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Virginia Attorney General Mark Herring has concluded that while circuit court clerks must ask people seeking a marriage license their race, it does not require they have to answer the question in order to obtain a license.
Beginning in January, the university will forgive more medical debt for low-income patients and offer larger discounts to qualified uninsured patients.
UVa does not appear to have dismissed the 137 warrant in debt cases scheduled for Sept. 20, however, nor the 159 cases scheduled for Sept. 26.
Lt. Gov. Justin Fairfax filed a $400 million defamation lawsuit Thursday against CBS Corp. and CBS Broadcasting in New York, alleging the network published false statements by two women who have accused him of sexual assault.
MARTINSVILLE — The estate of an infant who died in a bassinet at a daycare and the church that operated that daycare have reached a settlement…
As the new school year begins, Scout leaders on the ground are vying for the future of an organization facing threats from all sides.
The company will mandate driver safety education and use prediction to determine if riders or drivers need help.
Heather Waldron and John Hawley are losing their four-bedroom house in the hills above Blacksburg, Virginia. A teenage daughter, one of their five children, sold her clothes for spending money. They worried about paying the electric bill. Financial disaster, they say, contributed to their divorce, finalized in April.
Monday's ruling could help shape negotiations over roughly 1,500 similar lawsuits filed by state, local and tribal governments consolidated before a federal judge in Ohio.