Ford Motor Co. notified Virginia that it had selected the Southern Virginia Mega Site at Berry Hill for an electric battery plant prior to Gov. Glenn Youngkin scuttling the plan, according to two people with knowledge of the situation who spoke on condition of anonymity. Ford was also workin…
Officials who oversee a struggling state higher-education center in Martinsville met Friday to plan the agency's future, and lamented the lack of assistance they said they receive from a non-profit group whose mission is to help them.
The board of New College Institute, a struggling higher-education center in Martinsville, will meet Friday for a retreat in what is the board's first gathering since late June.
On this episode of Rewind: Your Week in Review, Emilee and JR discuss the Wisconsin Elections Commission deadlocking on election observer guidance. The state Elections Commission rejected a GOP effort to provide new guidance on what observers can do at the polls next month as Democrats compl…
Virginia Attorney General Jason Miyares met with local law enforcement behind closed doors Friday at the Southwest Virginia Higher Education Center to hear from them about issues they are currently encountering in Southwest Virginia.
In another sentencing on Friday, a Montana man who brought his 10-year-old son to Washington for Donald Trump's "Stop the Steal" rally was given 60 days in prison for joining the mob that stormed the Capitol.
Virginia Sen. Todd Pillion, R-Abingdon, participated last week in the first meeting of the Virginia Opioid Abatement Authority.
Southwest Virginia will likely lose a seat in the Virginia House of Delegates if the proposed statewide redistricting plans released Monday are approved.
En route to a Thursday meeting with Bristol area business executives, U.S. Sen. Marsha Blackburn received a text message from a friend desperately seeking help getting a family out of Afghanistan.
No Republican has won a statewide election in Virginia since 2009, but current GOP gubernatorial hopeful Glenn Youngkin is convinced that is about to change.
Efforts to roll back limitations on the federal qualified immunity doctrine have again stalled out in the Virginia General Assembly.