Richmond’s water rescue team pulled a woman kayaker from a rock in the James River yesterday…and as Charles Fishburne reports, their busy season is just beginning.
Articles by Charles Fishburne
The Virginia Department of Taxation has received national recognition for its pioneering, and successful efforts at teleworking. Charles Fishburne reports.
Within a few days, some 20,000 Richmond area children, who depend on school lunch programs for a square meal, will have to find it somewhere else. As Charles Fishburne reports, Central Virginia’s “Feedmore” is ready to fill the gap.
The Virginia Supreme Court has overturned a judge’s decision allowing congregations that broke away from the Episcopal Church to keep their property, and sent the case back to Fairfax County Circuit Court . Charles Fishburne reports.
The United States Senate has turned back an attempt to limit the EPA’s power to further regulate air pollution from vehicles and industrial facilities. Charles Fishburne reports.
Over the weekend, UVA’s associate dean of engineering, who was also America’s second woman in space…was inducted into the Astronauts Hall of Fame. Before she left for the ceremony at Kennedy Space Center, Charles Fishburne talked with former Astronaut Kathy Thornton about her time in space.
VDOT has immediately reduced the weight capacity allowed on the aging Huguenot Bridge, after a routine inspection by engineers uncovered some serious structural problems. Charles Fishburne reports.
Convicted cop killer and child molester Paul Clouston was arrested yesterday in California following a viewer tip to America’s Most Wanted. He was wanted in Virginia for parole violations and failing to register as a sex offender. Charles Fishburne reports.
Tomorrow, the director and one of the founders of Virginia’s Holocaust Museum will be 75 years old. He almost died at the hands of the Nazis when he was eight, and he has spent much of the life he was spared, teaching tolerance to new generations. Charles Fishburne talks with Director Jay M. Ipson.
With almost 15 million people still looking for work across the nation in June, and 50 thousand in Virginia, Seventh District Republican Congressman Eric Cantor is once again planning a job fair next Tuesday. Charles Fishburne reports.