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Feed More and other Richmond-area organizations step up aid for furloughed federal workers as the government shutdown stretches on. Read more

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Why voters need to take redistricting out of the hands of politicians Read more

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Voters in Henrico County's Brookland District will select a new representative for the second time in two years. Read more

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Here are some notable Virginia laws that took effect on July 1. Read more

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Henrico’s meals tax has funded nearly $58 million in school projects since 2013. Read more

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A closer look at the region’s economic titans Read more

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New laws include measures to boost communication about class sizes, tuition hikes. Read more

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Richmond’s new mayor believes a can-do attitude will change the arc of a city government with a can’t-do-anything-right reputation. Read more

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Political observers will be watching closely on June 13, when both of Virginia’s major parties hold primaries to nominate candidates for governor and lieutenant governor. Read more

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Gov. Terry McAuliffe earns status as top vetoer in Virginia history. Read more

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April 11, VCU's Department of African-American Studies will host three former Black Panthers at a forum about the Black Panther Party's 50-year legacy Read more

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Legislators across the Richmond region offer their take on the high and low points of this year’s General Assembly session. Read more

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While the city fights to regain financial stability, entrepreneurs and residents are providing a much-needed infusion of energy. Read more

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The U.S. Supreme Court on Monday morning vacated 11 corruption convictions against former Virginia Governor Bob McDonnell, setting the stage for a possible retrial. Read more

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How much of his education, health and economic development agenda can Democratic Gov. Terry McAuliffe get through a Republican-dominated General Assembly already pushing back? Read more

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The governor’s announcement comes on the heels of a report issued earlier this month by the Virginia Department of Forensic Science, detailing 2,369 untested physical evidence recovery kits held by police statewide. Read more

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New legislation took effect in Virginia on July 1. Look and learn. Read more

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