neighborhood urges City Councilors to drop Lee-Jackson Day.
A fire has damaged a garage in Albemarle County
Governor McAuliffe has decided to make big personnel changes on the State Board of Elections
State Senator Louise Lucas (D- Portsmouth) will make another attempt to get casino gambling in Virginia.
There's a new local scholarship that honors the late Preston Coiner.
Area school boards are letting the General Assembly know they are tired of dwindling allocations.
The University of Virginia will pay for reviews of its response to the mid-November furor over a Rolling Stone article.
The Charlottesville School Board is in the midst of creating a new budget.