Fifteen years after the disappearance and death of Alicia Showalter Reynolds, investigators are still looking for her killer.
Energy Forward Richmond has announced a competition for students to help understand energy and how to save it, how to save money while using it, and its impact on the future.
Columbia Natural Gas in Virginia customers are going to get a pleasant surprise when their bills arrive.
Contract talks between a paper mill in West Point and a union that represents nearly 400 of its workers have broken down. WCVE’s Benjamin Dolle has that story.
Poltifact Virginia staff report on the latest findings.
One man is dead and another charged with murder following a two-hour police standoff in Henrico County early yesterday morning.
The University of Richmond School of Law has named a Georgetown University law professor its new dean.
Chesterfield county Fire and Emergency Medical Services has made three important changes in the way units will be dispatched and how they will respond.
Members of a fraudulent document trafficking organization based in Mexico have been indicted by a federal grand jury in Richmond.
What’s Bugging You A fond look at the animals we love to hate. Tune-in each Tuesday morning at 8:35 a.m. on WCVE Public Radio.