Updated: 11:14 AM Virginia Beach police say they made nearly 150 arrests stemming from a rowdy and violent weekend at the Oceanfront.
Posted: 3:52 PM (AP) Hearings are set on two proposed rate increases sought by Appalachian Power.
Posted: 4:47 PM Mitt Romney has given the commencement address at Southern Virginia University, telling more than 110 graduating students to live abundant lives that include raising families and serving God.
Posted: 4:27 PM An Associated Press review of state records shows grocery costs at Virginia's Executive Mansion hit the highest levels in four years in late 2011 and early 2012.
Posted: 4:25 PM A site in Stafford County where Union soldiers encamped and built fortifications in 1863 is now a park. The 41-acre Civil War Park opened Saturday on Mount Hope Church Road.
Posted: 4:22 PM Seven people are recovering from injuries after violence erupted at the Oceanfront in Virginia Beach.
Updated: 4:21 PM Virginia Tech has undergone a construction boom since Charles Steger became president in 1999. Construction projects either completed or underway since then have topped $1 billion.
Posted: 4:16 PM A state audit says nearly half of the court fines and fees levied against traffic ticket and criminal offenders go uncollected, costing Virginia about $171 million each year.
Posted: 4:14 PM A former sailor has been sentenced to 20 years in prison for the 1975 slaying of a Virginia man. A circuit judge in Norfolk sentenced 59-year-old Joel Saenz on Friday.
Posted: 5:31 PM (AP) The state Supreme Court has decided to hear arguments that Virginia Tech's president should be put on trial for his actions during the April 16, 2007, campus massacre.
Posted: 3:44 PM (AP) Appalachian Power is identifying potential sites in western Virginia for data centers.
Updated: 3:41 PM (AP) Virginia Military Institute says operations are returning to normal after authorities detonated a suspicious package
Updated: 6:18 PM (AP) Two former Culpeper County school employees are charged with assaulting a 5-year-old autistic boy on a school bus.
Updated: 4:48 PM (AP) Virginia is opening a trade office in Shanghai to increase agricultural and forestry sales to China, the state's largest export customer.