A Chesterfield County man has been charged with arson for allegedly setting fire to his own house on Valentine’s Day.
Articles by Charles Fishburne
Henrico County Manager Virgil Hazelett has announced the appointment of a new Chief of Police, to replace retiring veteran Henry Stanley.
Richmond’s Department of Public Utilities has announced it will reduce the flouride levels in the drinking water treatment process as a result of recommendations from the EPA and the US Department of Health and Human Services. As Charles Fishburne reports, it may have become too much of a good thing.
The so-called “East Coast Rapist,” suspected of assaulting at least 17 women from Virginia to Rhode Island is being held in Connecticut on 1.5 million dollars bond.
The numbers of Asian-Americans has doubled, and in some cases tripled in the Richmond metropolitan area in the past ten years.
The Virginia Department of Education has announced almost 230 million dollars in school construction bonds for 33 localities in the state, where school construction and repairs are badly needed.
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.
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.