Vaccine Works Against New COVID-19 Strains
Southwest Virginia Has A COVID-19 Problem, Ballad Officials Warn

WISE – Ballad Health’s Chief Operating Officer Eric Deaton took the podium Wednesday for the first press briefing in two months. The reason came as a grim reminder: COVID-19 is still in Southwest Virginia.

Pandemic Plans: Arlington Business Owners Detail How They Stayed Operational

ARLINGTON-Arlington business owners faced difficulty during the pandemic, but circumstances are turning around.

Dogwood Download: Things You Should Know For April 14

CHESAPEAKE-UVA makes a decision on tuition, Chesapeake strikes down an election proposal and we talk about the longest word in the English language.

American Rescue Plan Funding Will Help 26 Of Virginia’s Health Centers

WASHINGTON, D.C. – Virginia's health centers need some help. They're getting it in the form of $79.9 million from the American Rescue Plan.

Windsor's Council Stands By Their Officers
Windsor Council Says They Support Their Police And Officer Crocker

WINDSOR-The Windsor Town Council stands behind its police department and Officer Daniel Crocker. Mayor Glyn Willis delivered that statement during Tuesday night’s meeting.

What’s the Issue With the Johnson & Johnson Vaccine? Doctors Explain

RICHMOND-Effective immediately, Virginia will stop distributing the Johnson & Johnson version of the COVID-19 vaccine.

Gary McCollum Speaks at Lynch Family Press Conference
Donovon Lynch’s Family Wants to See Five Changes Happen

VIRGINIA BEACH-What led up to Donovon Lynch’s death? Who was the officer that killed him? These are questions without answers, almost half a month later.

Dogwood Download: Things You Should Know For Tuesday, April 13

ROANOKE-Petersburg students return to class, a Roanoke company shows little class when dealing with layoffs and we talk about a 38 minute war.