Chesterfield officials say a fire that killed a 2-year old boy was accidental, but investigators are still trying to determine the cause.
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Governor McDonnell says many Virginians are in “extreme danger.” As the latest Winter storm poses new threats to already battered areas.
President Obama has just approved eight billion in loan guarantees for the first new nuclear plant in this country in 30 years, but it will not be in Virginia.
Governor McDonnell says Virginia Farm exports set another record last year that puts us in the top ten states in the country.
The giant statue of an Indian Brave that has loomed over the Diamond for almost 25 years is coming down, and its owner, the Richmond Metropolitan Authority, is looking for a good home.
This year, more Virginians than ever are expected to file their state income taxes electronically, and the Department of Taxation is doing all they can to encourage it.
GRTC says it is prepared to keep buses rolling should there be a transit strike, in the wake of a vote over the weekend by union workers not to accept a new contract.
Henrico County schools could cut 37 full-time positions as they try to deal with a multi-million dollar budget gap.
The Obama administration has reached a deal with black farmers that could provide 1.25 billion dollars in compensation over decades of alleged racial discrimination by the Department of Agriculture.
The American Indian Sculpture at the Diamond apparently will find a new home in Shockoe Bottom.