Both the University of Virginia and Virginia Commonwealth University have new rectors beginning July 1st. Charles Fishburne reports.
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An abortion rights group says some crisis pregnancy centers are using Virginia's year-old mandatory ultrasound law to try to stymie women who are seeking an abortion.
Virginia State Police will welcome 90 new troopers to its ranks this morning.
Triple-A Mid-Atlantic says over 1.1 million Virginians will travel over next week's holiday weekend.
Dominion Virginia Power customers will see their electric bills go up, starting July 1st.
Chesterfield County Police say June has been a busy month for vehicle theft. Charles Fishburne reports.
Virginia's seafood industry...already the third largest in the nation, has just gotten bigger, with the expansion into the red crab business. Charles Fishburne reports.
In a major victory for gay rights, the United States Supreme Court has struck down a provision of a federal law denying federal benefits to married gay couples. As Charles Fishburne reports, it could impact gay couples in Virginia.
The United States Supreme Court ruled yesterday that Virginia and nine other states -- and parts of seven more -- are no longer under the preclearance provision of the 1965 Voting Rights Act. Charles Fishburne talks with Carl Tobias, Law Professor at the University of Richmond about the legal ramifications.
The European Space Agency is set to develop a new, Earth-observing satellite that will map and monitor global forests. UVA's Hank Shugart, a professor of environmental science, has been a key player in convincing the agency to fund and develop the $525-million satellite. He talks with correspondent Charles Fishburne in this WCVE Science Matters report.