The ACC and the Pac-12 are kicking the tires on the idea of forming an alliance that could get the two conferences at least closer in terms of TV money to their rivals in the SEC and Big Ten.
Two men have been arrested in connection with an apparent planned mass shooting at a Richmond community Fourth of July celebration.
Denny McCarthy, currently 39th in the FedEx Cup standings, 88th in the Official World Golf Ranking, one spot ahead of Phil Mickelson, might project as a target for the LIV Golf Series, which is throwing gobs of Saudi oil money at its sportswashing effort.
Virginia Tech shouldn’t need to do something in terms of a special offer to get fans to want to buy tickets when the Hokies and Mountaineers meet in Blacksburg on Sept. 22.
A billboard in Stafford County is reminding voters in Virginia’s Seventh Congressional District that Yesli Vega said last month that victims of rape are less likely to get pregnant.
Gov. Glenn Youngkin wants to prohibit abortions in Virginia after 15 weeks. Fifth District Congressman Bob Good’s response to that: hold my beer.
Gas prices in Virginia are down 11.5 cents per gallon over the past week, but they’re still cripplingly high, at $4.60 per gallon, according to GasBuddy’s survey of 4,081 stations in Virginia.
Unprecedented floods in South Asia and China have forced mass evacuations and left millions miserable.
A whopping 71 percent of registered voters think Joe Biden shouldn’t run for a second term, the top reasons being, he’s a bad president, he’s too old, it’s time for a change.
The Blaze is a conservative pretend news service, which you can tell – the part about it being pretend – when you get to this item about a host named Elijah Schaffer, who apparently is a real person.