McAuliffe issues pardon for autistic man

Virginia Gov. Terry McAuliffe has granted a conditional pardon for Reginald “Neli” Latson, a man with autism and other disabilities who had been convicted for behavior related to his disabilities.

Shaka Smart participates in the ESPN/Infiniti Coaches Charity Challenge

VCU Head Basketball Coach Shaka Smart was once again selected as one of 48 NCAA basketball coaches to participate in the 5th Annual ESPN Infiniti Coaches Charity Challenge.

Mayor Jones launches e-time capsule for Huguenot High School

A grand opening ceremony took place at the new Huguenot High School was marked by the launch of a time capsule project called Hugh-E – a digital time capsule designed to capture the current student lifestyle as the new school ...

Extreme cold may bring trouble for unprepared drivers

With expected below freezing temperatures, AAA is reminding motorists that the extremely cold weather is tough on vehicles.

Virginians civil and voting rights restored

Governor Terry McAuliffe has restored the civil and voting rights of over 5,100 ex-offenders—more than any other governor has done in just one year.

Sonia Alcantara-Antoine named new VBPL public services manager

Sonia Alcantara-Antoine joined Virginia Beach Public Library (VBPL) as public services manager on Dec. 7.

Virginia Beach city council approves arena term sheet

The Virginia Beach City Council unanimously approved a non-binding agreement for an entertainment and sports arena at the Oceanfront.

Virginia Blood Services request donations throughout the holiday season

The holidays produce more travel and accident rates go up, and regular donors are often busy with family and the hustle and bustle of the season. Virginia Blood Services is asking local residents to donate blood throughout the holiday season.

VCU begins construction of new children's psychiatric facility

Virginia Commonwealth University Health System has broke ground on the new Virginia Treatment Center for Children pediatric psychiatric facility that will provide increased access to clinical care for children from across the state.The new state-of-the-art pediatric behavioral health center will ...

Morrissey takes plea, headed to stint in jail

Henrico County Del. Joseph D Morrissey (D) has been sentenced to 12 months in jail, with six months suspends after he entered an Alford plead to a misdemeanor count of contributing to the delinquency of a minor.

80th anniversary of the death of Maggie L. Walker

December 16-20 the Maggie L. Walker National Historic Site will commemorate the 80th anniversary of Maggie Walker’s death.

17th Annual Olde Towne Holiday Musical Festival

Olde Towne Portsmouth's 17th Annual Olde Towne Holiday Music Festival will feature performances by Mike DeMoss, Eric Taylor, Elmo Lawrence, Fire & Ice, Total Arts, Tim Nolan, the Colonial Singers of Williamsburg and local school choirs.

Petersburg students say "no" to bullying

Peabody Middle School students are taking a stand against bullying

Petty officer from Richmond is promoted

As a member of CSG-4, Minor assesses the job performance of other operational specialists throughout the fleet to ensure they are mission ready.

Police sued for 'violating' rights of Obama protester

In a complaint filed in the U.S. District Court for the Eastern District of Virginia, Rutherford Institute attorneys allege that the police violated Brandon Howard’s First Amendment right to free speech, Second Amendment right to bear arms.