Federal aid is being offered in five Virginia counties to repair conservation damage on farmland caused by drought. Charles Fishburne reports.
15 Museums in the Richmond area are offering items from their shops under one roof for the next three days.
There is a new invasion of stinkbugs along the Mid-Atlantic states that appears to be slowly creeping southward. Charles Fishburne reports.
An wreck just before 9:30 Tuesday morning tied up traffic on southbound Route 288 for hours.
The White House confirmed yesterday that President Obama is scheduled to visit Richmond next Wednesday. Charles Fishburne reports.
As reported yesterday, Governor Bob McDonnell and the Virginia Congressional delegation are speaking out about U.S. Defense Secretary Robert Gates’ recommendation to close the Joint Forces Command in Norfolk. Later yesterday, the Governor resumed his opposition.
This week Attorney General Ken Cuccinelli issued a controversial opinion on immigration enforcement in the Commonwealth. Craig Carper reports.
Virginia Department of Corections Director Gene Johnson says the state is spending too much money locking up non-violent offenders, who he says comprise about one-third of the prison population, and that we should focus instead on locking away violent criminals.
Governor Bob McDonnell took time yesterday to share his thoughts on the federal lawsuit against Arizona’s immigration law. Craig Carper reports.
A proposed study looking at alternative methods of treatment for violent sex offenders has passed subcommittee, and the House Rules Committee has killed a proposal that would have banned homosexuals from serving in the Virginia National Guard. Craig Carper reports.