Author Gwen Cooper’s "Homer’s Odyssey" is a New York Times best seller. Her latest book, "Loves Saves the Day," is now out in paperback, and Cooper, who routinely donates 10 percent of her royalties, is is donating 200 percent of first week royalties to a blind cat rescue sanctuary.
Triple-A Mid-Atlantic says the price of crude oil has dipped below $100 a barrel for the first time in 77 days, and it projects gasoline prices to fall for the rest of the year. Charles Fishburne reports.
Wisconsin congressman Paul Ryan and Republican candidate for governor Ken Cuccinelli spoke to reporters on a conference call yesterday about their opposition to the health unsurance overhaul. Former President Clinton will camapign for Democrat Terry McAuliffe Sunday and Monday.
State House and Senate Republicans have introduced a package of education reforms in an effort to streamline the SOLs, provide better career paths for teachers and expand curriculum options through virtual classrooms. Craig Carper reports.
The James River Association has a news conference set for later today to reveal its annual report card on the health of the James River. As Charles Fishburne reports, the typical grade in its eight-year track has been a solid "C".