Posted: 4:59 PM Six state police and highway patrol agencies spent Memorial Day Weekend heavily patrolling Route 15 in an effort to keep drivers safe.
Posted: 4:07 PM A health fair at Virginia State University provided free dental care to more than 500 people.
Posted: 4:06 PM Police say a Lyndhurst woman was trying to get off the tracks when she was hit by a train on a trestle.
Posted: 4:03 PM Police are investigating a body found in a pool near where a Henrico County boy went missing. Media outlets report that the body hasn't been identified.
Updated: 7:57 PM NASA's Wallops Flight Facility is hosting more than 120 students and educators for Rocket Week on Virginia's Eastern Shore.
Updated: 3:56 PM The Richmond area will come together at a park where a 4-year-old was killed by a tree during this week's storm to remember the boy.
Posted: 3:55 PM The growing threat that rising sea levels pose to the Virginia coast has been well known for years, but one of the authors of a report on recurrent flooding says the state still isn't making any concerted efforts to adapt to the effects of climate change.
Updated: 10:57 AM Boy killed by falling tree in Richmond, storm knocks out power to more than 170k in Virginia
Posted: 2:05 PM Gov. Bob McDonnell announced Thursday that May revenue collections increased by 20.5 percent from May of last year.
Posted: 11:26 AM Checks are going out this week to more than 22,000 Virginians participating in the National Mortgage Foreclosure Settlement.
Updated: 5:17 PM A sentencing hearing is set for a Gloucester County couple convicted of keeping their daughter in a makeshift cage.
Posted: 1:46 PM A store in Pittsylvania County has been shut down for selling sex toys, bondage gear and pornographic DVDs.
Posted: 1:43 PM The Virginia War Memorial has set an attendance record for the month of May.
Posted: 1:42 PM A state senator representing southwest Virginia is asking the inspector general to investigate the state attorney general's office's role in a dispute over natural gas royalties between two energy companies and the owners of property where the gas was drilled.
Posted: 11:13 AM Students will pay more to attend James Madison University during the 2013-2014 school year than they did during the previous year with tuition rising by about 4 percent.
Posted: 3:57 PM Spotsylvania County is being sued by about 150 current and former law enforcement officer who claim they're owed a half million dollars in unpaid overtime.
Posted: 3:55 PM Work will begin in July on construction of a new High Knob Tower in the Jefferson National Forest in Virginia. The original three-story tower was destroyed by arson on Oct. 31, 2007.
Updated: 3:52 PM A Petersburg minister has received a suspended sentence after pleading guilty to a misdemeanor arson charge. A grand jury will consider a related felony charge.
Posted: 3:48 PM A Richmond filmmaker is putting the final touches on a documentary about a former Navy SEAL trainee convicted in a 1995 slaying.