Thirteen people have died nationwide from consuming bacteria-tainted cantaloupe and at least 72 others are reported infected in 18 states including Virginia. But as Charles Fishburne reports, state health officials say there does not appear to be a problem in Virginia -- yet.
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Protestors demonstrated in front of Dominion Virginia Power’s downtown office yesterday, as the company and the NRC work together to determine that the plant is safe to restart. But as Charles Fishburne tells us, the entire process is under a microscope and could impact the future of nuclear power in the country.
Henrico County is making one last pass to help residents remove debris leftover from Hurricane Irene.
A Roanoke College poll says Americans are fed up with Congress and President Obama would have a hard time winning in Virginia if the election were held today. Charles Fishburne reports.
Some Louisa County residents, calling themselves “Not On Our Fault Line,” plan a peaceful protest in front of Dominion offices downtown at noon today. Charles Fishburne reports.
A Martin’s grocery store employee was stabbed and a co-worker arrested after an incident early yesterday morning at the store at the Village Shopping Center in Henrico. Charles Fishburne reports.
The United States National Slavery Museum, led by former governor and former Richmond Mayor Doug Wilder has filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection. But as Charles Fishburne reports, bankruptcy may not be the final chapter.
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.
The Richmond area is among the smoggiest cities in the country and the second most polluted in the Commonwealth according to a new Environment Virginia report released yesterday. Charles Fishburne reports.
A federal appeals panel in Richmond is considering the first piracy conviction is a US courtroom in nearly 200 years. As Charles Fishburne reports, it is a case with far-reaching international implications.