News

April 15, 2022

State and local Democrats rally behind Va. Senate budget proposal as stalemate continues

April 7, 2022

Supreme Court Highlights: Senate Confirms Ketanji Brown Jackson

March 31, 2022

Editorial: Saying no to sunshine

March 31, 2022

It's been 6 years since Trooper Chad Dermyer was shot, killed in the line of duty

March 29, 2022

Atlee students suspended for LGBTQ-related "unapproved student walkout"

March 24, 2022

Newport News creates Youth Diversion Program to help keep kids out of criminal system

March 23, 2022

Citing FOIA exemptions, the Youngkin administration is withholding hundreds of pages of documents

March 23, 2022

Letters for March 23: Teen court

March 21, 2022

CNU Students Make Connections in Capital

March 21, 2022

As state mental hospitals struggle, lawmakers eye the agency overseeing them

March 17, 2022

Welcome to Teen Court: Underage defendants facing first-time charges in Newport News can go before jury of their peers

March 16, 2022

Lawmakers pick 7 judges, lawyers to fill judicial vacancies in Hampton Roads

March 11, 2022

James City’s Grove community sees mobile homes restored through Dominion Energy’s weatherization program

March 10, 2022

Youngkin won’t declare emergency to trigger gas price gouging protections

March 10, 2022

Virginia county sues state behavioral health system for failing to admit psychiatric patient

March 4, 2022

Virginia budget plans cut requested funding for independent living supports, advocates say

March 3, 2022

VIP - Virginia in Politics Podcast with Delegate Mike Mullin and Delegate Anne Ferrell Tata

February 20, 2022

Newport News is providing funding for micro-businesses in the Southeast Community

February 20, 2022

The Annual Massey Capitol Square Classic & Fundraiser

February 19, 2022

Williamsburg Bray School project awarded $5M from the Andrew W. Mellon Foundation’s Monuments Project

February 18, 2022

Virginia’s Attorney General Drops State’s Bid to Revive Equal Rights Amendment

February 17, 2022

Newport News gives Riverside Health System $3 million to expand mental health services

February 16, 2022

From Both Sides: Parents’ Choice Regarding Masking in Virginia’s Public Schools

February 15, 2022

Del. Danica Roem, Del. Mike Mullin Argue for Marriage Equality, Ex-Felon Voting Rights Constitutional Amendment Resolutions

February 14, 2022

Delegate Jeion Ward & Mike Mullin: Why Would a Black Traveler Need a Green Book?

February 10, 2022

General Assembly honors CNU President Paul Trible after 50 years of public service

February 9, 2022

Black History Month - Green Book Floor Speech

February 4, 2022

Hotel revenue in Historic Triangle nearly back to pre-pandemic numbers as tourism rebounds

February 2, 2022

The effort to identify and memorialize Virginia Green Book locations

February 1, 2022

Delegate Mike Mullin Introduces House Bill for Electronic DMV Credentials

January 27, 2022

Paying a fine for snow-covered cars: Why one Virginia lawmaker wants to make it a reality

January 25, 2022

Get in the Herd with host Nathan Mitchell & Guest Del Mike Mullin

January 24, 2022

Editorial: Mark Green Book sites

January 19, 2022

Historic Triangle legislators push to expand protection of senior citizens from financial abuse

January 14, 2022

Implements of Execution Donated to Virginia Museum of History and Culture

January 14, 2022

New Virginia bill calls for historic markers for Green Book locations

January 10, 2022

Historic Triangle representatives’ priorities for 2022 session

January 4, 2022

Editorial: More transparency in Virginia

December 20, 2021

Segment III of the I-64 widening now complete

December 13, 2021

Cheese Shop marks 50 years

December 8, 2021

Woodrow Brown Jr., first Black man elected to Newport News City Council, dies at 77

December 1, 2021

Virginia Beach part of new program aimed to improve mental health response

November 29, 2021

Advocates hope more minor peer courts pop up across Virginia

November 15, 2021

Launch of the Local Black Histories Project

November 14, 2021

Virginia’s adult vaccination rate as highest among Southern states

November 13, 2021

William & Mary Wins Award for Voter Registration

November 4, 2021

Former Newport News Delegate Flora passes at age 97

November 3, 2021

Delegate Mullin Re-elected to the 93rd House District Seat

October 19, 2021

Editorial: the Race in the 93rd by Glenn Winters

October 17, 2021

Newport News behavioral health docket — graduates 13

October 7, 2021

Colonial Williamsburg team uncovers historic First Baptist Church’s original structure, buried for 165 years

September 24, 2021

CNU President Trible Announces Retirement

September 14, 2021

Governor Northam Announces Aerospace Company to Expand in Newport News, Create 211 New Jobs

August 5, 2021

House adjourned in honor and memory of Jane Susan Glasser Frank

July 25, 2021

In Loving Memory: Susan Glasser Frank

July 20, 2021

American Rescue Plan: Child Tax Credit

July 13, 2021

Virginia is Back as America's Top State for Business in 2021

June 21, 2021

70% of Virginia adults have at least 1 COVID-19 Vaccine dose, 60% of adults fully vaccinated

May 28, 2021

It's official: Virginia COVID-19 restrictions are lifted

April 30, 2021

Minimum wage in Virginia rises to $9.50, after 10 month delay during pandemic

April 27, 2021

Virginia is moving to shut down Hampton Roads Regional Jail

April 7, 2021

‘A Profoundly Racist Institution’

February 26, 2021

I-64 budget deal clears way to complete expansion from Chesapeake to Richmond

February 26, 2021

Virginia lawmakers scrap ‘presumption’ that those charged with certain crimes don’t get bail

February 23, 2021

Newport News, rest of Peninsula area get 8 new judges as General Assembly fills open seats

February 22, 2021

Lawmakers vote to make Virginia first Southern state to abolish death penalty

February 12, 2021

Slemp: Lawmakers should keep closing loopholes in the fight to safeguard seniors

February 8, 2021

Virginia Democrats have an aggressive agenda this year. Here’s where it stands.

February 2, 2021

Opinion: Virginia must prevent wrongful executions

January 31, 2021

Since 1608, Virginia has executed more people than any other state. It may now abolish the death penalty.

January 28, 2021

Commonwealth’s Attorney: Legislation combatting elder abuse advances in Virginia General Assembly

January 27, 2021

With more executions than any other state; Virginia could soon abolish the death penalty

January 23, 2021

Virginia moves toward banning capital punishment, in a shift for prolific death penalty state

January 13, 2021

Legislation abolishing the death penalty introduced in Virginia