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Republicans are making “misleading and dishonest” claims, Democratic committee leader says.
Linda Diane Wallis has been charged in an embezzlement case involving Richard L. Saslaw’s campaign funds.
The Republican insider will have to win over the grass roots — again — as he runs for Virginia governor.
A Republican delegate pushed back on the Democratic governor’s call for stricter firearms restrictions.
Public hearing set for next week on Robinson Terminal North sites.
After five hours of tense debate, the City Council decided to allow the
City inventory finds streets large and small named to honor figures loyal to the South in the Civil War.
Republicans won’t touch Medicaid expansion, but struggling hospitals say there must be another way.
After the South Carolina church attack, Alexandria questions street names that honor Confederate figures.
The move is a victory for the governor and abortion rights activists who said the rules were politically motivated.
A state Supreme Court ruling keeps manuals out of the public eye.
Democratic lawmakers are trying to let younger teens pre-register.
The governor’s lawyer makes a case for recess appointments when the Virginia House says it’s in session.
The Democrat taking on Frank Wagner says he’ll fix the error in campaign materials
The senator from Vermont has stops planned at Liberty University and the Prince William County Fairground.
Lawmakers plan to hold a hearing in the fall, but administration remains mum on state alcohol police report.
With the governor saddled with a hostile legislature, the job of AG looks more appealing than ever.
Subcontractor and the firm it hired trade blame over who should pay the rest of what the workers are owed.
Va. Senate hopeful Joe Morrissey has a paralyzed diaphragm — but he has bounced back from worse.
Parties have until Friday to propose special masters, until Sept. 18 to submit redrawn district boundaries.