1. Jobs report: On Friday, the U.S. Labor Department will release its March jobs report. It's yet another glimpse at President Trump's key promise: "Jobs! Jobs! Jobs!" as it put it in a tweet last week.
A wrecked U.S. tanker coated a coastline in oil 50 years ago, but one man's dedication has created a record of nature's remarkable comeback.
Alaska's capital city of Juneau is on alert after an avalanche sent a wall of snow and debris tumbling dangerously close to homes.
PINEY FLATS, Tenn. — The strike of an apple, an occasional “hoozah,” and gentlemanly banter could be heard Saturday afternoon at Rocky Mount State Historic Site.
A year after losing the national title game on a buzzer-beater, North Carolina is back in the championship contest of the NCAA men's basketball tournament.
Sullivan County Criminal Court Judge Jerry Beck — whose hanging up his robe after a legal career that spans five decades — has heard hundreds of cases over the years, including two of the most notorious ever tried in the…
The Cumberland Plateau Company expects to vote on the proposed sale of BVU’s OptiNet division during a called meeting April 11.
BRISTOL, Va. — If you recently submitted your tax return but haven’t received your state tax refund, it may be due to fraud.
There will be 55 contested House of Delegate races across Virginia in November, but none locally as the entire Southwest delegation will run unopposed.
Coleman prevailed in several landmark Supreme Court cases and was the second African-American to lead a Cabinet-level department.
Eleby, 39, faces charges of first-degree arson and first-degree criminal damage to property in connection with Thursday's massive blaze.
At 3 o’clock in the morning on April 6, 1917, the U.S. House of Representatives voted overwhelmingly to declare war on Germany.
General Electric CEO Jeff Immelt says he tries to stay out of politics -- but he's found it necessary to speak out against some of President Trump's policies.