Virginia Election Sees Record Numbers
Votes Added, Voters Subtracted. What Happened With Richmond’s Election?

RICHMOND-All Richmond residents had a chance to pick their president.

Richmond police pull over members of the local Black Lives Matter chapter on Election Night. Photo by Dogwood's Meg Schiffres.
Richmond Police Say ‘No Gun’ Rule is Only a Rule Sometimes

RICHMOND-Richmond Police say the city's gun ban didn't apply to protests that happened Saturday.

Virginia State Capitol in Richmond, Va. (Bob Brown/Richmond Times-Dispatch via AP, Pool)
Don’t Expect Big Projects in Short Session, Delegates Warn

RICHMOND-The number of bills Virginia lawmakers can propose during the upcoming General Assembly session has been cut in half.

Richmond police pull over members of the local Black Lives Matter chapter on Election Night. Photo by Dogwood's Meg Schiffres.
New COVID Restrictions Will Be Used to Suppress Black Liberation, Activists Say

RICHMOND- Black liberation activists believe Virginia's new COVID-19 restrictions will cause more problems for protesters.

The memorial for Marcus David Peters stays up at the Circle that locals refer to by his name. Dogwood photo by Meg Schiffres.
Marcus Alert Offers Lifesaving Care ‘When Feasible’

RICHMOND-The Marcus alert system was set up to save lives.

House of Delegates members eat boxed lunches on the steps of the Virginia State Capitol in Richmond, Va., before the veto session began Wednesday, April 22, 2020. (Bob Brown/Richmond Times-Dispatch via AP, Pool)
Looking Ahead to Next Year: JLARC Prioritizes Unemployment, Housing Studies

RICHMOND-We got a glimpse this week into priorities the Virginia General Assembly have for the upcoming session.

Southwest VA Voters Set Records
UVA Law Students Volunteered to Safeguard Election

CHARLOTTESVILLE-UVA law students spent their Election Day monitoring polling places in Charlottesville for voter intimidation.