An anti-terrorism expert and Director of International Studies at Randolph Macon College says the death of Osama bin Laden is the close of a chapter, but not the end of the book. Charles Fishburne reports.
On Sunday, Reedville celebrated the Blessing of the Fleet, a 41-year-old tradition that marks the opening of the fishing season on the Chesapeake Bay. Reporting, editing and photos by WCVE News Northern Neck Correspondent Panela D'Angelo.
They call it Building Extraordinary: The Campaign for Randolph-Macon College. The college launched its ambitious $100 million dollar capital campaign at the Jefferson Hotel Friday night. Correspondent: John Ogle.
After three days of negotiations between Democrats and Republicans, the State Senate has passed a bipartisan redistricting compromise in response to the Governor's veto of the original plan. Craig Carper reports.