8 hrs ago
Judge: Ex. VA Gov. McDonnell Can't Keep Filings from Prosecutors
A judge says former Virginia Gov. Bob McDonnell can keep some court filings from the public, but not from prosecutors in his public corruption case.
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13 hrs ago
Peter's Take: Virginia Flunks Ethics Reform
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22 hrs ago
McAuliffe to replace five Port Authority board members
Unhappy with operating losses at Virginia's cargo shipping terminals, Gov. Terry McAuliffe plans to reshape the Virginia Port Authority by replacing five of 11 appointed members on its Board of Commissioners, including its chairman, before their terms expire.
Tue Apr 15, 2014
McAuliffe's PAC off to fast start, with $254,000 raised in two weeks
Virginia Gov. Terry McAuliffe 's political action committee has collected more than $250,000 in two weeks, far outpacing his most recent predecessor's state leadership PAC and easily topping totals for other leadership PACs in state government for the first three months of the year.
Elections Morning Digest: Fourth straight poll shows Pryor up as Cotton seeks debates
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Mon Apr 14, 2014
Anti-tax group praises Va. House speaker
An anti-tax group Americans for Tax Reform is applauding House Speaker William J. Howell for his opposition to Medicaid expansion, praise that comes a year after the group advocated for new leadership in the House of Delegates.
Sat Apr 12, 2014
Hampton Roads Daily Press
Learn about Medicare data, care at VA
State Sen. Creigh Deeds is shown back on the Senate floor in January after recovering from an attack from his son.
Fri Apr 11, 2014
Commencements boast variety of alumni and student speakers
At this year's commencement ceremonies, graduating students will hear from alumni of the school from which they are graduating.
Thu Apr 10, 2014
Hampton Roads Daily Press
Va. Attorney General Herring files brief supporting EPA bay cleanup
Virginia is telling a federal appeals court it should rebuff a challenge from an agricultural powerhouse that challenges the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency 's pollution diet for the Chesapeake Bay.
The legislature's dereliction of duty
The budget impasse over the expansion of Medicaid is likely to continue for a while, as both sides have dug in their heels.
Wed Apr 09, 2014
Port turmoil is status quo
Recent losses tallied by the Virginia Port Authority, and the apparent lack of transparency that concealed the full extent from public view, have cast unnecessary doubt on an entity that plays a vital role in the regional and state economies.
WNYC-AM New York
Second Time's The Charm? Contractor To Submit Silver Line For Approval
The contractor building the Metrorail project through Virginia's Tysons Corner says it will be ready for submission to the Metropolitan Washington Airports Authority as early as today, triggering a 15-day review process.
Lt. gov to lead Va. mental health task force
Gov. Terry McAuliffe signed an executive order Wednesday extending a task force first created by former Gov. Bob McDonnell last year following the suicide of a state senator's son.
Tue Apr 08, 2014
Virginian-Pilot honors news staffers at Slover Awards
Winners at the 2014 Slover Awards, Wes Watson, Mike Hixenbaugh, Aaron Applegate, Rich-Joseph Facun, Bill Tiernan, Louis Hansen and Lee Tolliver.
Judge Rejects Request From Former Attorneys General
A federal judge will not accept a friend-of-the-court brief from five former attorneys general.
McAuliffe Wants Family Added to Va. Ethics Bill
The governor amended an ethics bill Monday that passed the General Assembly in the wake of a gifts scandal that led to corruption charges against former Gov. Bob McDonnell.
Mon Apr 07, 2014
McAuliffe quietly amends bills to add budget-approval catch
Gov. Terry McAuliffe speaks to the Hampton Roads Chamber of Commerce in downtown Norfolk on Tuesday, April 1, 2014.
The Lebanon Daily News
McDonnell judge: No brief by 5 former Va. AGs
Five former Virginia attorneys general won't be allowed to file court papers arguing that public corruption charges against ex-Gov. Bob McDonnell should be dismissed.
Tyler Morning Telegraph
Scandals shouldn't spark celebration
After a string of scandal stories, in which Democratic political figures have been accused or convicted of corruption, some Republicans are in an "I told you so" mood.