The ACLU is raising privacy concerns about police technology tracking drivers -- whether they are suspected criminals or not.
Articles by Charles Fishburne
A third federal appeals court has declared President Obama's recess appointments of three members of the National Labor Relations Board unconstitutional. This time, in Richmond.
The State Fair of Virginia is looking for local talent to perform at the Triple Crown Amphitheater this Fall.
A Northern Virginia women's health care clinic that performed more abortions than any other location in the state has closed. Charles Fishburne reports.
Chesterfield County Police are going door to door in their search for the person who killed seven-year old Brendon Mackey with a stray bullet July 4th. Charles Fishburne reports.
Richmond police are assuring residents of the Carillon neighborhood that they have no reason to be alarmed, though the suspect in a home invasion stabbing Monday night is still at large.
The head of Smithfield Foods appeared before the U. S.Senate Agriculture Committee yesterday, seeking to blunt fears of the proposed takeover by a Chinese company.
A lawsuit filed by a man who was arrested after stripping to his running shorts at Richmond International Airport to protest security measures has been settled.
The Washington Post reports this morning that a corporation owned by Governor McDonnell and his sister received an unreported gift of $70,000 dollars last year.
The ACLU of Virginia says it will file a federal lawsuit challenging the state's gay marriage ban, less than two weeks after the U.S. Supreme Court struck down a key provision of the federal Defense of Marriage Act and left intact a lower court ruling overturning California's gay marriage ban. Charles Fishburne talks with Virginia ACLU Executive Director Claire Gastanaga, who says it will now challenge Virginia's law.