The Richmond politician says the charges, which stem from a visit he made to a Church Hill precinct in 2019, are unfounded.
Three women, two of whom are Black, are among legislators chosen; citizen applications will be accepted until Dec. 28.
Del. Jason Miyares, a former prosecutor in Virginia Beach, taps into the GOP’s antisocialist messaging, claims Democrats are ‘out of control.’
Campbell County supervisors voted to refuse to help enforce limit on gatherings, businesses.
A federal lawsuit accuses Stafford County of intentionally blocking the cemetery. County officials say they’re worried it will contaminate nearby wells.
McClellan, a Democrat with the ability to self-fund, is the 11th person to join the race.
Daniel Gade says he won’t run for governor in 2021 but won’t rule out seeking statewide office in the future.
Legislators will be forced to be more selective about what they file amid the pandemic.
Approved in Nov. 3 elections, new panel gets underway with job of drawing political maps for 2021 races.
Denver Riggleman (R-Va.) doesn’t believe in Bigfoot. But he learned a lot by immersing himself in the world of those who do.
Hilco Redevelopment Partners plans to transform the Potomac River Generating Station into offices, housing, retail shops and open space.
But organizers announce plans for a pro-gun caravan of vehicles through Richmond in January.
Republicans want to limit the coming session to 30 days after an 84-day marathon.
About 22,000 Virginians who have exhausted other benefits will be cut off Nov. 21.
The “Nation’s Gun Show” organizers sought an exemption from tighter coronavirus rules for an event that usually draws thousands.
‘Nation’s Gun Show’ organizer says the tighter restrictions will force it to cancel this weekend’s event, which is expected to draw thousands.
The veteran lawmaker touted his recent win in a blue district and his pragmatic approach to politics.
The prosecutor dismissed the charges. The police chief who filed them says she was fired shortly thereafter.
Speaker Filler-Corn orders virtual session after consulting with state health department, which recommended the move.
Gov. Ralph Northam (D) said he plans to work on legislation with the General Assembly. But the process could take two years to play out.