Student attending virtual school
Online Learning Is Returning to this Virginia School District. And Plenty of Families Opted In.

One-in-six students in the Danville Public School system signed up for all-virtual schooling.

Virginia Attorney General Mark Herring
Virginia Gets Over $500 Million From Opioid Settlement

It took four years, but Virginia's attorney general, along with other states, are finally collecting payments from drug companies that pushed opioids.

Gov. Ralph Northam at an event.
Virginia’s No. 1 for Business, but What About Workers?

The state used to rank dead last for worker conditions. That's changed.

Flooding in Old Town Alexandria
Alexandria’s Flooding Woes Get Fix from Biden Stimulus

Nearly 20% of the city's first round of spending will go towards flood prevention.

A UVA study reveals potential treatments for Type 1 Diabetes
Type 1 Diabetes Study Points to New Treatments

Scientists at the University of Virginia identified new drug treatments to target Type 1 Diabetes in a recent large-scale study

The Redistricting Commission is hearing public comment before it draws new district maps
Redistricting Commission Hearing Focuses on Smaller, Fairer Districts

Virginians in the Southeast District voiced their concerns about the effect of gerrymandering on their region at the Virginia Redistricting Commission public hearing Tuesday afternoon.

Can I Opt Out of the Child Tax Credit Payments? Here’s The Answer

DANVILLE-What if I want to wait until next year's tax return to get the child tax credit? It's definitely doable. Here's how.

Blacksburg, Va. - As of last week, 47% of Virginia Tech students are vaccinated, and 2% of students received an approved exemption, meaning nearly half of enrolled students are in compliance. (Photo: Alex Scribner)
Can I Attend A Virginia College Or University Without Being Vaccinated?

RICHMOND-New and returning Virginia college students hope to return to normalcy this fall, but the vaccine question looms.