This week's local crime and court updates from The News Virginian.
A look at the status of firing squads in the United States.
Stacker investigated where the most Jan. 6 rioters were arrested using data from the Department of Justice.
These are some of the most luxurious homes on the Waynesboro market.
Because Market cited data from FEMA and the Climate Impact Lab to look at climate risks across the country and what shifting warmer temperatures could mean for retirees as they seek snowbird destinations.
Stacker tracked down some of the most delicious, must-try snacks from different countries.
Lawmakers on Thursday battered TikTok's CEO about potential Chinese influence over the platform and said its short videos were damaging children's mental health, reflecting bipartisan concerns about the app's power over Americans.
During an interview for The Bill Simmons Podcast, the longtime friends and collaborators revealed that they shared funds as young actors in the 1980s.
May is the projected deadline to disband the Covid response team.
According to a police report obtained by TMZ, a security team for the Diamonds singer apprehended a man, who arrived at her house on Thursday, reportedly having travelled from South Carolina.
Paris municipal garbage collectors have pledged to uphold a rolling strike until Monday, as thousands of tonnes of rubbish linger in the streets.
During an interview for AARP magazine, the Annie Hall actress declared that she has no desire to date again.
Just over one hundred years ago Congress gave women the right to vote via an amendment passed by the states. Test your knowledge of this historical milestone with this quiz.
Play this football BINGO game online as you watch the Kansas City Chiefs and Philadelphia Eagles play Sunday in Super Bowl LVII.
Match these swoon-worthy quotes to the classic romantic films they’re from to win this Valentine’s Day-themed movie quiz.
Match these swoon-worthy quotes to the classic romantic films they’re from to win this Valentine’s Day-themed movie quiz
Test your knowledge of African-Americans who served our nation in this 10-question quiz
Do you know why the first ball was lowered in Times Square? Or the average number of drinks consumed on New Year's Eve? Check out the trivia and fun facts here.