The effort begun by a William and Mary student from Richmond to bring Haitian college students to study in the United States continues.
The State Board of Education has called for a review of the current textbook approval process in the wake of two error-riddled elementary history textbooks that had crept into the system.
The Virginia Department of Agriculture says many of Virginia’s major crops produced significantly lower yields last year. Charles Fishburne reports.
Tomorrow is the final day for public comment on the possible end of the telephone book white pages in most Virginia homes. Charles Fishburne reports.
Ninth District State Senator Don McEachin has just been named "Legislator of the Year," by the Virginia Interfaith Center for Public Policy. Charles Fishburne reports.
There is a new anti-fraud campaign set to be launched in Virginia today, to protect consumers from check fraud…Charles Fishburne reports.
Triple A says gasoline prices are high…and holiday prices will be higher. Charles Fishburne reports.
A William and Mary sophomore from Richmond is in Chicago today taping a segment of the Oprah Winfrey Show that will air on Friday.
Three men State Police say were involved in an incident after recognizing a registered sex offender in Hopewell were arraigned yesterday.
The Virginia Crime Commission heard presentations on the benefits of familial DNA searches, a controversial process that could speed up police investigations and solve cases that have remained open for years. Craig Carper reports.