The Republican controlled House of Delegates votes to repeal Virginia’s longstanding one-gun-a-month law.
A bill that would require a woman to receive an ultrasound image before getting an abortion has passed the Virginia Senate.
Goochland County Supervisors have asked the county Planning Commission members to resign no later than tomorrow. The resignations would be effective April 1st
The Peter Paul Development Center will celebrate 32 years of service to children in Richmond's east end tonight at the University of Richmond's Jepson Alumni Center.
The federal government’s fight to post large, graphic warning labels on cigarette packages went before a skeptical judge yesterday, and as Charles Fishburne reports, in his court at least, it is about free speech and advocacy.
The total assessed value of all real estate in Chesterfield County declined 2.9 percent during 2011.
The House of Delegates has advanced a bill that would require Virginians to present photo identification at their polling places in order to vote. Craig Carper reports.
Mayor Dwight Jones discussed accomplishments from 2011 as well as goals for 2012 in his state of the city address last night at Thomas Jefferson High School. Craig Carper reports.
An accountant hired by former Governor Doug Wilder says he found no discrepancy in the 2005 tax returns for the U.S. Slavery Museum.
Chesterfield Police are continuing their investigation into an attempted bank robbery on Hopkins Road just before 1 yesterday afternoon.