A group of accused pirates is set to go on trial in Virginia, and as Charles Fishburne reports, it will test some laws dating back to the 19th century.
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The White House confirmed yesterday that President Obama is scheduled to visit Richmond next Wednesday. Charles Fishburne reports.
Richmond-based CarMax says its second-quarter net income rose 4.8 percent…and the company earned 108 million or 48 cents a share in the three months that ended August 31st. And as Charles Fishburne reports, it is one company that may have actually gained ground during the recession.
An aspiring rapper who liked horror-themed lyrics has pleaded guilty to killing four people in Farmville a year ago this week. Charles Fishburne reports it was a plea-bargain that may have saved his life.
There will be no new tobacco taxes coming out of this year’s General Assembly. As Charles Fishburne reports, three bills died in committee with no discussion.
Virginia Republican George Allen has launched his campaign to regain the US Senate seat he lost in 2006.
Four area localities have voluntary water restrictions today and one mandatory, and as Charles Fishburne reports, there is no relief in sight.
The Commonwealth Transportation Board has just awarded a 35 million dollar contract to replace the 61-year old Huguenot Bridge. That's 24 percent under what was budgeted for the project. Charles Fishburne reports that in an era of tight money, it was one project that had top priority.
The Virginia Department of Health Professions says the state will face a critical need for doctors and other health professionals in the coming years. Charles Fishburne reports.
What happens when 10 college students are locked in together for 24 hours at the Science Museum of Virginia with a challenge, their wits and $500? Charles Fishburne reports.