Virginia Currents, a locally-produced production of the Community Idea Stations, has won two Emmys. May-Lily Lee, Host and Senior Producer, and Patty Nevadomski, Senior Producer, each earned an Emmy for their features.
With Virginia’s severe summer heat and humidity, staying cool is not a luxury, but rather a health and safety issue...and Virginia’s Department of Social Services is once again offering cooling assistance programs to people in need. Charles Fishburne reports.
State and federal agencies plan to meet today to negotiate how best to use $2.5 million tied to an executive order to restore devastated wild oyster populations in 20 tributaries of the Chesapeake Bay. Northern Neck Correspondent Pamela D’Angelo reports.
If you remember the 1991 Jonathan Demme film “Silence of the Lambs” you may remember the psychopathic serial killer character “Buffalo Bill.” He liked to skin his victims, but on his more charming side he liked to raise Death’s-Head moths (Acherontia styx). By the way, the pupa found in the throat of one of Bill’s on-screen victims was actually made of Gummy Bears and Tootsie Rolls.
When a child dies under suspicious circumstances, abuse is often suspected. That’s what happened in the case of six-month-old Isis Vas, whose death was deemed “a clear-cut and classic” case of child abuse, sending a man named Ernie Lopez to prison for 60 years.