Virginia's Republican Party has chosen a new leader.
The State Senate is considering a bill that would let a political party create the rules for its primary elections.
Retiring Albemarle Supervisor Ken Boyd challenges a message Chairwoman Jane Dittmar sent to VDOT.
A State Senate panel has rejected a bill allowing adoption by the partners of unmarried gay parents.
Philip Shucet has praised the bids VDOT received for the 29 North improvement projects.
A bill that deals with student athletic fees has cleared the House of Delegates.
A judge has sentenced Claire Ogilvie to four years in prison for a 2014 incident at the home of a local lawmaker.
Members say they never saw Delegate Rob Bell’s bill, which might kill the Rio Road/29 North interchange.
Steve Koleszar is seeking a sixth term on the Albemarle School Board.
Albemarle Delegate Rob Bell authored a budget amendment that could affect Route 29 corridor projects.
City councilors approve grants that benefit the homeless and encourage affordable housing.
City Democrats, Republicans and Tea Partiers are still upset about problems in the Registrar's Office
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.
Delegate Jeff Campbell (R- Saltville) wants Virginia to raise the threshold for reckless driving.
Incumbent Greene County Sheriff Steve Smith is seeking a new term.
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.