So far, officials at the National Weather Service have confirmed 15 tornadoes touched down across Virginia Friday. The number could climb too, as crews are still surveying storm damage.

Recently released campaign finance numbers are showing a growing influence of wealthy Democrats.

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Another Virginia prosecutor has announced plans to stop trying misdemeanor marijuana cases. And Virginia may shorten this year's striped bass season.

New numbers from the Census show Northern Virginia continues to add population. But, the new numbers also show a slow and steady decline in Southwest Virginia.

The National Weather Service is currently considering raising the flood stage for portions of the Dan River.

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Virginia regulators have made environmental history Friday, making the Commonwealth the first southern state to take drastic moves to lower carbon emissions by joining a regional cap and trade program.

For children with Autism, experts say, the earlier the clinical intervention, the better. But in some parts of Virginia, there are no trained specialists nearby and that makes it difficult to get treatment.

That’s where the Virginia Tech Mobile Autism Clinic comes in; a reconditioned RV turned into a mobile autism clinic, that takes the treatment to them. And those extraordinary outreach efforts just won the team a 2019 Innovative Rural Award from the Virginia State Office of Rural Health, for going the extra mile.

A group of artivists, that's a blend of artists and activists, from across Virginia, is sending a musical message about two natural gas pipelines under construction here. They’re called the SUN SING collective. And, they used solar power to record a new, ‘no-pipeline’ anthem at locations along the Mountain Valley and Atlantic Coast Pipeline routes.

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Former Virginia Governor Terry McAuliffe’s announcement that he will not be running for president may end up reshuffling the deck for this year’s statehouse elections.

Virginia Lawmakers Respond to Mueller Report Release

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Special Counsel Robert Mueller's report was released to the public Thursday morning. Many of Virginia's Congressional leaders issued statements and took to social media with their reactions to the report and its findings.


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