State Sen. Richard Saslaw (D-Fairfax) says Gov. McDonnell's plan to sell state-owned liquor stores is dead in the Senate.
Gov. McDonnell has told General Assembly committees that much of the state's $403 million in unspent funds is already allocated.
The world's tallest man has been given a good prognosis following surgery yesterday at the UVA Medical Center for a rare condition that causes uncontrolled growth. Charles Fishburne has a follow-up Science Matters report.
A Varina man who shot a neighbor's puppy has been sentenced to jail, but most of the time was suspended.
Jeff Schapiro analyzes the week in state politics.
Brooks Smith continues to rediscover Richmond sports history.
Virginia's fourth charter school, and Richmond's first, the Patrick Henry School of Science and Arts opened last week.
A Science Matters report. There is a farm behind the Science Museum of Virginia designed to give kids a chance to see how urban gardens work and how it's possible even today to grow one's own food.
University of Richmond police have issued an updated warning about scam artists working neighborhoods near the school.
The Commonwealth Institute says the state surplus for FY10 was bolstered by federal stimulus funds.