Va. lawmakers begin taking up dozens of election bills amid swirl of conspiracies

A 7 a.m. subcommittee discussion on the finer points of election administration isn’t normally the type of Virginia General Assembly meeting that leads to anger and hurt feelings.

Senate lawmakers strip Chase of her last committee assignment

‘I’m just trying to get on TV:’ Gun rally draws fringe groups, lots of media to Richmond

Bill to add ‘cultural competency’ training for Virginia teachers moves forward

Legislation to abolish death penalty advances in Virginia Senate

Proposal to end for-profit prison management fails in Virginia Senate

Bipartisan coalition looks to reform Virginia’s system of electric utility regulation

Democrats eye vehicles as the next target for cutting carbon emissions

Pro-Trump Republican picked for Va. redistricting commission tweeted about ‘rigged’ election, used slurs for female celebrities

Feds tell states to give COVID-19 vaccine to anyone 65 and older in bid to speed rollout

More than 170 cases opened in federal probe of U.S. Capitol attack


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  Vaccinations underway for teachers in Henrico, Richmond and Chesterfield experiencing delays

As teachers across Central Virginia line up for the vaccine, teachers in Henrico have started to receive their first dose during the mass vaccination event at the Richmond Raceway.