The Federal health care overhaul survived two lawsuits that were dismissed yesterday in Richmond on technicalities...Charles Fishburne reports.
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Dominion Virginia Power told the NRC yesterday, after hundreds of tests and inspections, there was no damage to safety-related equipment following the Earthquake at the North Anna Nuclear Power Station last month. But as Charles Fishburne reports, they still have to convince the NRC the plant is safe to restart.
President Barack Obama will visit the University of Richmond tomorrow. The event is free and open to the public. Charles Fishburne has more on tickets, security and parking.
With remnants of Tropical Storm Lee moving into the state and a forecast of several days of rain, Virginia State Police are already seeing a dramatic increase in accidents. Charles Fishburne reports.
Virginia Commonwealth University will conduct a full test of its emergency communications systems at noon today...and as Charles Fishburne reports...sirens will be heard in many locations adjacent to the schools’ two campuses downtown.
As Texas battles at least 57 wildfires that have claimed 1,000 homes, a mapping specialist from the Virginia Department of Forestry flew there yesterday to within a few miles of the very worst of them in Bastrop County. Charles Fishburne reports.
Dominion Virginia Power reports it has restored power to all but a handful of 1.2 million customers who lost power during Hurricane Irene. Charles Fishburne reports it took a small army nine days to undo the damage.
A Virginia based satellite company has just been awarded a 135 million dollar NASA contract to design, build and test an earth sciences satellite. Charles Fishburne has more in this Science Matters Report.
The Richmond area continued to struggle in the aftermath of Hurricane Irene, with well over 100,000 people still without power late yesterday afternoon. And, as Charles Fishburne reports, one Dominion Power official described the remaining work “massive.”
The United States has squandered at least 32 billion dollars in Iraq and Afghanistan in the last ten years on contract waste and fraud, according to a special commission launched by Virginia Democratic Senator Jim Webb three years ago. Charles Fishburne reports.