Just short of 2 million votes have already been cast in the 2020 election in Virginia, either through early voting or mail-in ballots that have been received at voting offices across the Commonwealth.
The Virginia Coastal Resilience Master Planning Framework, introduced this week, lays out the core principles of the Commonwealth’s approach to coastal protection and adaptation.
California and Washington are suing the Trump administration over a Refusal-of-Care rule that would allow healthcare providers to deny care and employers to deny coverage for abortion and contraception.
Virginia is taking the first significant steps to plan ahead for the eventual distribution of a COVID-19 vaccine.
Forty-five percent of the child-care programs in business in Virginia at the start of 2020 closed their doors at the beginning of the stay-at-home period in mid-March.
Gov. Ralph Northam has signed 16 new laws coming out of the ongoing special session, and proposed changes to five bills that will support the Commonwealth’s ongoing COVID-19 response and advance criminal justice reform.
The Augusta County Comprehensive Opioid, Stimulant, and Substance Abuse Site-based Program is in line to receive $600,000 from a U.S. Department of Justice grant program.
Legislation that will expand veteran access to mental health services is aimed at reducing the alarming rate of veteran suicide.
During dry weather, two little streams in Hollin Hills trickle gently downhill, shaded by a thick canopy of oak, hickory, beech and tulip trees.
The Virginia Department of Environmental Quality and its consultants, Skeo Solutions, Inc. and Metropolitan Group, have concluded an 18-month process to create a comprehensive Environmental Justice Study.
The upcoming presidential election is on TV 24 hours a day, seven days a week, all over social media, the interwebs, front yards in your neighborhood.
A federal judge has approved a consent decree extending the voter registration deadline through 11:59 p.m. on Thursday, on the heels of a registration system outage on Tuesday that lasted several hours.
Sen. Mark Warner and Seventh District Congresswoman Abigail Spanberger greeted early voters in Henrico on Monday to hit home the message: make your voice heard.
Infectious microbes, including bird flu viruses, coronaviruses and foodborne bacteria, are drawn to population density, dirt and weakened immune systems — the perfect conditions in which to mutate and spread in animals and humans alike.
With just a few more days until Virginia’s Oct. 13 voter registration deadline, Gov. Ralph Northam is urging Virginians to check their registration status and make sure they are registered to vote in the upcoming Nov. 3 general election.
A new poll from a Democratic research firm has Democrat Cameron Webb with a small lead in the Fifth District congressional race.
UVA Health is testing the antibody cocktail given to President Trump over the weekend to determine if it can prevent COVID-19 infection in people who share a household with someone with the illness.
The FBI and the Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency have issued an advisory to voters to help the public recognize and avoid spoofed election-related internet domains and email accounts during the 2020 election year.
Six outdoor mail collection boxes in Henrico, Chesterfield and Richmond were broken into over the weekend, and the United States Postal Service is investigating.
The American shad’s Atlantic population remains at a historic low, despite longstanding commercial fishing bans in several states and millions of dollars invested in restoring its spawning habitat in rivers and creeks.
Legislation requiring federal agencies to establish and publish COVID-19 workplace protections has passed in the House.