There is a public hearing set tonight on the final phase of the Virginia Capital Trail project, that will take walking and biking trails through the Varina district. Charles Fishburne reports.
Governor Bob McDonnell has unveiled a series of potential transportation projects for public-private partnerships. Craig Carper reports.
U.S. Secretary of Health and Human Services Kathleen Sebelius was in Richmond yesterday to highlight portions of the Affordable Care Act. Craig Carper reports.
Media General Chairman J. Stewart Bryan, III, is the winner of the 2012 George Mason Award presented by the Virginia Pro Chapter of the Society of Professional Journalists.
Chris Waugaman, who teaches advanced placement languages at Prince George High School has been awarded a prestigious Lowell Milken Center Fellowship. He is working to produce a short film about a local man who died in 2005.
Three high-profile birds of prey are being released back to the wild throughout the state today and tomorrow. All recovered from injuries sustained in accidents earlier this year.
The delayed approval of Virginia’s 2011 Congressional redistricting plan created difficult circumstances for candidates running for Congress this year. Craig Carper reports.
Michael Griffin will spend two years in prison for defrauding Medicaid.
Something for the troops. The 2012 version of The U.S. Army Soldier Show opens tonight at Ft. Lee.
Charlene Hebert teaches math at N.B. Clements Junior High in Prince George County. She entered a drawing and won a laboratory.