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Starting in Monroe Park and heading west on Main Street, about 200 demonstrators chanted familiar protest slogans and called for directing money away from law enforcement and toward housing and education instead, @Suarez_CM  and @thisistamica  report.

"Dwayne is more than capable. If his feet are set and his body is aligned correctly, he can make any throw that there is."

Here are some of the notable people celebrating birthdays today, including Ben Platt, Harriet Walter, Joe Greene, Nia Vardalos and more.

One year ago, House Speaker Nancy Pelosi launched a formal impeachment inquiry against President Donald Trump, and more events that happened on this day in history.

Anger, frustration and sadness over the decision not to charge Kentucky police officers for Breonna Taylor’s death poured into America’s streets Wednesday.

It took a while but Virginia and Virginia Tech appear poised to finally kick off the 2020 college football season. That means we’ll be kicking off another year of posting our sure-to-disappoint weekly predictions.

Virginia prison officials are reporting an 11th coronavirus-related death at the hard-hit Deerfield Correctional Center, home to many geriatric and otherwise vulnerable prisoners.

The man had already jumped onto the track earlier to grab debris just before the train arrived safely in the station.

The Fan District Association says there will be no Halloween on Hanover event this year.


Joe Biden has received more votes tonight in the Virginia primary than Obama did in the 2008 primary.

As the coronavirus threatens to spread across the Lynchburg region, Liberty University officials are preparing to welcome back up to 5,000 students from spring break this week.

Virginia Commonwealth University has 25 confirmed student COVID-19 cases and 11 confirmed employee cases, a university spokesman said Thursday afternoon.

DRAMATIC @DailyProgress  photo shows car seconds before it his pedestrians. #Charlottesville .

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Democrats take control of Virginia House and Senate for first time in more than two decades.

Richmond police didn’t include any of the high-profile incidents of force during the recent unrest when the department this week published its first monthly update of use-of-force data since the protests began May 29.