Richmond Public Schools Superintendent Jason Kamras delivered an optimistic message in his first State of the Schools address — even though the district has the worst graduation rate in Virginia and more than half of its schools lack accreditation.
Vanessa Tyson, the woman who accused Lt. Gov. Justin Fairfax of sexually assaulting her in a hotel room in 2004 has come forward, and she’s released a statement outlining her allegations against Fairfax.
Following Governor Ralph Northam’s admission that he darkened his skin for a Michael Jackson contest in 1984, Attorney General Mark Herring acknowledged Wednesday that he once wore blackface to a college party nearly 40 years ago.
Our timing wasn’t the best as they were finishing up for the day but here are a few photos of the dredging work being done on the Haxall Canal.
The General Assembly is moving to protect the privacy of people who win the Virginia Lottery — a proposal open-government advocates fear may threaten transparency.
Health officials say it is not too late to get protection from the flu. Influenza illness frequently peaks in February and flu season can be active into April and May.
Don’t panic if you hear sirens on Wednesday, it’s only a test.
There are a ton of free films about the environment showing all over Richmond this week.
A look into the history of Richmond places and people that have disappeared from our landscape.
Across the political spectrum, groups and government officials are calling for Virginia Gov. Ralph Northam’s resignation after media reports of a racist photo on his page in a college yearbook.