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Felons who pleaded guilty would no longer be barred from seeking court’s review of DNA evidence under McAuliffe bill.
D.C. region worried about cost to fix Metro, as Wiedefeld says he needs $1 billion more by 2020
Settlement would help restore Shenandoah Valley rivers polluted in the 1930s and ’40s.
Attorneys for Ricky Gray said an execution by firing squad would be less painful than the drug combination.
Ousted Rep. Randy Forbes (R-Va.) is a longtime advocate for a 350-ship Navy
A hearing and vote Saturday will determine how and whether to govern entities like Airbnb.
Plenty of sublime and absurd ideas for Alexandria to consider for its portion of U.S. 1.
Incumbent Nancy Van Doren and newcomer Tannia Talento are endorsed by the county Democratic Party for at-large seats.
Fairfax County moves closer to creating new panel to review cases of police abuse and misconduct
Father of slain Gold Star Army captain electrified Democratic convention, starred in TV ad for nominee.
The “toss up” northern Virginia district is among the most competitive this year
Virginia is widely seen as off the table for Trump, but his campaign thinks otherwise.
Wason Center poll puts Clinton up 12 points over Trump in Virginia.
Facing indpeendent Audrey Clement, Democrat Libby Garvey proposes modest goals and says the board has moved on from acromonious times.
Fairfax County looks to growing a craft-beer industry to help bolster tax revenues after years of stagnant growth and overstretched budgets.
CNU poll finds Libertarian Gary Johnson peels off supporters from both Clinton and Trump.
Support from United Daughters of the Confederacy, state legislature, would be needed.
The House speaker said Del. Richard Morris needs to step down amid “troubling allegations.”
Officials in Virginia’s largest jurisdiction say they will avoid a repeat of the long lines of 2012.
In Virginia and in states across the country, drugmakers that produce opioids and allied advocacy groups are spending heavily as they work to influence state and federal policies.