Utilities in the Washington-Baltimore region are urging customers to conserve energy during the heat wave, but as Charles Fishburne reports, Dominion Virginia Power, while promoting conservation, says it anticipates no problems.
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A six-year old girl is in critical condition after she was attacked by a shark while swimming in shallow water along the Cape Hatteras National Seashore. Charles Fishburne reports
Virginia State Police say they are extremely disappointed at the results of a recent crackdown on Interstates 95, 81 and 64.
Philadelphia Eagles Quarterback Michael Vick, a one-time Virginia Tech athlete who went to federal prison on dogfighting charges, is taking his anti-dogfighting message to Congress with an appearance on Capitol Hill yesterday.
Authorities say a North Carolina man has been charged with homicide and being a fugitive from justice after authorities discovered a woman’s body in the trunk of his car in Western Virginia.
Beginning today, the Museum of the Confederacy will augment its on-line offerings by making available a series of paintings by a confederate soldier stationed in Charleston during the Civil War.
Virginia Congressman Eric Cantor, the House Majority Leader, has been leading Republican opposition to raising the federal debt ceiling without corresponding spending cuts.
A stinkbug invasion in Northern Virginia has caused so much damage to the state’s apple industry that the EPA has just granted an emergency exemption for the use of pesticides to try to control them.
Federal Homeland Security officials will conduct an emergency preparedness exercise next week at Dominion Virginia Power’s Surry Nucleur Power Station.
Twelve people were hospitalized yesterday after a mini-bus transporting children from the Bainbridge Boys and Girls Club was hit by a truck at East Ninth and Byrd Streets in Richmond.