On a vote of 4 to 3, the Petersburg School Board this week passed its budget for the next school year. Regional coverage by John Ogle.
The Manpower Employment Outlook Survey for the third quarter of this year is out, and as Charles Fishburne reports, it anticipates a healthier job market in the coming months, but not by much.
The Virginia Department of Environmental Quality has released its annual trash dumping report and confirmed that again Virginia is the nation’s second-largest importer of other
people’s trash. Charles Fishburne reports.
House Republicans' efforts to speed up renewable energy projects could affect offshore wind projects planned for Virginia. Jim Hilgen reports from WCVE's Capitol Hill Bureau in Washington.
A Congressman from Maryland is asking anyone with information about the murder of his nephew near Old Dominion University to contact police.
Virginia State Police believe they are closing in on a pair of carjacking suspects who attacked a Pennsylvania couple at an I-64 rest area in New Kent County.
Two Virginia lawmakers are behind a new push in Congress they say would free up millions of jobs.
Patrick Terpstra reports from Capitol Hill.
Democratic Senator Mark Warner and Republican Congressman Frank Wolf are sponsoring legislation to create new manufacturing jobs in the U.S. Craig Carper reports.
The search continues for the man and woman police say tried to rob at gunpoint at a westbound I-64 rest stop early Saturday morning.
Tomorrow the Battersea Foundation will present a check to the City of Petersburg and assume ownership of historic Battersea.