With unfettered control of Virginia government possible for Republicans in next week’s state Senate races and Democrats bracing to prevent it, spending by the two parties has topped 6.4 million in the past four weeks. Charles Fishburne reports.
Tourists spent 7.7% more in the Tri-Cities last year than they did in 2009.
With cold weather coming, the City of Richmond will be handing out free weatherization kits for seniors tomorrow. Charles Fishburne reports.
A new poll released yesterday shows that while Virginians are frustrated with the economy and the leadership in Washington, they overwhelmingly support their statewide representatives. A majority doesn't
favor tolls on interstate highways, but would prefer them over a gasoline tax increase. Craig Carper reports.
Chesterfield County fire officials have identified the man who died in a house fire Sunday night, but may never know the cause. Charles Fishburne reports.
United Way of Richmond kicked off its 2011 campaign on Monday with Slaughter Fitz-Hugh, co-founder of the Richmond-based IT company CapTech Consulting as Chairman.
There is a new tropical storm forming in the Atlantic, raising the questions, “is another one coming?” Charles Fishburne reports.
Starting a new business in a recession. Angels for Hire started last fall, has apparently found a niche.
The University of Virginia has been named one of the best colleges in the country for financial aid in the annual Princeton Review.
The Salem High School Band Boosters will present nine of the top drum corps in the country at the 20th Anniversary Summer Music Games at the Salem Football Stadium.