The United States Senate has turned back an attempt to limit the EPA’s power to further regulate air pollution from vehicles and industrial facilities. Charles Fishburne reports.
A new exhibit, Bizarre Bits: Oddities from the Collection, opens tomorrow at the Virginia Historical Society. It’s a roomful of items you might not expect to see there.
The Virginia Supreme Court has ruled that the decision of a Fairfax Circuit Court in an Episcopal Church property dispute was in error.
RTD's Jeff Schapiro recaps last week's Congressional primary contests and other state political news.
The Virginia Department of Taxation has received national recognition for its pioneering, and successful efforts at teleworking. Charles Fishburne reports.
Within a few days, some 20,000 Richmond area children, who depend on school lunch programs for a square meal, will have to find it somewhere else. As Charles Fishburne reports, Central Virginia’s “Feedmore” is ready to fill the gap.
Environmentalists are challenging a planned mountain top removal coal mine in southwest Virginia.
Pr. George County Supervisors have chosen a Midlothian Company to renovate the County Police Department Headquarters.
Brooks Smith recalls a big tennis event.
Federal Reserve Chairman Ben Bernanke was in Virginia yesterday to speak about workforce redevelopment programs and to listen to current and former students benefiting from them. Craig Carper reports.