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The House of Delegates deep-sixes a bill that would have provided secrecy for firms that make drugs for lethal-injection executions.
The late Hannah Graham's birthday is Wednesday.
White Hall District supervisor Ann Mallek has announced that she's running for another term.
A developer wants to build a hotel on West Rio Road near the 29 North intersection.
Our area's Habitat for Humanity has ambitious plans for the Southwood trailer park.
Environment Virginia is unhappy about the political clout of chemical firms.
Dominion Virginia Power customers set their all-time record for using electricity last Friday.
A Lynchburg woman who ran an unlicensed day care center won't go to jail.
If you need a job, the state is hiring up to three dozen game wardens.
A State Senate committee has rejcted a bill that would have allowed public prayers at government meetings.
Albemarle residents had their first opportunity Monday to sound off on the County Executive's budget ideas.
House-Senate budget negotiators have agreed on a proposed salary increase for state employees.
Some alternate routes have been drawn up for the proposed natural gas pipeline that would go through Nelson, Buckingham and Augusta.
State lawmakers are considering a bill that would let cancer patients try any drug that's available.
Virginia's gasoline prices continue their recent climb.
The federal government is investigating how Washington and Lee University handled a woman's sexual assault complaint.
Embattled Delegate Joe Morrissey will be reunited with items from his law office.
Nationwide Insurance plans to close Lynchburg call center in 2016.
A state agency has proposed a six-figure fine against CSX
A Delta Airlines flight bound for New York was safely diverted to Richmond.