The United States Supreme Court has cited the work of three University of Virginia law professors in its landmark ruling that put the brakes on a massive job discrimination suit against Walmart. Charles Fishburne reports.
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Virginia Tech engineering students have just won a national competition by building a hybrid-electric next-generation automobile that practically runs on fumes. Charles Fishburne has more in this Science Matters report.
A three-year old boy has been reunited with his family, and two child-care workers are facing misdemeanor child neglect charges after he was left alone in an eastern Henrico Park.
Richmond’s first real estate tax amnesty program has netted 7.1 million dollars, as penalities were dropped and interest rates lowered for 60 days. As Charles Fishburne reports, city officials are calling it a win-win situation.
The Virginia Department of Agriculture says the winter wheat crop is expected to more than double last year's production, and with high prices around the world, Charles Fishburne reports wheat farmers are grateful for a good year.
Virginia firefighters and equipment have been deployed to help with wildfires in Arizona, Texas, Georgia and Florida. Charles Fishburne reports.
The Manpower Employment Outlook Survey for the third quarter of this year is out, and as Charles Fishburne reports, it anticipates a healthier job market in the coming months, but not by much.
The Virginia Department of Environmental Quality has released its annual trash dumping report and confirmed that again Virginia is the nation’s second-largest importer of other
people’s trash. Charles Fishburne reports.
Civil War General Stonewall Jackson’s Lexington home has been turned over to Virginia Military Institute, where he taught before becoming one of the war’s more legendary figures. Charles Fishburne reports.
Virginia State Police believe they are closing in on a pair of carjacking suspects who attacked a Pennsylvania couple at an I-64 rest area in New Kent County.