RICHMOND, Va. Republicans kept control of Virginia's House of Delegates on Thursday after their candidate won a lottery-style drawing to resolve a tied race, but the losing Democrat said she might challenge the results. | Video
RICHMOND, Va. Speaking as a folksy physician running for Virginia governor, Democrat Ralph Northam vowed in a recent campaign ad to fight Donald Trump on cuts to education funding, environmental protections and health care access.
RICHMOND, Va. A one-time carnival worker pleaded guilty on Tuesday and was sentenced to 48 years in prison for the 1975 kidnapping and murders of two young Maryland sisters, resolving one of the most publicized crimes in the state's history. | Video
RICHMOND, Va. Virginia's lieutenant governor will face a former Republican national committee chairman in a November general election to become the state's next governor in a race seen as a bellwether for next year's mid-term congressional races.
CHARLOTTESVILLE, Va. The subject of a Rolling Stone article on a gang rape at the University of Virginia that the magazine retracted after investigators found no evidence the attack occurred, testified on Monday she believed she had told the reporter the truth.
CHARLOTTESVILLE, Va., Oct 24 The subject of a
Rolling Stone article on a rape at the University of Virginia
that the magazine has since retracted because the attack
appeared not to have happened, testified on Monday she believed
she had told the reporter the truth.
CHARLOTTESVILLE, Va. The University of Virginia student who fabricated a gang rape story published in Rolling Stone got a tattoo to commemorate the supposed assault and her ability to overcome it, the story's reporter testified on Friday.
CHARLOTTESVILLE, Va. An attorney for a former associate dean of students at the University of Virginia accused Rolling Stone magazine of defaming her in a retracted 2014 story about an alleged gang rape on campus in the first day of a federal court trial.
CHARLOTTESVILLE, Va., Oct 18 Attorneys for a
former high-level official at the University of Virginia will
begin making their case on Tuesday that Rolling Stone magazine
defamed her when it published a now-disavowed story about an
alleged gang rape on campus.
CHARLOTTESVILLE, Va. A jury of eight women and two men was chosen on Monday to hear a $7.9 million defamation lawsuit brought by a former University of Virginia official against Rolling Stone magazine over a debunked story that recounted an alleged gang rape on campus.