Virginia Gov. Ralph Northam announced Wednesday that he was declaring a state of emergency over threats of “armed militia groups storming our Capitol” ahead of a gun-rights rally next week.
In Virginia on Thursday, there was a big move toward the handling an ongoing controversy.
Next week Virginia Democrats will take control of both houses of the General Assembly in Richmond.
Virginia Gov. Ralph Northam is proposing about $22 million for efforts to improve health outcomes for mothers and babies and reduce the racial disparity in the state’s maternal mortality rate.
Virginians were casting ballots Tuesday to decide which party should control the statehouse in a widely watched contest that will test how voters feel about President Donald Trump and his possible impeachment.
Sen. Bernie Sanders was in Manassas on Monday ahead of Tuesday’s election.
The Virginia governor who narrowly survived a blackface scandal earlier this year appointed a new top aide Monday whose job will be to make government more inclusive.
Virginia Governor Ralph Northam held a closed-door community roundtable Tuesday in Dumfries. According to the invite, he was expected to discuss issues of race and equality.
Governor Ralph Northam spoke at Alexandria City Hall Tuesday where he called for tougher state legislation cracking down on distracted driving. Afterward, Northam answered reporters' questions for the first time in Northern Virginia since the blackface and KKK costume controversy earlier this year.
FOX 5 gained an exclusive look Tuesday inside the Virginia Governor’s Mansion amid controversy surrounding Governor Ralph Northam and his wife, first lady Pam Northam.
Public opinion in Virginia continues to move in favor of both Gov. Ralph Northam and Lt. Gov. Justin Fairfax despite major scandals.
Virginia’s growing Democratic political scandal is causing a dramatic split between party leaders.
The political crisis in Virginia exploded Wednesday when the state's attorney general confessed to putting on blackface in the 1980s and a woman went public with detailed allegations of sexual assault against the lieutenant governor.
Virginia Lieutenant Governor Justin Fairfax released a statement early Monday morning denying allegations he said were made by an online publication.
Associate Prof. of Political Science at Howard University Michael Fauntroy discusses with Tom Fitzgerald the historic implications of blackface in light of the racist photo linked to Virginia Gov. Ralph Northam.
Virginia Black Caucus member Del. Jeff Bourne (D) discusses the issues and reaction to a photo on a page from VA Gov. Ralph Northam's med school yearbook. Northam first apologized for the photo, but later denies being in it.
Justin E. Fairfax is Virginia’s Lieutenant Governor and could become the country’s only African American governor if Virginia Governor Ralph Northam resigns.
FOX 5's Jaclyn Kelley reports.
FOX 5's Lauren DeMarco reports.