The Virginia General Assembly weighs in on what a body of water on the other side of the world will be called...and a legislative setback for people who want to sell prepared foods from home.
Those stories have been among the most clicked over the past week at the Virginia Public Access Project's VaNews link on vpap.org .
Former Governor Bob McDonnell and his wife, Maureen, are free on their own recognizance, but received strong warnings not to interact with the news media.
Both pleaded “not guilty” to more than a dozen charges … and now have until July 28th to strategize with their counsel before what's expected to be a lengthy trial.
After about 20 hacking cases last year, including those credit card breaches at Target and other retailers, the FBI has issued new warnings to retailers and consumers to expect more cyber attacks.
In the new cyber security world, those who work to fight cyber crime are called 'white hats.'
State Senator Creigh Deeds speaks on television for the first time since his son's suicide, and he’s taking his mental health care message to a national audience.
In an interview with Scott Pelley for “60 Minutes” Creigh Deeds discusses what he feels is a “critical failure in mental health care”.
That “failure” he talks about ended in the death of his 24-year-old son Gus, who attacked him with a knife, shortly before taking his own life last November.
The issue of gay marriage resonates in Virginia in particular, because of a landmark 1967 Supreme Court decision involving a Virginia couple and interracial marriage.
You can hear the archived story of Mildred and Richard Loving whose home was raided by police in 1958. They were charged with violating the state’s Racial Integrity Law.
Audio FileFrom our archives, you can hear Sandy Hausman's report on Loving vs. Virginia.Edit | Remove