Brian Ford has this week's business and financial report.
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Virginia’s new A-F grading system for evaluating schools, adopted just two years ago, will see some significant changes this year as educators work to prepare recommendations for a replacement system.
88.9 WCVE intern Michael Melkonian of VCU Capital News Service reports.
An Amherst County judge has ruled that Sweet Briar College, whose board wants to close the women’s college, may not sell any assets for 60 days.
The judge used terms like “unilateral” and “arbitrary” to describe closing a 114-year-old school while students were expecting to earn diplomas. Their lawyer, Elliott Schuchardt, hails the ruling.
“It’s actually very, very good news because the students were found to have standing; the students were found to have a four-year contract with the college,” he said.
Today we begin an occasional series of commentaries titled "RVA Leaders Believe." Inspired by “This I Believe,” the 1950s radio series hosted by Edward R. Murrow, RVA Leaders Believe provides Leadership-Metro-Richmond members the opportunity to reflect upon their values as community leaders. Today's commentary is by Juliette Landphair, Dean of Westhampton College at the University of Richmond.
A Liberty University freshman is dead, shot after trying to attack a security guard with a hammer just after 4 a.m. yesterday.
Advocates for restoring the rights of Virginia felons say Governor McDonnell has not gone far enough and serious impediments remain.
Politifact Virginia Editor Warren Fiske explains the latest fact-checking report.
Politifact Virginia editor Warren Fiske has this week's fact checking.
Sean Gorman has the latest fact check report.
Virginia State Police are still piecing together what happened Thursday night on I-95 southbound at the Chippenham Parkway.