Dogwood Download: Things You Should Know For Saturday, March 6

ROANOKE-The first mass vaccination event happens today, the FBI warns of a vaccine scam and more kids prepare to return to class.

Southwest Virginia Prepares For Special Election March 23

TAZEWELL- Longtime Southwest Virginia Sen. Ben Chafin passed away due to COVID-19 earlier this year. Now voters will fill his empty seat.

It's Time to Look Beyond Legalization
Dogwood Download: Things You Should Know For Friday, March 5.

RICHMOND-Portsmouth kids have a return date, Gov. Northam surprises some people and protesters say State Police need to explain some things.

Octavia Johnson Launches Campaign for Governor
Octavia Johnson Enters Virginia Governor’s Race

ROANOKE-Octavia Johnson wants to see things change in Virginia. The best way to make that happen, she feels, is by serving as governor.

VDH Reports Young Child’s Death Linked to COVID-19

RICHMOND-A young child in Virginia died due to COVID-19 this week.

State Bill Would Help Schools
Dogwood Download: Things You Should Know For Thursday, March 4

RICHMOND-Schools in Richmond are set to reopen, UVA says no to Final Exercises and cicadas are swarming.

Vaccine Works Against New COVID-19 Strains
Virginia Vaccine Numbers Start to Climb, With Mass Events Planned

RICHMOND – The first shipment of Johnson & Johnson's COVID-19 vaccine will arrive in Virginia later today. Now the question is what will happen with those 69,000 doses.

Former Virginia Gov. Terry McAuliffe speaks at a pre-release book signing event for his book, "Beyond Charlottesville: Taking a stand against white nationalism," at River City Roll Brewery in Richmond on July 25, 2019.
McAuliffe Focuses on Needs of Black Businesses, How to Help Them

RICHMOND-Former governor Terry McAuliffe discussed the problems Black-owned businesses face with Mama J's owner Lester Johnson on Facebook.