As COVID-19 reshapes our economy, our newsletter will help you unpack the news from the day.
A "Career Day" draws thousands, but Arlington residents are learning the 25,000 promised jobs will be filled over 10 to 12 years.
The Uncertain Hour
Bucky Culbertson's career has followed the booms and busts of Wise County, up to his current job fighting the opioid epidemic.
One in 10 renters in Richmond, Virginia lose their homes to eviction every year
While companies like Amazon get tax breaks and other perks to set up operations, local communities are pushing their own agendas as well.
What cities learn from competing can be a win.
Campaigns entered the final stretch with record amounts of cash, but must strike a delicate balance of how much to spend in order to win.
It takes money to run a campaign and first-time candidates have to learn how to ask for it.
At this week's annual SelectUSA Summit, cities and towns will try to convince foreign investors that the U.S. is still a good place to put their money.
Virginia’s felony threshold for property theft is tied with New Jersey for the lowest in the nation at $200. There’s bipartisan support to raise it to $500 this year, but that’s still far below the threshold for most states.
Nurses aren’t going into education. The reason? A big cut in pay.