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Charles Fishburne is a correspondent for WCVE Public Radio. He brings over 40 years experience as a broadcast journalist and news executive in Richmond, Washington D.C. and New York. Charles was also a long-time television news anchor and news director in Richmond.

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Virginia Tech Remembers Victims of April Tragedy 11 Years Ago.

At Virginia Tech this weekend, they begin three days of activities for the 32 people killed and 17 wounded 11 years ago Monday, in what at that time was the deadliest shooting carried out by a single gunman in US History. In the aftermath, laws have changed and schools across the country have adopted new safety procedures. But at Virginia Tech, on the anniversary, “It’s important to remember the lives that were lost.” Virginia Tech Spokesman Mark Owczarski, "Eleven years ago we lost 32 very precious lives, students and teachers who were dedicated to learning and teaching.

Panhandler Struck at Henrico Intersection

Henrico County officials have again asked motorists not to give money to panhandlers, following an accident involving four vehicles and a serious injury to a man in the median asking for help.

Henrico County has posted signs asking motorists not to give money to panhandlers in the medians. At last night’s Board meeting, County Manager John Vithoulkas explained, “A pedestrian/panhandler was struck by the beige sedan, went airborne for a short period of time, and landed on his back in the roadway. The accident occurred Monday at Parham and West Broad."

GRTC’S Pulse Bus-Rapid Transit Line Gets 6.4 Million in Sponsorships

The Greater Richmond Transit Company’s soon-to-be operational Pulse bus rapid transit line just received a 6.4 million dollar sponsorship from VCU Health System and Bon Secours.

3,000 people a day ride on the GRTC system on the Broad Street corridor for $1.50 fares, kept low by localities and now by two major health system sponsors who will contribute $425,000 a year.

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