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Chesapeake Conservancy

State officials in Virginia are suing the developer of a luxury golf resort over what they call "significant and repeated environmental violations" in an area known as a major gathering place for bald eagles from up and down the East Coast.

AP Photo / Steve Helber

Four members of a militant white supremacist group from California have been arrested on charges they traveled to Virginia last year to incite a riot and attack counterprotesters at a white supremacist rally that turned deadly, court documents unsealed Tuesday say.

Steve Helber / AP

Virginia Republicans have advanced a plan to redraw a third of Virginia’s state house districts. But lawmakers are still a long way off from agreeing on a final solution and fulfilling a court order.

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One person was killed after the remnants of Hurricane Florence spawned an apparent tornado that touched down in the Richmond area Monday and caused a building to collapse, authorities said.

Virginia Governor Says to Shelter in Place

Sep 13, 2018
Governor's Office Photo

Virginia Gov. Ralph Northam says residents should shelter in place and stay off the roads as Hurricane Florence starts to come ashore in the Carolinas and its effects make their way north.