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Hermitage football, 2021 style, is all about discipline, precision, preparation, and physicality.

Coming into Friday’s match at Collegiate, Cape Henry had history on its side.

A dentist explains why chewing on ice cubes is a habit worth breaking — no matter the cause or the strength of your cravings to keep doing it.

Here are some of the top photos of the week, as selected by the Associated Press.

It’s a time to explore all the things we love about autumn. Here are a few ways to incorporate some top seasonal decorative accents in your home.

Brian Laundrie, named a "person of interest" in the case, was missing for a month before his remains were found Wednesday in a swampy wilderness park near his home. Here are some lingering questions.

The Australian Outback town of Quilpie hoped its offer of free residential land might attract five new families to the remote community of 800. It received 250 inquires in less than two weeks .

Baldwin fired a prop gun on the set of "Rust," killing cinematographer Halyna Hutchins and wounding director Joel Souza, officials said. He was told it was a "cold gun."

The list includes a range of sports and covers celebrities from a wide array of industries including entertainment, politics, and literature.

The big financial headline last week was the unveiling of the first-ever bitcoin-linked exchange-traded fund, which made its debut on Tuesday.


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.