A 26-year-old Melbourne man is in hospital with life-threatening injuries after he was struck by a car while it was changing lanes in the city's northwest.
A breakthrough in pay negotiations between bus drivers and bus companies means services across Melbourne, Geelong and Ballarat will run as planned.
A woman who killed three of her children and tried to murder a fourth in Victoria will return to court as she seeks to have her sentence reduced.
Victoria's biggest alcohol and drug service provider is calling on MPs to pledge extra money to help the state's troubled youth.
Daniel Andrews is talking up his party's offering to Victorian voters before the November state election, saying Labor's agenda will be the "biggest ever".
A Victorian woman found guilty by a jury of murdering a disability pensioner and mother-of-four to take custody of her children still claims she is innocent.
South Sudanese Australians will share how they've been racially vilified during a national debate on crime as part of a video campaign from the Anglican Church.
A Victorian university has been given about $5 million to lead two separate centres of excellence about healthy food and mental health.
Safety at Victorian shopping strips will be increased with a share of $24 million if the Liberal-Nationals win power at the upcoming state election.
Additional federal government funding may be on the cards for some of Melbourne's major road projects, including the North East Link and East West Link.
CSIRO scientists are picking through cotton fibres to see if they can find a way to grow one that will be stretchy, non-creasing and even waterproof.
Energy privatisation "has not worked" and the sector needs a reset in favour of Victorians, not billion-dollar corporations, says Premier Daniel Andrews.