Currently, archived records are housed in an unheated room in the former Sullivan House building and are not available to the public.
According to police, 38-year-old David Allen Widener admitted killing Chester William Brown, 47, during a physical altercation, but claimed it was self defense.
Contractors razed the home just before dusk Tuesday – a day ahead of schedule.
Terry Shaffer refused to talk about news of an ongoing state investigation into his department.
Gregory Matthew Marlow, 28, was charged with second-degree murder in the death of Leah Marie Dye.
Prosecutor cites "irregularities" as reason for investigation
Autopsy showed Leah Marie Dye, 2, died of blunt injuries to the abdomen causing a spinal fracture and torn aorta.
If you travel outside the U.S. and receive benefits there is a special website available for your use: www.socialsecurity.gov/international/payments.html.
A Virginia teen set to have brain surgery in Ohio has collected thousands of toys for patients who will be in the hospital with her at Christmas.
The Peace Corps says Virginia ranks 10th among states in the number of people who volunteer to serve.
Dominion power has announced agreements to deliver 500 million cubic feet of West Virginia-produced natural gas daily to Ohio and to lease more than 100,000 acres of Marcellus shale rights.
The Nashville Zoo has sent more than 5,000 tadpoles to Puerto Rico as part of an effort to help saved the endangered Puerto Rican crested toad.
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Tennessee State Attorney General Bob Cooper says in a legal opinion that Tennessee law prohibits cities and counties from enacting their own ordinances controlling the sale of cold medicines used to m
The University of Virginia has been taken off warning status by its accreditation agency.
The names of 58 Southwest Virginian public safety officers who died in the line of duty will be etched onto the memorial's granite wall.
The county’s Board of Supervisors voted 5-1 Tuesday to hire Ady Voltedge, of Wisconsin, to help establish an economic development marketing program.
Bristol Virginia's City Council and its School Board held a joint meeting to discuss the board’s proposal to eventually build a new school, shutter its three smallest buildings and expand Van Pelt Ele
The backhoe arrived nearly three weeks after Sullivan County officials agreed to pay $110,000 to settle a $1.5 million lawsuit.
Crystal Dawn Chaffin, 33, of Saltville, is charged with one count of reckless handling of a firearm.