Andy Foldenauer fills in for Brian Ford in the Monday morning business news analysis.
Brooks Smith discusses Capitol's connections with 150th anniversary.
A survey of food programs run by the Salvation Army nationwide finds more need and less to pay for it.
Politifact Virginia tracks the facts behind two recent claims.
Several rallies were held back-to-back in Capitol Square yesterday as gun control and gun rights groups and members of the Tea Party came out to meet their legislators.
A man is in custody in connection with a fatal hit and run accident on I-295 early Saturday morning near Route 156 and Airport Drive.
To call Charley McDowell, who died Friday, a retired columnist doesn’t begin to say who he was.
Some 350 volunteers in the tri-cities spent time Saturday helping collect food to feed people in need.
A new study at Virginia Commonwealth University finds that emotional intelligence is a strong predictor of job performance.
The Southern Environmental Law Centers say housing is no longer affordable for many Virginians and policymakers need to re-examine ways to connect jobs, transportation and housing to meet changing conditions.