The Associated Press reports this morning that emails between the administration of former Governor Bob McDonnell and a consulting group show that things inside the executive mansion were in disarray long before the so-called "Giftgate Scandal." Charles Fishburne reports.
Articles by Charles Fishburne
One hundred fifty-two years ago Sunday marks the first battle of the ironclads in Hampton roads and the Mariners Museum is commemorating the event this weekend with programs and photographs to bring the story of the Civil War home. Charles Fishburne reports.
Five people have been arrested as a result of three separate investigations into moonshine and drug operations in Franklin County. Charles Fishburne reports.
The Virginia Alcoholic Beverage Control celebrates 80 years Friday with the opening of a new store in Williamsburg and a colorful history that continues to this day. Charles Fishburne reports.
University of Virginia researchers say one of every nine Virginian's today is foreign-born. Charles Fishburne reports.
The Virginia Department of Alcoholic Beverage Control is celebrating its 80th birthday this week. Charles Fishburne reports.
A new Wason poll shows Hillary Clinton is the favorite among Virginians against all potential Republican challengers in a hypothetical 2016 presidential matchup. Charles Fishburne reports.
The University of Virginia has expanded its NanoScience research in the field of medicine and has recruited one of the nation's foremost authorities to co-direct its NanoStar Research Institute. Charles Fishburne has more in this Science Matters report.
Hanover County's proposed new budget is up $18 million over the current fiscal year, includes a two percent merit raise for county employees, but no new taxes. County Administator Rhu Harris's $390.6 million budget is counting on a continued economic recovery, a rise in residential and commercial construction and increases in real estate assessments and personal property taxes. Real estate is expected to go up 1.5 percent, personal property 8.3 percent. County employees would get a two percent merit increase, the school budget would increase by $8.6 million with 18 new positions, and pub