ROANOKE-Petersburg students return to class, a Roanoke company shows little class when dealing with layoffs and we talk about a 38 minute war.
AMHERST – Now that Virginia’s legalized marijuana, cities and counties have to choose what to allow. Amherst County wants voters to decide.
RICHMOND-A double graduation is coming, "hazardous" trees attack Shenandoah, we get the results of a poll and Northam offers an endorsement.
Personal possession and cultivation of marijuana will be legal in Virginia starting July 1, after the General Assembly voted to pass amendments to this year’s marijuana legalization bill.
BELLE HAVEN-A new group hopes to create a university for Virginia's Eastern Shore.
Study after study has found that women, particularly women of color, have borne the brunt of the pandemic’s economic toll, losing jobs and leaving the workforce in alarming numbers.
RICHMOND-Virginia Gov. Ralph Northam doesn’t want to wait until 2024. He wants to see marijuana possession legalized this year.