Stories tagged: "Virginia Law"

Mandatory Minimum Sentencing May Disappear
Dogwood Download: Things You Should Know For Saturday, Feb. 20

RICHMOND-Chase's lawsuit gets dismissed, the death penalty gets passed by and SNAP access gets expanded.

The Richmond City Council approved a gun ban on Sept. 8.
Virginia Assembly Bans Guns at Polling Places

RICHMOND-Guns won't be allowed in any Virginia polling places this year. The General Assembly made that clear Thursday.

The Richmond City Council approved a gun ban on Sept. 8.
Gun Bills Shelved in House Subcommittee’s Tuesday Hearing

RICHMOND - Gun reform activists had reason to celebrate in 2020.

An image of George Floyd is projected onto the base of the statue of Confederate General Robert E. Lee on Monument Avenue in Richmond, Va. (AP Photo/Steve Helber)
Lee Statue’s Future Still Undecided After Last-Minute Appeal

RICHMOND-The fences went up around Richmond’s Robert E. Lee statue Monday.

Don't Use Your Phone While Driving
It’s About to Be Illegal to Hold a Phone While Driving in Virginia

RICHMOND – Sending just one quick text from your phone won’t hurt, right?

Why Are Town Officials and Residents Trying to Remove a New Mayor?
Why Are Residents Trying to Get Pound’s Mayor Thrown Out?

POUND- Back in May, Stacy Carson won in the type of election that people tell folktales about.

People living with HIV can be prosecuted in Virginia
Virginia Lawmaker Sues State Officials, Demands Offices Reopen

RICHMOND-One Virginia state senator wants the General Assembly to reopen to the public.