Triple A has released its national predictions for holiday travel, and they say it indicates people will spend more money than this time last year, but spend it carefully. Charles Fishburne reports.
Attorney General Ken Cuccinelli has joined 16 other Attorneys General in a letter to Craigslist calling on them to remove the controversial Adult Services section from their site. Craig Carper reports.
Congregations that voted to leave the Evangelical Lutheran Church in America over the issue of non celibate homosexual clergy are meeting in Columbus, Ohio.
Pr. George County Supervisors have recognized the last living graduate of Carson High School.
A exhibit opening Saturday at The Virginia Historical Society provides a fascinating look at the state’s contributions to the rock music of the 1950s.
Virginia Attorney General Cuccinelli says religious displays on government property are legal, provided other faiths and secular beliefs are represented.
Richmond-based Carmax has broken ground on its first new store in more than two years. It appears to be a bright spot among major area businesses.
Police have arrested a man wanted for a number of break=ins and another who fired a shot after an argument.
Thea Marshall checks out the notion that Arthur Lee, one of the Lees of Stratford and an avowed enemy of Ben Franklin, was not as heroic a figure as his older brothers.
The grounds at 19 schools in the Tri-Cities look better this morning than they did Friday thanks to volnteers from a church with members from throughout the region.