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  • Creigh Deeds, Virginia state senator, hospitalized after assault

    A Virginia state senator who twice ran unsuccessfully for top state offices was critically stabbed in his home where a second person was found dead, authorities said Tuesday. Sen. Creigh Deeds, a Democrat who ran for governor and attorney general, was...
  • Virginia state senator stabbed, son shot to death; no suspects sought

    Virginia State Police said they were not searching for any suspects in the stabbing of state Sen. Creigh Deeds and the killing of his son Tuesday. Deeds was stabbed multiple times and his 24-year-old son, Gus, was found shot to death when authorities...
  • Police treating Deeds' family tragedy as attempted murder, suicide

    Virginia police are investigating the stabbing of a state senator and the fatal shooting of his son as an attempted murder and suicide, authorities said Tuesday. State Sen. Creigh Deeds had an altercation with his son, Gus, state police spokeswoman...
  • Virginia state senator, stabbed by son, released from hospital

    Virginia state Sen. Creigh Deeds left the hospital on Friday, three days after being stabbed repeatedly by his son, who then took his own life. In his first public statement since Tuesday, when authorities say Deeds was stabbed by his son, Gus, who then...
  • Governor McDonnell proposes new mental health funding

    Governor McDonnell proposes new mental health funding
    Gov. Bob McDonnell said Tuesday that he would add more than $38 million for mental health services in the two-year budget he will present to the General Assembly next week. The funds would be divided among crisis response, expanded outpatient services,...
  • Kimberly McBroom's Blog

    Kimberly McBroom's Blog
    Tuesday, May 28 Hope you had a fabulous Memorial Day weekend!  Of course, having yesterday off makes today feel like a Monday...  We had perfect weather for all of the Memorial Day remembrance events. It's so important to take a moment and honor those who...
  • Three former GOP lawmakers back Democrat McAuliffe for Gov.

    Three former Republican state Delegates threw their support Wednesday behind presumptive Democratic nominee for governor Terry McAuliffe. Former Dels. Vince Callahan Jr., who represented McLean in the House for 40 years, Jim Dillard of Fairfax, and...
  • Republicans in State Senate disappointed, Democrats pleased with redistricting ruling

    Republicans in State Senate disappointed, Democrats pleased with redistricting ruling
    Republicans in the State Senate say they're deeply disappointed. Democrats are pleased, after a ruling in the House of Delegates derailed a controversial redistricting plan. The decision could have an impact on other major proposals, including the...
  • Republicans push surprise redistricting plan through State Senate, Democrats protest

    Republicans push surprise redistricting plan through State Senate, Democrats protest
    A surprise move in the State Senate could cost Bath County Senator Creigh Deeds his seat. Monday afternoon, Republicans pushed through a bill that puts the Democrat in the same district as Republican Emmett Hanger. The plan also adjusts the boundaries...
  • State Senate move could cost Bath County Senator his seat

    State Senate move could cost Bath County Senator his seat
    A surprise move in the State Senate could cost Bath County Senator Creigh Deeds his seat. Monday afternoon, Republicans pushed through a bill that puts the Democrat in the same district as Republican Emmett Hanger. GOP members say they're trying to...
  • Setback for proposed amendment on prayer in public schools

    Setback for proposed amendment on prayer in public schools
    A Senate subcommittee will not endorse an amendment to the state constitution that its sponsor says will protect prayer in the public schools. "I’m just trying to strengthen our constitution," said Grayson Co. Delegate Bill Carrico. "I’m not...