Governor Bob McDonnell signed over two dozen bills yesterday that he says will make Virginia, the country’s most ‘veteran-friendly state.’ Craig Carper reports.
Commemorating Fair Housing Month, Governor Bob McDonnell announced the creation of a new committee aimed at fighting homelessness. Craig Carper reports.
Science Matters: Students from Richmond Open High School and Martin Luther King Middle School spent time at the river over the past two days.
The McDonnell administration is targeting different strategies to reduce the costs of maintaining the Commonwealth’s highway rest stops. Craig Carper reports.
United States Attorney General Eric Holder has approved Governor McDonnell’s request to reverse a controversial request by former Governor Kaine. Craig Carper reports.
For the first time in two years, state police chaplains may invoke the name of Jesus in their prayers. But as Charles Fishburne reports, it may likely be challenged in court.
Governor Bob McDonnell traveled to Northern Virginia yesterday to announce officially the relocation of defense contractor Northrop Grumman’s corporate headquarters to Virginia. Craig Carper reports.
A team from The Maggie Walker Governor’s School won third place after competing over the weekend in the Center for Civic Education’s We The People – The Citizen and the Constitution national competition begun in 1987 in Washington.
On Friday, the Virginia Commonwealth University School of Engineering will present Senior Design Expo 2010. A Science Matters report by John Ogle.
Students at Linwood Holton Elementary School in north Richmond met former Governor Kaine and his wife Anne Holton at a groundbreaking this week for a new outdoor classroom.