(Metro) Virginia’s State Corporation Commission is looking for pubic comment on rules governing long-term care insurance policies, which have been dramatically increasing in recent years.
Long-term care insurance covers elderly people when they have to go to a nursing home or an assisted living center.
Some policy holders say their seeing premium increases as high as 50 to 60 percent over just a few years.
The deadline for the written comments is Friday.
Four gang-related cases linked to the death of Waynesboro Police Reserve Captain Kevin Quick have been continued.
Leslie Casterlow, Anthony Stokes, Jr., Anthony White and Gert Wright are all charged with felony gang participation.
They were scheduled to appear in a Goochland County Court Monday, but their cases have been continued until May 19.
Their charges stem from the investigation into 45-year-old Quick’s disappearance and death. He was reported missing on February 1 after heading from Afton to Albemarle County. His body was found about a week later in Goochland County.
Authorities have not yet released a cause of death.
Once America's most dangerous dog, pit bulls are now benefit from softening attitudes, as well as advocacy groups for them.
Tuesday morning, volunteers with Building Goodness gathered to share their stories of success, including a trip to the mountains of Haiti after the earthquake in 2010.
It didn't take senior forward Akil Mitchell long to put the Virginia basketball team's struggles at the ACC Tournament in perspective.
Based on voting for the dueling All-ACC basketball teams this season, the league's coaches thought more highly of a pair of Virginia players than the ACC media.
After leading his team to a 16-2 conference record, Virginia head coach Tony Bennett was named 2013-14 Atlantic Coast Conference Coach of the Year by the Atlantic Coast Sports Media Association.
Former Virginia offensive lineman Eugene Monroe will remain a Baltimore Raven after signing with the team on the first day of NFL free agency for the 2014 season. Former 'Hoo Branden Albert has reportedly signed with the Miami Dolphins.
The global airlines industry still expects a record profit for 2014, just not quite as high as expected, officials said Wednesday, citing the impact of rising jet fuel prices.
A Thai court ruled that the government's ambitious 2 trillion baht ($62 billion) plan to build high speed rail and other transport infrastructure was unconstitutional and must be ended.
Thousands of people have gathered in Istanbul for the funeral of a Turkish teenager who died nine months after slipping into a coma from being hit by a police tear-gas canister during anti-government protests.
Pakistan's military says an avalanche in the northern mountains has killed four soldiers while 22 others have been rescued after "heroic efforts" by the army.