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Can I Opt Out of the Child Tax Credit Payments? Here’s The Answer

DANVILLE-What if I want to wait until next year's tax return to get the child tax credit? It's definitely doable. Here's how.

Here's a look at one of the 47 Ronin that Lexington's Josh Poole created out of everyday objects. Dogwood photo by Erica Turman.
Lexington Resident Creates Art With Everyday Objects

LEXINGTON-From sculptures to paintings, Lexington resident Josh Poole takes his environment and turns it into works of art.

Yes, Virginia, Schools Will Open Five Days A Week This Fall

COLLINSVILLE-Virginia schools will open five days a week this fall. So why are politicians saying differently? It seems they forgot SB 1303.

‘Our Children Have Zero Access’: Lack of Rural Broadband Hurts Virginia Students

MARTINSVILLE-More than 200,000 Virginia students lack broadband. President Joe Biden’s infrastructure proposal aims to solve this problem.

Contributed photo - By the time the beaver kits enter the wild, their rehabilitation bill will cash in at around $15,000.
Virginia Wildlife Center Takes On Challenge of Raising Baby Beavers

ROANOKE-Abandoned after a storm, two beavers are being raised by some unique foster parents: the Southwest Virginia Wildlife Center staff.

In a photo posted to social media by Robertson, the two men pose in the Capitol Crypt on Jan. 6.
Robertson Kept Buying Guns And Ammo After FBI Raid, Prosecutors Claim

WASHINGTON DC-Despite a judge's pretrial ban, Thomas Robertson bought $50,000 worth of guns from Jan. to July, prosecutors said.

How Can Virginia Schools Protect Against Cyberattacks?

RICHMOND-Virginia schools need a number of changes in order to protect against cyberattacks. The question is how will they pay for it?