Two years since Terry McAuliffe's quest for the Democratic gubernatorial nomination was thwarted by voters who viewed him as a carpetbagger out of touch with grass-roots Virginia, the multimillionaire entrepreneur is quietly mounting a second bid for the Democratic nomination for Virginia governor.
Later this month, there will still be a city with roughly 31,000 residents in the Allegheny Mountains east of Pittsburgh. What there won't be is a city named Altoona.
Four City Council members agreed to pay $13,300 in fines for improperly accepting free tickets to Hollywood shows and dinners, including the Academy Awards.
Ciara Guernon was in a troubled relationship and working three jobs when she learned she was pregnant. The 22-year-old began calling people to see if they would lend her money for an abortion. "I didn't think I'd be a good mom," she said.
Alexandria businesses would pay commercial property taxes for the first time if a 2012 budget before the City Council is approved next month.
Stick 'em in Junior ROTC.
The city of Anaheim has effectively acknowledged its pursuit of the Sacramento Kings, revealing a financial plan to entice the NBA team to relocate to Honda Center with $75 million in bonds.
A federal judge won't reconsider his order sending the suspect in the Tucson shooting rampage to Missouri to have a competency exam at a federal medical facility and that it be videotaped.
In the last few days, the NCAA's opening acts enjoyed a key to a city, roomy charter flights, more national attention than ever and a deluge of calls and text messages that kept them awake.