Traffic fatalities were down this past holiday weekend, but DUI arrests were up, and State Police are concerned about the upcoming holiday period.
Articles by Charles Fishburne
The U.S. Postal Service has sent out its first of several holiday greetings--and reminders-- that holiday mail deadlines are closer than you think. Charles Fishburne reports.
A Somali national who admitted his role in an April 10th attack on the US Navy ship Ashland off the coast of Africa has been sentenced to 30 years in prison, the first person to be sentenced for an attack on a vessel on the high seas since 1820. Charles Fishburne reports.
Triple A MidAtlantic says three dollar a gallon gasoline could come by Christmas across the country. Charles Fishburne reports.
Virginia has become the only state in the nation to be awarded an almost two million dollar health workforce grant, to find and teach the next generation of healthcare professionals. Charles Fishburne reports.
Agritourism is a growing business in Virginiat with $13 million in annual sales the last time figures were available. But there is another story about how it can, in many cases, save small farms that might otherwise be lost to developement, high-taxes and mass production. Charles Fishburne reports on a farm and a general store near Leesburg that survive on tourism.
Half a billion Facebook members will now have access to Amber Alerts as law enforcement continues to embrace new techlogy to solve crimes. Charles Fishburne reports.
Top state officials are hoping there will not be a repeat of the Winter of 2009, that paralyzed traffic, brought down power lines, and cost 14 lives. The forecasters say it should not be that bad, but as Charles Fishburne reports, offer no guarantees.
Richmond has jumped 20 spots from number 99 to number 79 among the nation’s most dangerous cities…at least according to the CQ Press annual survey, but as Charles Fishburne reports…some are questioning what the numbers really mean.
Virginia’s former Secretary of Finance, John Forbes, II has been sentenced to 10 years in prison for fraud for stealing four million dollars from an economic recovery fund. Charles Fishburne reports.