A federal appeals court has upheld the dismissal of a lawsuit that alleged an American chemical company illegally sold weapons-grade chemicals to the Saddam Hussein regime in the 1980s.
Articles by Charles Fishburne
The Virginia Department of Agriculture and Consumer Services says Federal Crop Insurance has just been made available to farmers whose crops were damaged by severe flooding from Tropical Storms Irene and Lee. Charles Fishburne reports.
The State Board of Health has approved new rules that effectively will regulate Virginia’s 21 abortion clinics as hospital surgical centers, and some say, will put many of them out of business. Charles Fishburne reports.
Henrico County has made an arrest in the September 1st death of a man found in his car in the 7600 block of Staples Mill Road, and as Charles Fishburne reports, it appears a cellphone may have led police to the suspect.
As many as 1,000 faculty, staff and students are expected to participate in a “flash mob” on the University of Richmond Campus today, to take a stand against sexual and relationship violence.
Virginia’s graduating high school seniors scored higher than the national average on the SAT college entrance exams, although scores are falling and gaps still exist among Virginia’s racial subgroups.
Virginia State Police are looking for a few good men -- and women -- to join the force and this weekend are offering a glimpse into what it means to be a woman in law enforcement.
The ACLU has filed suit to have the Ten Commandments removed from the school walls of Narrows High School in Southwest Virginia. Charles Fishburne reports.
Richmond-area employers say they expect to hire at a steady pace during the fourth quarter of 2011, according to Manpower. Charles Fishburne reports.
Researchers at VCU and the College of William and Mary, say that a valuable satellite-tracking shorebird survived a hurricane and several thousand miles of travel over open water, only to be shot by hunters on Guadaloupe. Charles Fishburne reports.