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A jobs bill winding its way through Congress is giving Virginia lawmakers a tough choice: create jobs or reduce the deficit. Matt Laslo reports from Washington.
Environmentalists applaud the administration's offshore drilling decision, Governor and Lt. Governor say President went too far; VCU survey says America is split.
Hurricane Season begins next week, and the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration has released its annual pre-season prediction, and as Charles Fishburne reports, they say it could be a busy one.
This week, Governor Bob McDonnell decided not to apply for round two of the federal Race-to-the-Top grant program. Craig Carper reports.
Governor Bob McDonnell believes that President Obama’s decision to cancel plans for drilling off the coast of Virginia is premature. Craig Carper reports.
Virginia had the highest recorded seat belt use rate in state history last year: 82.27 percent. State and local police will be out today looking to improve that percentage.
Bluegrass music is heard from coast to coast and has a big following in Virginia. There’ll be a bluegrass festival at the foot of the Blue Ridge Mountains on the first weekend of June.
AAA predicts travelers will shake off the recession and return to the highways in greater numbers this Memorial Day weekend. Charles Fishburne reports.
Virginia has just unveiled a new website that promises you the Great Outdoors and anything you want to know about it, just a click away. Charles Fishburne reports.