The National Weather Service in Wakefield has issued a heat advisory from 11 a.m. to 8 p.m. for Central and Eastern Virginia.
President Obama yesterday ruled out signing a short-term extension of the federal debt ceiling, but UVA's Larry Sabato says any deal hammered out in Washington is likely to be only temporary.
The Executive Council of the Chesapeake Bay Program met at Maymont Park yesterday to discuss the latest restoration efforts and progress in the Chesapeake Bay cleanup initiative.
Brian Ford surveys the week in business.
According to police, Shawn Lascheck of Petersburg, is charged with possession with the intent to distribute marijuana and cocaine. Not so unusual until we hear the rest of the story.
An anonymous gift of just over $31,000 to the Pamunkey Regional Library is making it possible for the Goochland Library to open again on Tuesdays.
It's believed that Carl Torrence is the oldest Eagle Scout in the Mid-Atlantic Region. He turned 100 at the end of last month.
Jeff Schapiro returns to review the week in Virginia politics.
Fort Lee Police have been named first place winners in the 2010 National Law Enforcement Challenge for having what the International Association of Chiefs of Police called "the best traffic safety programs in the country."
The Pamplin Historical Park and Museum of the Civil War Soldier will conduct the first of four "Rally Camps" this weekend.