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A state audit of the Virginia Museum of Fine Arts has questioned its system of using private funds for the state museum’s donor events.
Supreme Court arguments in Sweet Briar closing could be decisive in fight over the all-female school's future.
LEXINGTON — Like all college graduations, Thursday’s commencement at Washington and Lee University will abound with photo opportunities, from selfies to group portraits.
The president of Washington and Lee University will step down next year after 10 years in the job.
Democrat represented most of South Richmond and northern Chesterfield County in the House of Delegates from 1976 to 2009 and was House Minority Leader from 2002-2007.
He says conservative PAC used his name to raise funds, but gave his 2013 campaign a fraction of the cash.
Retiring Sen. Walter A. Stosch, R-Henrico today endorsed Dr. Siobhan Dunnavant as his successor in the June 9 GOP primary.
Nelson Moe, former chief information officer for the House, takes over as Virginia’s CIO at a crucial time. The state is looking to restructure its contracts for technology services.
CHARLOTTESVILLE — A screening of the film “Taking Chance” brought tears to many in the audience at the Paramount Theater on Sunday.
BEDFORD — Spend a little time at the baseball fields on Bedford Avenue and you might catch a glimpse of a DJI Phantom 2 drone touching down on the pitcher’s mound before lifting off to make a sweep around the Elks National Home.
LUNENBURG, Va. (AP) - Police say a toddler shot himself after finding a loaded handgun on top of a dresser.
The latest ping from the tracker on Mary Lee — a 3,500-pound great white shark — occurred at 10:29 a.m. today off the Eastern Shore.
The four-way race for the Republican nomination for the open 12th District Virginia Senate seat is heating up in the final weeks leading up to the June 9 primary.
Dance, Howell experience benefits of incumbency
The Virginia Senate’s 11th District has been reliably Republican for decades. But for the first time in his more than 20 years in office, the incumbent faces primary challengers.
In this rough-and-tumble campaign season, a nastier battle - over the legal foundation of Republican legislative dominance - is unfolding largely out of view.
Cigarette smuggling costs states almost $3 billion a year in tax revenue.
In Richard Loving’s message to the U.S. Supreme Court, he simply let his heart speak. His attorney, Bernard S. Cohen, read Loving’s words to the nine justices during his oral argument.
Ahead of legislative elections, established donors often bet on known quantities.
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