It took four years, but Virginia's attorney general, along with other states, are finally collecting payments from drug companies that pushed opioids.
WISE COUNTY- As of next week, $277,971,455 million worth of medical debt will no longer exist in the Appalachian Highlands.
As more people now venture outside of their homes—be it for the warm weather or celebrating newfound COVID-19 vaccination opportunities—the need will likely increase again.
RICHMOND-How do we reduce Virginia's black maternal mortality rate? A number of plans on the state and federal level could help.
CHARLOTTESVILLE - It's easy to forget, but the COVID-19 vaccine isn't the only one some people need to take.
WASHINGTON, D.C. – Virginia's health centers need some help. They're getting it in the form of $79.9 million from the American Rescue Plan.
RICHMOND-Legal permanent residents in Virginia for decades had to show a 10-year work history in the state to qualify. That all changed on April 1.