Even though the Federal Emergency Management Agency has rejected Virginia's efforts to provide financial help to help people in Louisa County repair earthquake damage to more than 1400 homes they aren't waiting around from something to happen.
The State Council of Higher Education says the state would need about 164 million dollars in non-general fund revenue over the 2012-14 biennium, and recommends tuition increases to raise the money. Charles Fishburne reports.
Lewis Ginter Botanical Garden has just received one of the nation’s highest honors for libraries and museums for making a difference for individuals, families and communities.
Charles Fishburne reports.
The Federal Emergency Management Agency rejected Virginia's to declare Louisa County a disaster area in the wake of the earthquake at the end of August. Now, an effort is underway to appeal that decision.
Richmond Police say the old prescription drugs in your medicine cabinet could be a danger to kids and a temptation for criminals, and are offering a way to get rid of them safely. Charles Fishburne reports.
Demolition begins later this morning at the old Cloverleaf Mall, to make way for a new mixed-use development. And as Charles Fishburne reports, even though its time has come and gone, many people have fond memories of Cloverleaf Mall.
Virginia’s 3rd District Congressman, Democrat Bobby Scott spoke about his desire to reduce the federal deficit without the need for substantial cuts to government programs at the latest installment of the Eyes on Richmond Speaker Series at St. Paul’s Episcopal Church. Craig Carper reports.