Jet fighters from NORAD may well be buzzing around Richmond skies next week, as the North American Aerospace Defense Command practices intercepting dangerous aircraft. Charles Fishburne reports.
The bids are in, and the good news for the Petersburg Library Foundation is that the new building will cost about 25% less than expected.
With the first full week of summer coming up, the Virginia Department of Social Services is once again offering cooling assistance for people who need it. Charles Fishburne reports.
Yesterday a Richmond based think tank issued a report on the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act’s positive financial impact on Virginia’s cities and counties. Craig Carper reports.
The Commonwealth Transportation Board has just approved a six-year budget for highways, rail, transit, bicycle and pedestrian highway projects, and as Charles Fishburne reports, it leaves major highway congestion issues unresolved.
Yesterday Governor Bob McDonnell announced a public-private partnership to encourage increased use of electric cars in the Commonwealth. Craig Carper reports.
A William and Mary student continues to be involved in helping the people of Haiti recover from the devastating earthquake that struck the island in January.
Federal agents have arrested the Vice President of Marketing for International Business Network, once based in Henrico county.
The state Republican party retained both House of Delegates seats in special elections yesterday. Craig Carper reports.
Once again, The Maggie Walker Governor’s School for Government and International Studies has been recognized by Newsweek Magazine in its ranking of American high schools.