Several Rastafarians in Virginia’s prison system have spent years in solitary confinement, because they refuse to cut their hair. But as Charles Fishburne reports, attempts to coerce them to conform to prison rules have so far had limited success.
Articles by Charles Fishburne
The National Park service is predicting an early bloom for Washington’s cherry blossoms.
One man is dead and another charged with murder following a two-hour police standoff in Henrico County early yesterday morning.
The University of Richmond School of Law has named a Georgetown University law professor its new dean.
Fifteen years after the disappearance and death of Alicia Showalter Reynolds, investigators are still looking for her killer.
An amended health bill requiring the state’s abortion clinics to be regulated like hospitals has passed the Virginia Senate and is expected to be signed by the Governor. Republicans have fought for it for years...but as Charles Fishburne reports, the fight may not be over yet.
A teenager convicted of plotting to blow up a Virginia Beach High school has been sentenced to 12 years in prison.
Hanover County is looking at a budget for fiscal 2012 that is essentially flat. But as Charles Fishburne reports...that is an improvement.
There is legislation on its way to becoming law, to make it illegal for anyone to use a false telephone number...maybe yours... on somebody else’s caller ID, for evil intent. But as Charles Fishburne reports, until the regulations go into effect this summer, it is happening every day, with impunity
Chesterfield County has been recognized for the fifth consecutive years for work-force training and development among its government employees.