There is legislation on its way to becoming law, to make it illegal for anyone to use a false telephone number...maybe yours... on somebody else’s caller ID, for evil intent. But as Charles Fishburne reports, until the regulations go into effect this summer, it is happening every day, with impunity
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Chesterfield County has been recognized for the fifth consecutive years for work-force training and development among its government employees.
Jefferson Lab researchers say they have broken a power record for a free-electron laser, a light beam that can burn through 20 feet of steel per second. Charles Fishburne reports.
With turmoil in the Middle East and gasoline prices spiking, Triple A says Americans need to know what to expect if predictions of four or five dollar a gallon gasoline come true. Charles Fishburne reports.
Princeton Review and USA Today have just named the University of Richmond to its list of 5—best value private colleges for 2010, despite its high admissions costs. Charles Fishburne reports.
With worldwide cotton prices are on the rise, Virginia farmers are cashing in, and state officials are predicting a 27% larger crop this year. Charles Fishburne reports.
Records obtained by The Associated Press show more than half the states are not complying with a post-Virginia Tech law that requires them to share the names of mentally ill people with the national background-check system.
The University of Virginia has just received a state-of-the-art, 1.5 million dollar electron microscope that can magnify up to two million times. Charles Fishburne has more in this Science Matters report.
Wildfire threatened a South Richmond shopping mall as high winds and low humidity fanned dozens of fires across the state yesterday.
University of Virginia researchers say Virginia families are economically at risk, with 25% not having enough to meet basic expenses.