The suspect in a Chesterfield County robbery could find himself plastered all over the local television news, another example of how technology is changing the face of crime-solving. Charles Fishburne reports.
Virginia State Police will graduate 89 new troopers this morning in a class that includes a record number of female graduates. Charles Fishburne reports.
7th District Congressman and U.S. House Majority Leader Eric Cantor and U.S. Senate candidate George Allen rallied over 6,000 supporters this weekend at the Annual Republican Roundup in Glen Allen. Craig Carper reports.
In an exclusive interview with WCVE News, former Secretary of State Madeline Albright says Mitt Romney doesn’t fully understand the issues necessary to conduct effective foreign policy. Craig Carper reports.
Virginia Commonwealth University police are looking for two suspects in connection with the assault of a VCU contract employee last week.
The annual Run for the Fallen honors the men and women in our military who made the ultimate sacrifice in defense of freedom. This year's run is expected to draw as many as 2,500. It happens next weekend at Fort Lee.
According to Homeward, a planning and coordinating agency for homeless services, the number of homeless people in the Richmond area is down 15 percent from the peak of summer homelessness in 2009.
The Giles County School Board has approved an agreement to remove the Ten Commandments from a high school wall. Charles Fishburne reports.
Thursday, we reported there had been complaints about Richmond Police’s “Wake Up” initiative, which the Rutherford Institute called police “a dangerous and unconstitutional practice.” Later in the day, RPD said the program would end May 1 as planned.
Recognizing the importance of social media, Dominion Virginia Power is hoping to promote safe living with an amateur video contest.