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Find out how much it costs to host the Olympic Games, plus which states have seen a surge in drug overdose deaths, and more of this week's trends in data with these charts.

You don't have to sacrifice design for comfort in the summer. Many good-looking pieces can offer decor and function, according to design experts.

The documentary "How the Monuments Came Down" premiered locally last month to applause and also to questions from local activists, some of whom appear in the film.

As a bus driver shortage sweeps several school districts in the Richmond area, Henrico County Public Schools gave those interested in becoming a driver the opportunity to take a test drive.

Charlottesville police said the regional Internet Crimes Against Children task force received a tip, which started the investigation.

Also, a Florida woman was arrested after skinny dipping in a stranger's pool, and one bride danced so hard to Dave Matthews Band she dislocated her knee.

Watching past Olympics has, in a way, always felt like taking a two week sports vacation.

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How do you get to the Olympics? Practice, practice, practice … but also know what to concentrate on during the heat of competition.


Gov. Ralph Northam will be introducing a bill to abolish the death penalty that, if successful, would make Virginia the first Southern state to end capital punishment.

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.

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.

Virginia gun sales soared in December to the second-highest monthly total on record, fueled by the Democratic takeover of the General Assembly and growing fears of increased firearm restrictions.

'It's our time': Virginia's legislature approves the Equal Rights Amendment as courts debate whether the deadline for ratification has passed, @jmattingly306  reports.