Supply chain issues and mail delays are pushing more people to start their holiday shopping early, but the Better Business Bureau is reminding folks to shop safe and smart so that they do not become a victim of a scam.
Virginia’s largest electric utility has reached a settlement agreement with regulators and other parties in an ongoing rate case that if approved would provide one-time refunds to customers and a rate reduction.
A woman in Indiana says she has DNA evidence proving she is Brittany Renee Williams, a 7-year-old child who went missing from Henrico, Virginia, in 2000. Kaylynn Stevenson says a DNA test with her newly-found half-sister Anastasia McElroy proves the two are more than 95-percent half-sisters.
It has been almost three months since marijuana became legal to possess, consume and grow in Virginia for people 21 and up, and Virginia NORML continues to answer questions the community has about new laws.
Virginia business owner and former NASCAR driver Hermie Sadler is seeking declaratory and injunctive relief from the provisions of Virginia Senate Bill 971, which was responsible for banning skill games effective as of July 1.
Virginia Beach leaders want Pharrell Williams to reconsider bringing the Something in the Water festival back next year, but the musician responded that he wishes the city had taken a more proactive stance after a police officer fatally shot his cousin.