(Ashburn)- The Washington Football Team has asked their fans for their insight on a new nickname. According to ESPN, season ticket holders were emailed a list of suggestions and asked to choose two that caught their eye.
(Richmond)- All adults in Virginia may now get protection against COVID-19. The state moved into Phase-Two of its vaccination plan yesterday, which means anyone over the age of 16 is eligible to get a shot. As of
(Richmond)- The Virginia Employment Commission is facing a lawsuit after residents reported having their benefits cut off. Legal aid groups have warned they plan to sue the commission after residents say they were left jobless and waiting
(Richmond)- Thousands of more Virginians will become eligible for the coronavirus vaccine this weekend. The state will move into Phase-Two of the vaccination plan on Sunday. That all means that anyone over the age of 16-years-old may
(DC)- On Capitol Hill, the House Oversight Committee voted to advance legislation to make D.C. a state. A full vote is expected in the House next week. If passed by the House and Senate, D.C. would
(Richmond)- More in-person classes will be offered at VCU this fall. School officials say that there will probably be some limitations on how many students will be in each classroom. Other health and safety measures are likely
(Leonardtown)- A 16-year-old boy has died following a trooper-involved shooting in St. Mary’s County. Maryland State Police were called to a home in Leonardtown yesterday afternoon for reports of someone who was possibly armed with a gun.
(Undated)- The C-D-C is looking into the death of a Virginia woman as they investigate problems with the Johnson-and-Johnson vaccine. This came hours after federal officials paused the use of the J-and-J vaccine as multiple people recently
(Fredericksburg)- Rappahannock Electric Cooperative is working to deter a common culprit for local power outages. According to the power company, squirrels alone cause about one-thousand each year. REC says they use software to figure out where animals
(Richmond)- More than 36-percent of the state’s population have been administered at least one dose of the coronavirus vaccine. The Virginia Department of Health’s vaccine dashboard shows that over four-million total doses have been administered. Of that
(DC)- DC officials have given the green light to sporting venues to allow more fans to watch their games in-person. Fans will now be allowed to attend games at Capital One Arena at ten-percent capacity. It marks
(Richmond)-Getting a coronavirus vaccine might become a little more difficult in the coming weeks. The news comes after recent manufacturing problems at the Johnson-and-Johnson headquarters, which forced the manufacturer to recall 15-million doses. State health leaders say
(DC)- The Fourth of July will be a little different on the National Mall in DC this year. The National Park Service has decided to call off the Independence Day Parade on the National Mall. Officials say
(Alexandria)- The Alexandria school board voted last night to rename two schools: T.C. Williams High School will now be called Alexandria City High School and Matthew Maury Elementary is being renamed as Naomi L. Brooks Elementary School.
(Alexandria)- An Alexandria woman is a millionaire after winning in the New Year’s Day lottery drawing. Clarice Chandler says “it was just by chance” she purchased a ticket at Royal Farms on Jefferson Davis highway in Fredericksburg.