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A Virginia Marine is making national headlines because of a photo showing he and his bride-to-be before their wedding in Lynchburg.
After one coffee date, a Caesar's Windsor card dealer said she was terrorized by a man who harassed her for ten years by calling her in the middle of the night and leaving disturbing messages on her answering machine.
The Virginia Department of Education named Fairfax County's Katie Blomquist as the state's history teacher of the year.
Two Norfolk police officers are scheduled to appear in a Chesapeake court this week on assault charges they filed against each other.
Portions of Route 340 in Augusta County are closed for street flooding. That includes several spots in the Dooms area.
The downtown in Leesburg, Virginia, offers a portrait of attachment to the past.
Virginia Repertory Theatre celebrates the 60th anniversary of the founding of Barksdale Theatre at Hanover Tavern with a production of Steel Magnolias featuring an all-star cast.
Five of the 50 charities identified in a Tampa Bay Times/Center for Investigative Reporting investigation into just how little money they actually give to the needy are based in Maryland or Virginia.
Nine owners and managers of 7-Eleven stores on Long Island and in Virginia were charged on Monday in a scheme to exploit immigrants from Pakistan, including some business-owners who used Social Security numbers of children and dead people on the workers' paystubs.
A story in the New York Times drove that point home and drove me to bed angry and frustrated.
Republican Party candidate for Virginia governor, Ken Cuccinelli , is under attack by Terry McAuliffe 's campaign for improperly interfering with a class-action civil case and allegedly disallowing landowners from receiving their royalty payments.
It was a chain reaction, caused by drivers following too closely to the one ahead of them.
DESIGNATED: West Liberty University's Terry Wallace was selected to serve on the West Virginia State Network of Educators for the Smarter Balanced Assessment Consortium and will be working with teachers across the state to create a digital library.
Road and bridge repair took a hit during the lean times of the recession in Iowa as state coffers ran low and dollars were diverted to more immediate needs.