This Jan. 26, 1965 file photo shows Mildred Loving and her husband Richard P Loving.  Fifty years after Mildred and Richard Loving’s landmark legal challenge shattered the laws against interracial marriage in the U.S., some couples of different races still talk of facing discrimination, disapproval and sometimes outright hostility from their fellow Americans.  (AP Photo)
‘Loving Day’ Turns 54. Historic Ruling Legalized Interracial Marriage

RICHMOND-Loving Day may not be an official holiday, but it marks a special anniversary. On this day 54 years ago, a Virginia couple made history

Xzavier Hill
NAACP Asks Attorney General to Review Xzavier Hill Case

RICHMOND-RICHMOND - The NAACP's Virginia chapter wants State Attorney General Mark Herring to reevaluate the case of Xzavier Hill.

Virginia colleges to require vaccinations to return to campus
When The Pandemic Hit, The Sussex Health Department Left

SUSSEX-There's never a good time for a county's health department to close, but the worst is probably during a deadly pandemic. However, that's what the Sussex Department of Health did.

Virginia colleges to require vaccinations to return to campus
‘No Thanks’ : Fairfax County Rejects State Registration System

FAIRFAX CO. -- Health districts in Virginia plan to switch to the state vaccine registration system. All but Fairfax County.

A look at better times, as Orlando Carter Jr. poses for a picture with his mom Jessica.
Police Testimony Raises More Questions in Orlando Carter Case

RICHMOND-On Thursday, Richmond police officers Moses Railey and Dominic Rivera painted a different picture than the official explanation of what happened to Orlando Carter Jr. on New Year's Eve.

Officers told Benton there's nothing they can do, but demonstrators are demanding answers.
Where Are The Tapes? Protestors Demand Footage of Xzavier Hill’s Death

CHESTERFIELD - It’s been nearly one month since Xzavier Hill's death and his family still haven't received the one thing they've asked for.

A bill to require school districts to have in-person learning options has advanced through the Senate
Dogwood Download: Things You Should Know For Wednesday, Feb. 3

RICHMOND-Tuesday was a busy day for Virginia's lawmakers.