Posted: 12:43 PM Virginia Democrats are framing the new statewide ticket the Republican Right nominated Saturday as a referendum on the GOP's surprise lieutenant governor nominee, firebrand Chesapeake minister E.W. Jackson, and his statements demeaning gays and equating Planned Parenthood with the Ku Klux Klan.
Posted: 3:30 PM Virginia's Republican Party, now under tea party control, will gavel its convention to order Friday and is preparing to formalize Ken Cuccinelli's gubernatorial nomination and decide its two other statewide candidates.
Posted: 2:14 PM Republican Ken Cuccinelli is proposing to slash taxes by $1.4 billion, including cutting corporate tax rates by one-third if he's elected governor.
Updated: 5:36 PM Democrat Terry McAuliffe is continuing statewide tour with his party's luminaries in an official launch of a Virginia governor's race he entered almost six months ago.
Posted: 12:03 PM The first of what's guaranteed to be many television ads aired into November by candidates in Virginia's close and bitter governor's race is set for a Monday debut.
Updated: 6:08 PM USDA representatives met with Valley farmers market leaders to discuss how to serve people in rural Virginia.
Updated: 12:45 PM Two civil rights groups are urging Gov. Bob McDonnell to issue an executive order restoring the voting rights of about 350,000 felons who have completed their sentences.
Posted: 10:21 AM A bill requiring voters to bring photo identification with them to the polls will become law next year in Virginia.
Posted: 5:02 PM The West Virginia Senate voted unanimously to allow online voting registration.
Updated: 6:41 PM Thirty neighbors in the Valley got together Monday night to find out how zoning could impact their neighborhoods.
Updated: 7:19 PM A political analyst discussed Lt. Gov. Bill Bolling's voting record and what it may have to do with a potential run for the governorship.
Posted: 2:14 PM Police say they won't file any charges against the son of Democratic Congressman Jim Moran of Virginia, who was captured in an undercover video discussing a plan to cast fraudulent ballots.
Posted: 3:33 PM The Virginia Senate has approved a bill that would cut in half the number of signatures presidential candidates in Virginia would have to submit to qualify for the state's primary ballot.