The year 2020 has been filled with major ups and downs, but nowhere has the good news been clearer than in the Virginia legislature.
Sen. Mark Warner will host a gun violence prevention town hall via Facebook Live on Thursday at 4:30 p.m.
A disturbing Twitter video that surfaced at the height of the protests demanding justice for George Floyd provides vital insight into the NYPD’s misconduct against protestors in New York City.
The CDC, quietly, earlier this month, updated its COVID-19 infection fatality ratio parameter to include age-specific estimates.
AGs oppose effort to weaken protections for transgender, gender nonconforming individuals in shelters
A coalition of 23 attorneys general is opposing a new proposed rule from HUD that would weaken protections for transgender and gender nonconforming individuals in HUD-funded shelters.
A federal grant totaling $100,000 will go toward helping strengthen telehealth services across Central Virginia, particularly in underserved and rural communities that lack access to affordable healthcare.
Lawmakers are pushing for answers concerning a deteriorating situation in federal prisons in Virginia.
A higher education refinancing plan will save Virginia’s public colleges and universities more than $300 million over the next two years.
The Virginia Department of Agriculture and Consumer Services is joining the National Education Center for Agricultural Safety in recognizing Sept. 21-25 as National Farm Safety and Health Week 2020.
It doesn’t matter which party gets to pick the replacement to fill Justice Ruth Bader Ginsberg’s seat on the U.S. Supreme Court.
The Virginia Department of Veterans Services has announced that Michael Henshaw has been named director of cemetery services.
A consent decree has been entered to finalize the restoration plan and environmental assessment related to the 2014 Dan River spill.
State Sen. Emmett Hanger is forming a PAC that will work toward the passage of a constitutional amendment to mandate non-partisan political redistricting – and also allow him to explore a run for governor in 2021.
A new TV ad from the campaign of Fifth District Democratic congressional nominee Dr. Cameron Webb focuses on how Webb’s policies will help farmers and small businesses.
If you have already submitted your vote-by mail ballot, you can use Ballot Scout to track its progress.
You don’t need a Ph.D. in game theory to divine what the push by Mitch McConnell to rush a vote to confirm a new Supreme Court justice tells us as to Republicans think of Donald Trump’s chances are in November.
Gov. Ralph Northam celebrated the launch of Virginia’s first zero-emission electric buses on Friday as he ceremonially signed a new law that provides dedicated funding for the first time in Hampton Roads Transit’s history.
Congressman A. Donald McEachin (VA-04) hosted a roundtable with local Virginia leaders and community health advocates on Saturday to discuss Virginia’s Black Maternal Mortality Crisis.
There is currently no federal law that explicitly and affirmatively guarantees all pregnant workers the right to basic accommodations – such as appropriate seating, water breaks, and relief from heavy lifting.
U.S. Sen. Mark R. Warner (D-VA) is raising alarm regarding the need to protect education infrastructure from cyber-attacks following a ransomware incident at Fairfax County Public Schools, the largest school system in Virginia.