A Richmond man with a long criminal record has been arraigned in the Christmas Eve child abduction; he may be charged with two murders.
Articles by Charles Fishburne
The Gingrich campaign is angry that state law makes it hard to get on the ballot, but a quick change in the law is unlikely. Only Romney and Paul qualified for Virginia's March 6 GOP primary.
Richmond Police have arrested a man wanted in connectection with a Christmas Eve double slaying, and a 2-year-old boy is safe after being abducted by the suspect.
Chesterfield's Director of Development says yesterday's announcement of 1,000 new jobs in the county is a tremendous development.
A Virginia telemarketing company has been barred by a judge's order from making calls to anyone in North Carolina, after complaints that it repeatedly dialed numbers on the Do Not Call Registry. Charles Fishburne reports.
The Obama administration yesterday unveiled rules for coal-fired power plants that mean costly investments that will be passed on to consumers, but also mean health benefits as well. Charles Fishburne reports.
A Washington and Lee Law Professor who is Director of the Virginia Capital Case Clearinghouse says the death penalty in this country has decreased dramatically since 1996 and predicts it is on its way out. Charles Fishburne reports.
The US Postal Service says this is the busiest day of the year for mail...and it’s not too late to send even packages for Christmas. Charles Fishburne reports.
Police dive teams resumed the search yesterday for Matthew Henry Williams, who disappeared from his Shockoe Bottom waterfront neighborhood a week ago today. Charles Fishburne reports.
The Virginia Department of Transportation is clearing a path for travellers this holiday season by lifting lane closures over the extended Christmas and New Year’s weekends. Charles Fishburne reports.