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McAuliffe proposes criminal justice reforms

Felons who pleaded guilty would no longer be barred from seeking court’s review of DNA evidence under McAuliffe bill.

Lawyers for Virginia death-row inmate sue to stop lethal injection

Attorneys for Ricky Gray said an execution by firing squad would be less painful than the drug combination.

Home-sharing regulations under consideration in Arlington

A hearing and vote Saturday will determine how and whether to govern entities like Airbnb.

What to rename Jefferson Davis Highway? Readers have ideas.

Plenty of sublime and absurd ideas for Alexandria to consider for its portion of U.S. 1.

Two candidates face no competition in races for Arlington school board

Incumbent Nancy Van Doren and newcomer Tannia Talento are endorsed by the county Democratic Party for at-large seats.

Khizr Khan to stump for Clinton at mosque, veterans event in Norfolk

Father of slain Gold Star Army captain electrified Democratic convention, starred in TV ad for nominee.

Arlington chair Libby Garvey confident of re-election on Nov. 8

Facing indpeendent Audrey Clement, Democrat Libby Garvey proposes modest goals and says the board has moved on from acromonious times.

This wealthy county is hoping beer can help heal its budget hangover

Fairfax County looks to growing a craft-beer industry to help bolster tax revenues after years of stagnant growth and overstretched budgets.

In Fairfax, more volunteers, new equipment for Nov. 8 election

Officials in Virginia’s largest jurisdiction say they will avoid a repeat of the long lines of 2012.

A look at drug company spending, influence in Virginia

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.

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