Virginia State Police say the Commonwealth saw about a three percent reduction in violent crime last year from the year before.
Articles by Charles Fishburne
A Southwest Virginia man has been found guilty of bear baiting and damaging natural resources in the George Washington and Jefferson National Forests. As Charles Fishburne reports, forest service personnel are vigorous in defending some of America's last wilderness areas.
The invasive northern snakehead fish, first discovered in the Potomac in 2004, has migrated into the Rappahannock River, and state officials say so far, they have been unable to stop it.
Private spaceship tests are underway this week at NASA facilities in Virginia and California, and as Charles Fishburne tells us in this WCVE Science Matters Report, a vehicle called the "Dream Maker" is almost ready for flight.
A grand jury says the fatal shooting of a suspect by a Chesterfield County police officer was justified.
A Woodbridge man could be called the king of the scratch-off ticket -- winning his fourth lottery prize and pushing his total winnings to more than $2 million.
Two men remain in critical condition following a 3:00 am Monday shooting incident in 400 block of East Broad in Richmond that resulted in one death.
The United States Navy says it has successfully launched an unmanned aircraft from the deck of an aircraft carrier.
The Virginia ACLU is set to argue in court this morning that state regulations banning liquor advertisements in college newspapers are unconstitutional.
The Virginia Department of Agriculture and Consumer Services says the state wheat crop is expected to top 16 million bushels in 2013.