The US Supreme Court is delaying the start of same-sex marriage in Virginia.
Articles by Charles Fishburne
The Virginia Employment Commission says the state’s jobless rate rose slightly to 5.4% in July. It is the third straight month the Virginia jobless rate has increased - though not by much - after reaching its lowest rate in February since November 2008.
The State’s seasonally adjusted unemployment rate rose slightly from 5.3% in June, to 5.4% in July. The largest job increase was in construction. Other areas that saw gains included total government, manufacturing and business services.
A Virginia Tech Scientist has discovered a new form of plant communication that allows them to “talk to each other,” with sometimes disastrous results.
Henrico’s CASA volunteers believe children should not have to carry the burden of abuse alone, and court appointed advocates volunteer their time to become the child’s friend and ally when it comes time for the court to do something about it.
Governor Terry McAuliffe is expected to disclose further budget reductions when he meets with General Assembly committees today (August 15).
A federal appeals court has refused to delay its ruling that has struck down the state’s gay marriage ban, and same-sex couples could begin marrying as early as next week in Virginia. Or, maybe not.
The prosecution has rested its case in the corruption trial of former Virginia Governor Bob McDonnell and his wife Maureen, concluding by presenting the jury all of the tangible items they received from businessman Jonnie Williams in rapid succession.
FBI agents displayed Louis Vuitton and Oscar de la Renta dresses, coats, shoes and accessories given to Virginia’s former first lady, and golf bags, clubs, shoes and other apparel given to the former Governor and his sons.
The Virginia Department of Transportation has just launched a study to try to prevent collisions of wildlife with moving vehicles on major public highways.
This VDOT picture is from a remote camera located on I-64 on Afton mountain. A mother bear with her cubs in tow looks over a guardrail.
The operator of a Richmond grocery store will pay $10,500 to settle a federal sex discrimination lawsuit. The US Equal Employment Opportunity Commission says Food Rite Community Supermarket refused to hire a woman in October 2012 for a vacant part-time job as a courtesy van driver because of her gender, and filed suit. The lawsuit says a manager said it was because of concern that a female driver would be at greater risk of being assaulted and a man was eventually hired. A settlement was announced yesterday.
The maker of Anatabloc, the dietary supplement at the center of the McDonnell trial, says it is halting sales of the product, at least for now.