In the wake of Osama bin Laden’s death, Law Enforcement is alert for any reprisals...and while state police say at this time there are no known threats, it pays to be vigilant. Charles Fishburne reports.
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An anti-terrorism expert and Director of International Studies at Randolph Macon College says the death of Osama bin Laden is the close of a chapter, but not the end of the book. Charles Fishburne reports.
A federal judge has ruled a group of protestors will have to pay for police escorts for their planned May Day Parade. Charles Fishburne reports.
A University of Virginia professor has been awarded a 100 thousand dollar grant by Cure Alzheimer’s Fund to continue his groundbreaking research on Alzheimer’s disease. Charles Fishburne has more in this Science Matters report.
The State Board of Education has approved a set of revised guidelines that school divisions can use to evaluate teachers, with student performance the key. Charles Fishburne reports.
Rising gasoline prices at taking a big bite out of Walmart sales, as their core customers are literally running out of money. Charles Fishburne reports
The Richmond area jobless rate declined in March, according to figures just released by the Virginia Employment Commission. Charles Fishburne reports.
US District Judge Henry Hudson has urged the city and the ACLU to settle their dispute over paying police to control traffic for a May Day protest march through Richmond, or he says, he’ll decide for them.
Richmond International Airport has reported an increase in air traffic for the eighth month in a row, and as Charles Fishburne reports, part of the March increase was fueled by March Madness.
The Virginia Department of Agriculture and Consumer Services says Spring means a farmers market is opening near you. Charles Fishburne reports.