The ACLU goes to court later today, challenging Richmond Police plans to charge an activist group to hold a May Day Parade. Charles Fishburne reports.
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Mayor Dwight Jones yesterday announced his far-reaching Green Government Order, to help bring conservation and sustainability to city government. Charles Fishburne reports.
Spurred by a growing public outcry over spiraling gasoline prices, the US Justice Department yesterday announced the formation of the Oil and Gas Price Fraud unit, to ensure consumers are not victims of price gouging. As Charles Fishburne reports, Virginia has a law on the books, but is not as far-reaching.
With the official start of summer driving season just six weeks away, Triple A says spiraling gasoline prices could cause people to cancel vacation plans. Charles Fishburne reports.
Richmond Mayor Dwight Jones plans to launch a master plan to help create a sustainable city at a news conference later today. Charles Fishburne reports.
The General Assembly has set aside three million dollars, for a one-year pilot program, to offer exemplary teachers in troubled schools as much as five thousand dollars in Performance Pay, to encourage them to stay where they are most needed...
President Obama brought his message to scale back spending without halting aid to education, energy and science to a town hall meeting in northern Virginia yesterday. Charles Fishburne reports.
The United States Birth Rate Bottomed Out in 2010 according to Charlottesville-based Demographic Intelligence, but as Charles Fishburne reports...in 2011, it appears to be back.
The United States Supreme Court has taken no action on Virginia’s call for a speedy review of the health care reform law.
Dominion Virginia Power confirmed yesterday that an apparent tornado passed near its nuclear power plant at Surry Saturday night, knocking down power lines and triggering safeguards that shut down its two reactors. Charles Fishburne reports