Former Del. Phillip Hamilton, the first Virginia state legislator to be convicted in federal court of public corruption, is scheduled to be sentenced today.
Virginia’s Superintendent of Public Instruction has called for an overhaul of the No Child Left Behind Law and said she would push for a waiver soon to be made available by the U.S. Department of Education.
Governor Bob McDonnell says he is remaining vigilant to prevent a possible downgrade of the state’s credit rating. Craig Carper reports.
Richmond City Council is holding public meetings to get reaction to its proposed redistricting plan.
Richmond police are investigating a brutal beating and have a picture of what they believe to be the getaway car. They are asking the public’s help in finding who did it.
The Henrico County Board of Supervisors has unanimously approved a proposal to build a Mosque on Impala Drive. Charles Fishburne reports.
The fire that destroyed a business in one of Petersburg's busiest shopping centers on Sunday caused more than a million dollars in damage.
At eight yesterday morning the Louisa Narcotics Task Force conducted a mass operation targeting 14 suspects. This morning only five are still free.
An advocacy group for low and middle income Virginians is speaking to seniors about potential cuts to Social Security. Craig Carper reports.
Struggling world economies have produced one positive result...the price of oil is going down. Charles Fishburne reports.