Brian Ford analyzes the week's business news
The subject of Charter Schools will be the topic at a public forum tonight in Petersburg.
A recent graduate of the University of Richmond has been instrumental in helping survivors of a rebel attack in Congo.
UR opened its new Weinstein Center last week, even as one of its recent graduates was making headlines around the world for humanitarian efforts in Congo.
Jeff Schapiro offers his weekly analysis of Virginia political news.
Virginia State University has signed a deal with Flat World Knowledge, Inc. to provide electronic version of textbooks to the Reginald F. Lewis School of Business.
The City of Richmond is partnering with Chesterfield County on a Federal Grant Application for a $400,000 grant to revitalize a large portion of Hull Street. Craig Carper reports.
Lieutenant Governor Bill Bolling announced yesterday that Virginia had successfully negotiated a five-year contract for continued races at Martinsville Speedway. Craig Carper reports.
There is a new SOL requirement in high school curricula that students must have some basic economics and personal finance before they can graduate. Charles Fishburne reports
Triple A has released its national predictions for holiday travel, and they say it indicates people will spend more money than this time last year, but spend it carefully. Charles Fishburne reports.