Stories tagged: "Virginia Politics"


Octavia Johnson Launches Campaign for Governor
Octavia Johnson Enters Virginia Governor’s Race

ROANOKE-Octavia Johnson wants to see things change in Virginia. The best way to make that happen, she feels, is by serving as governor.

The vaccine became available to school teachers earlier this week.
Assembly Orders Virginia Schools to Offer In-Person Instruction…by July

RICHMOND- It’s time to go back to class. The Virginia General Assembly wanted to deliver that message Thursday.

Dr. Jill Biden took part in a working mothers roundtable Thursday, discussing everything from remote work to education.
Dogwood Download: Things You Should Know For Wednesday, Feb. 24

RICHMOND-The Virginia legislature votes to end student lunch debt lawsuits while Richmond's biggest LGBTQ community organizations merge.

Just Before High School Football Starts, Limits Shift
Dogwood Download: Things You Should Know For Monday, Feb. 22

RICHMOND-Death penalty goes up for a vote, high school football returns and scams pop up.

Committee Rejects Bill to Make Redistricting Meetings More Transparent

A bill to increase the transparency of Virginia’s new redistricting process was killed by the Senate Committee on Privileges and Elections on Tuesday.

Scammers are posing as federal agents calling about your stimulus check
Dogwood Download: Things You Should Know For Monday, Feb. 15

RICHMOND-The power won't be on for a while, Bluefield alumni support the men's basketball team and Virginia Teen Democrats break the internet.

The afternoon sun illuminates the statue of Confederate General Robert E. Lee on Monument Ave in Richmond, Va., Monday, Oct. 19, 2020.
Dogwood Download: Things You Should Know For Saturday, Feb. 13

RICHMOND-The Virginia Supreme Court made a decision about the Lee statue Friday.