A young man accused in last year's fatal shooting of a teenager who had received his high school diploma minutes earlier in Richmond, Virginia, has pleaded guilty to first-degree murder and a firearm-related charge.
New technology that confirms the validity of a traveler's ID and confirms their flight information in real time is now in use at TSA checkpoints at Richmond International Airport.
The top elections official in Virginia's capital is urging residents to consider alternatives to mailing in absentee ballots for the presidential primary amid reports of mail delivery problems.
Boeing has been beset by quality problems in manufacturing of its popular 737 Max jetliner.
Melvin Plowden of Temple Hills, Maryland pleaded guilty on Tuesday to aiding and abetting the straw purchase of 33 guns from Virginia firearms dealers.
Federal prosecutors have taken over the case against a northern Virginia man arrested last year on suspicion he was about to embark on a mass shooting at a megachurch.
Police in the Caribbean say they believe a U.S. couple whose catamaran was hijacked by three escaped prisoners were thrown into the ocean and died.
A Pakistani national who U.S. officials say was the captain of a ship carrying Iranian-made missile components to Houthi rebels in Yemen has been ordered to remain behind bars while he awaits trial.
Legislation that would end tax benefits for the United Daughters of the Confederacy is on its way to Republican Virginia Gov. Glenn Youngkin, who hasn't said whether he supports it.
A man who had been scheduled for trial in the shooting deaths of two popular police officers at a Virginia college in 2022 has instead pleaded guilty and been sentenced to life in prison.
The Augusta County Sheriff's Office says Bryan Rowe has been located.
The Royal Grenada Police Force said in a statement posted Friday that they are working on leads "that suggest" the two occupants of the yacht may have been killed.
The Virginia Department of Transportation says the Knightly Mill Road bridge over the Middle River will permanently close this Wednesday.
The Montgomery County Sheriff’s Office reported over the weekend that law enforcement officers in Missouri were able to make contact with Johnny Roop on Feb. 23.
A federal judge in Tennessee blocked the NCAA from enforcing its rules prohibiting name, image, and likeness from being utilized in the athlete recruitment process.
Democrats who control the Virginia General Assembly have sent Republican Gov. Glenn Youngkin legislation that would increase the state's minimum wage to $15 per hour in 2026.
Four foreign nationals have been arrested and charged with transporting suspected Iranian-made weapons after U.S. naval forces interdicted a vessel in the Arabian Sea last month.
Sultan Abdu Menfort was last seen Feb. 17 at a bus stop by Canterbury Village.
Candi Royer was sentenced for the murder of Khaleesi Cuthriell.
The Montgomery County Sheriff’s Office in Virginia posted that 20-year-old Johnny Roop was seen in a restaurant in Poplar Bluff, Missouri on Feb. 21.
A Roanoke man, whose online threats posted this week to a Snapchat group used by students at Patrick Henry High School caused public schools in Roanoke to close today, has been arrested.
The Hanover Tavern is asking for the return of several items that were taken from a Black History Month exhibit on Feb. 16.
Johnny Roop was last seen Feb. 16 at his apartment complex on Canyon Ridge Road in the Merrimac area of Montgomery County.
Authorities say a man who was injured in a car crash walked out of the northern Virginia hospital where he was being treated and made off in an ambulance, which was later found abandoned.
Virginia is one of the states that will be voting on March 5, which is Super Tuesday this year.
Authorities in Virginia are investigating the cause of a house explosion and fire that killed one firefighter, injured 10 others and leveled a home in a Washington, D.C., suburb.