A Chesterfield County contractor and his wife have pleaded no contest to 66 building code violations involving faulty installations of back-up generators and related equipment that county inspectors called "extremely dangerous."
Articles by Charles Fishburne
Virginia Peanut Growers have donated 1,500 jars of peanut butter to help Virginia food banks get through the summer. Charles Fishburne reports.
The Virginia Employment Commission says the Richmond area’s unemployment rate dropped to six percent in April. Charles Fishburne reports.
City officials will be dedicating a sign this afternoon at the entrance to Pony Pasture Rapids Park that is symbolic of the confluence of people...as well as water...along the James River. Charles Fishburne reports.
A flood watch in in effect for Dare and Hyde Counties and the Outer Banks of North Carolina as Tropical Depression Beryl grazes the coast. And, some rain from the storm could even roll into the Richmond area. Charles Fishburne reports.
Virginia State Police say nine people died over the Memorial Day weekend...and of those, eight were not wearing seatbelts. Charles Fishburne reports.
Hurricane Season begins next week, and yesterday the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration predicted nine to 15 tropical storms before it is over. But as Charles Fishburne reports, whether this is the year for a “big one,” to hit Virginia, it’s anybody’s guess.
Governor McDonnell has announced an agreement with Chinese officials to resume the exporting of Virginia hardwood and softwood logs. As Charles Fishburne reports, it's a multi-million dollar business.
A Chesterfield man faces construction fraud charges stemming from an investigation of improperly installed whole-home generators. Charles Fishburne reports.
A federal appeals court in Richmond has made it clear that someone doesn’t have to board a ship or rob it to commit piracy. Charles Fishburne reports.