Gov. Bob McDonnell is launching an ambitious campaign to match more than 1,000 children in foster care with 1,000 adoptive parents.
Posted: 11:05 AM
A new survey shows Americans misjudge their current health status and they underestimate how much money they will have to spend on health care expenses in retirement.
Posted: 10:24 AM
Rates at Virginia's community colleges are going up.
Posted: 10:21 AM
Four people are in the hospital after a wreck that happened on Friday at about 2:50 a.m. on Interstate 81 in the southbound lanes near Broadway at mile marker 259.
Updated: 7:06 AM
Harrisonburg police are looking for two men wanted in a robbery at Purcell Park.
Updated: 7:05 AM
The Valley's bicycling community is getting recognized around the country thanks to support for future bike path projects.
Updated: 6:34 PM
University officials are investigating what emergency workers are calling a freak accident at the school.
Updated: 6:21 PM
A man was driving his pickup truck when he said it was hit by a pipe-bomb.
Updated: 6:21 PM
Virginia transportation officials worked for hours to remove a huge makeshift shelter a homeless man built and lived in for 9 years.
Posted: 4:23 PM
West Virginia is getting more than $1 million in federal funding to offset the cost of its response to the crushing snowstorm that Hurricane Sandy spawned last fall.
Updated: 2:01 PM
A man is in critical condition at the University of Virginia Medical center following a motorcycle crash.
Updated: 4:55 PM
Police say a Stuarts Draft woman will likely face a felony hit and run charge for causing a series of car crashes Wednesday night while driving drunk.
Updated: 11:57 AM
Don't look for the outcry over the Internal Revenue Service's improper targeting of tea party groups to subside with the ouster of the agency's acting commissioner.
Posted: 11:33 AM
On Wednesday, the day of the "Ride of Silence," we spoke with Kyle Lawrence, the President of the Shenandoah Valley Bicycle Coalition. We talked about bicyclists' rights and responsibilities, and safety for bikes and cars.
Posted: 10:59 AM
The Virginia Lottery says someone bought a $1 million Powerball ticket in Christiansburg.
Posted: 10:51 AM
The owner of a hotel in Norfolk will pay nearly $11 million to settle a lawsuit over a toddler's fall from a walkway.
Posted: 10:26 AM
Deputies from the Augusta County Sheriff's Office confirmed a pipe bomb exploded on Thursday morning on Miss Phillips Road, west of Staunton.
Updated: 1:38 PM
First and second graders at an elementary school in Waynesboro will have the chance to play on a new playground.
Updated: 7:07 AM
Tax revenue for Virginia has increased, especially after April, which was of course tax collection month. Now Virginia is slightly ahead of what was forecasted in the budget.
Updated: 7:02 AM
The Powerball jackpot hit a record of $360 million on Wednesday being the third largest prize ever.
Updated: 7:02 AM
Harrisonburg cyclists took a ride to honor those who have been injured or killed on the road.
Updated: 7:04 AM
You may have seen fire alarm pulls at schools, churches and businesses, but not everyone is pulling it for the right reason. A WHSV reporter investigated how this may hurt a taxpayer's wallet and keep the community unsafe, if it doesn't stop.
Updated: 1:21 AM
President Barack Obama says he's ready to take questions at a news conference Thursday about revelations that the IRS singled out conservative groups for extra scrutiny.
Updated: 10:44 PM
Tonight's Powerball Jackpot is the third largest in the history of the jackpot. Find out what people said they would do with their winnings.
Posted: 7:14 PM
A Valley family has a new addition to help its child cope with an insulin disease that's similar to diabetes. A WHSV reporter spoke with the family.
Updated: 3:30 PM
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