The U.S. Census says Richmond City has increased its population for the first time in 40 years.. Charles Fishburne reports.
The Governor’s proposal to privatize the state’s ABC stores is effectively dead for the 2011 session. Craig Carper reports.
The Virginia Opera has been challenged.
Joan Tupponce finds rewards in little-known musical.
Brooks Smith explores a former industrial area now a flourishing residential district.
Last night at the Virginia Museum of Fine Arts, Dominion presented its annual Strong Men & Women: Excellence in Leadership Awards.
The State Senate has given preliminary approval to a bill that would extend the statute of limitations from 2 to 20 years for filing civil lawsuits against sex offenders.
The Virginia Historical Society will open a new exhibit tomorrow entitled "An American Turning Point: The Civil War in Virginia." John Ogle reports.
27 year old Matthew Brady, charged with murdering Joseph and Evelyn Bland in their Colonial Heights home, apparently knew the victims
The Virginia Department of Agriculture and the FBI are hosting a conference on agroterrorism tomorrow, and as Charles Fishburne reports, it will play to a packed house.