Virginia State Police say a man who entered a guilty plea last year to charges that he killed his wife now has led persistent investigators to the place where the body was left.
What’s Bugging You A fond look at the animals we love to hate. Tune-in each Tuesday morning at 8:35 a.m. on WCVE Public Radio.
Battersea, the home of Petersburg’s first mayor, Colonial patriot John Banister, stands on the banks of the Appomattox River. An effort is underway to fund its restoration and preservation.
Tomorrow voters in Chesterfield County will decide who will replace State Delegate Sam Nixon to represent the 27th House district. Craig Carper reports.
The Virginia Supreme Court has overturned a judge’s decision allowing congregations that broke away from the Episcopal Church to keep their property, and sent the case back to Fairfax County Circuit Court . Charles Fishburne reports.
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.