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.
Eight month old Aiden Raines was found safe and sound in a ditch in front of his home on Duncan Road in Dinwiddie. The Sheriff's Office says the little boy's mother staged his abduction.
The Lyric Opera of Virginia will present Rodgers' and Hammerstein's "The King and I" Friday and Sunday at the Landmark Theater. The production includes a large number of local children.
A Quinnipiac poll released early Thursday shows Virginians closely divided on lifting the mining ban, but not close on guns at college.
A 22 year old man from Wylliesburg, airlifted to the VCU Medical Center after an accident demolished his car in Chase City is recovering.
Mothers Against Drunk Driving says Virginia has received four of five stars in MADD’s annual report to the nation on its campaign to eliminate drunk driving. But it says a perfect score will have to wait for action from the General Assembly. Charles Fishburne reports.
Following the success of the new Short Pump location, the Children's Museum of Richmond is now making plans to open a third site in Chesterfield County.
During the time that thousands of people were volunteering to search for 8-year-old Robert Wood, Jr., personnel from Ft. Lee aided a stricken searcher.