Child welfare calls have plummeted during the pandemic. Advocates worry the numbers don’t tell the full story.

Beginning in April, child welfare calls from Virginia schools — usually the state’s top reporter for cases of suspected abuse or neglect — dropped by about 98 percent.

Trump says he’ll announce Supreme Court pick by Friday or Saturday; 4th Circuit judge on list

Virginia’s largest insurance company cut reimbursement rates. Some doctors say primary care will suffer.

Virginia public schools are seeing an early drop in enrollment. It could put millions in state funding at risk.

Collapsing inmates, cold hot dogs and one nurse: quarantine in a Virginia prison

As schools weigh a return to in-person learning, health officials won’t release details on COVID-19 outbreaks

Transgender students from Virginia, Florida, score victories in landmark lawsuits

Audit commission recommends eliminating Virginia’s coal tax credits

Virginia Lottery approves sports betting rules, leaves Olympics ban intact

Venomous caterpillar ‘no one has heard of’ sends New Kent woman to ER

Paid quarantine leave bill passes Virginia House, heads to Senate for approval


VMFA notifies patrons of data breach

  CDC’s Halloween guidance discourages activities like trick-or-treating due to COVID-19

The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention is encouraging Americans to avoid higher-risk Halloween activities like trick-or-treating in an effort to slow the spread of COVID-19.