VDOT crews were out in force last night, on a 12-hour shift rotation, to prepare for icy conditions. Charles Fishburne reports.
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For the second straight quarter, CEO’s in central Virginia say they have an optimistic view of business and the economy in the coming months. Charles Fishburne reports.
Neighboring North Carolina has recorded its first flu death of 2011, and as Charles Fishburne reports, both Virginia and North Carolina have now been listed by the CDC as having widespread incidents of the flu.
This year’s General Assembly...and everybody else...will be asked to reconsider some current policies about how the state deals with criminals. And, as Charles Fishburne reports, Virginia’s new prisons chief will have to convince a cash-strapped General Assembly to reallocate some money that may be misspent.
A University of Virginia researcher, working with a group under a government grant, is developing self-healing software that could find itself on the battlefield, in space, or on your laptop. Charles Fishburne has more in this WCVE Science Matters report.
Later today, President Obama is expected to sign into law, the new Food Safety and Modernization Act, which will give the FDA more power to help make the nation’s food supply safer. Charles Fishburne talks about the reasons...and the repercussions for Virginia’s farms...and dinnertables.
Virginia State police say more people died on Virginia highways over the Christmas and New Year’s holidays than last year, but for the entire year, accidents were down. Charles Fishburne reports.
Richmond fire officials say a man and his teenage daughter died in a house fire in Richmond's West End early yesterday morning and two other people were injured. Charles Fishburne reports.
Historians have found a multitude of errors in social-studies textbooks used in some Virginia classrooms. Charles Fishburne reports.
Virginia’s State Health Commissioner says one of the best New Year’s resolutions you can make is to get your flu shot. And as Charles Fishburne reports, she says there is reason to be concerned.