Former Virginia State Health Commissioner Karen Remley is taking a position at Eastern Virginia Medical School.
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Funeral services for slain Virginia State Police Master Trooper J.A. Walker are scheduled today for 11:00 this morning at the Good Shepherd Baptist Church on Crater Road in Petersburg, while police continue to investigate crime-scene evicence.
A Fredericksburg judge has delayed a hearing that could clear the way for the city to auction the National Slavery Museum property.
A Chesterfield County man has been arrested and charged with capital murder in the death of a veteran Virginia State Police officer, shot to death along Interstate 85 yesterday. Charles Fishburne reports.
Virginia agricultural exports reached a record $2.61 billion in 2012, up 12% from last year, which was also a record-setting year.
Dominion Virginia Power says it has made rapid progress restoring power to almost a quarter of a million customers in the wake of yesterday’s storm. Charles Fishburne reports.
Yesterday’s late-winter storm dumped 1-6 inches of snow on the Richmond area; 225 thousand Dominion customers lost power, and state police answered more than 3,000 calls.
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Washington and Lee University has completed a renovation of Washington Hall, part of a six-year, $50 million project to renovate the historic Colonnade.
The National Weather Service has revised its forecast for snow in the Richmond area.
Ashland will be the site of Integrated Technologies Limited’s first office in the United States.