Trump ‘running angry,’ attacks polls, press and Dr. Fauci

One week since returning to the campaign trail, where his handling of the pandemic is a central issue to voters, Trump blasted his government’s own scientists for their criticism of his performance.

As payouts begin, Virginia Employment Commission says money still left in Lost Wages Assistance program

After weeks of delays, Virginians have started receiving payments from the Lost Wages Assistance program.

Virginia health system helping COVID patients spend final moments with family

The pandemic has stripped families of many things these last few months, but health care providers in the Roanoke Valley are doing what they can to make sure it does not rob someone of their final moments with a loved one.

What to do if you smell gas in your home

Saturday’s explosion shook homes and businesses several miles away. There were multiple reports of people smelling gas before it happened. On Monday, it was confirmed the cause of the explosion was a natural gas leak.

Virginia lawmakers pass legislation to make Juneteenth a state holiday

Juneteenth has officially become a state holiday after lawmakers unanimously approved legislation during the Virginia General Assembly special session.

Transmission line rupture in Petersburg causes water service disruptions

Petersburg officials say residents and businesses may experience disruptions in their water service after a transmission line rupture.

Cause of explosion at Miller Circle in Harrisonburg determined

The Harrisonburg Fire Marshal’s Office has determined that the explosion and subsequent fire at Miller Circle Saturday morning was the result of a natural gas leak inside the building.

Henrico schools release questionnaire results about second nine weeks ahead of virtual town hall

Henrico families, staff and community members will have an opportunity to comment on the next 9-week school period during a virtual town hall on Tuesday.

Juvenile hit, killed while walking in Richmond

Richmond police said a juvenile was hit and killed while walking following a two-vehicle crash.

  Goochland elementary students return to in-person learning

A phased-in return to classroom learning began in Goochland Monday where hundreds of elementary school students returned to school in person for the first time since March.

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Virginia lawmakers pass legislation to make Juneteenth a state holiday

Juneteenth has officially become a state holiday after lawmakers unanimously approved legislation during the Virginia General Assembly special session.