Charles Fishburne is a correspondent for WCVE Public Radio. He brings over 40 years experience as a broadcast journalist and news executive in Richmond, Washington D.C. and New York. Charles was also a long-time television news anchor and news director in Richmond.
The famous house where accused Lincoln assassin John Wilkes Booth sought help after fleeing from Washington, goes on the auction block at the courthouse in King George County today. Charles Fishburne reports.
Transportation Secretary Ray LaHood says key airport projects across the country are in jeopardy if Congress doesn’t pass a clean extension of the FAA Reauthorization bill, along with 4,000 FAA employees that will be furloughed tomorrow morning. Charles Fishburne reports.
As the Space Shuttle program ends, NASA Langley is planning for the future, and as Charles Fishburne tells us in this WCVE Science Matters Report, a suborbital launch yesterday was a good example of tomorrow’s space program.
Utilities in the Washington-Baltimore region are urging customers to conserve energy during the heat wave, but as Charles Fishburne reports, Dominion Virginia Power, while promoting conservation, says it anticipates no problems.
Philadelphia Eagles Quarterback Michael Vick, a one-time Virginia Tech athlete who went to federal prison on dogfighting charges, is taking his anti-dogfighting message to Congress with an appearance on Capitol Hill yesterday.