The April 1stauction of more than 5,500 Titanic artifacts a century after the luxury liner’s sinking has stirred hundreds of interested calls..but as Charles Fishburne reports...a Virginia Maritime Judge’s order will keep the collection intact. He talked with Arlan Ettinger, whose firm has auctioned treasures from Elvis, JFK and Princess Dianna.
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A good Samaritan and a microchip reunited a dog and her owner, after they got separated in a serious accident on I-95. Charles Fishburne reports.
James Madison University’s inaugural class in the School of Engineering is graduating in May, and as Charles Fishburne tells us in this WCVE Science Matters Report, its students are learning about sustainability, the environment, and Green projects around the world.
Watch the video and read more here.
The US Postal Service says it will cut 35,000 jobs nationwide and close almost half of its mail processing facilities, including ones in Norfolk, Lynchburg and Roanoke. Charles Fishburne reports on how it will affect Henrico’s Sandson plant.
Louisa County will receive $19 million from FEMA to rebuild Louisa County High School, damaged by last August’s earthquake.
An employee at WalMart’s giant distribution center in Dinwiddie County shot and wounded his supervisor and fired on two sheriff’s deputies before fatally shooting himself yesterday.
After 28 weeks of intensive training, Richmond’s newest police officers will be sworn in today, and as Charles Fishburne reports, police work is not as it used to be.
Richmond police believe they may have solved a homicide that occurred last July after a nearly seven month investigation.
Richmond’s GRTC is paying special tribute on all of its buses today to Rosa Parks.