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Some Schools Keeping Mask Mandate

(Richmond)-  A number of Virginia school districts have plans to keep their mask mandates in place despite executive action from Governor Glenn Youngkin.  Youngkin signed an executive order on Saturday that dropped the indoor mask mandate for

Barn Fire Leaves Four Horses Dead

(Stafford)- Four horses are dead following a barn fire in Stafford County.  Fire crews were called to the one-thousand-block of Mountain View Road early Sunday morning for reports of a large barn engulfed in flames.  They had

Northam Heading Back to Work

(Richmond)- For the first time in more than four-years, Ralph Northam is heading back to the doctor’s office.  The former governor said he has plans to resume his work as a pediatrician now that he is no

Physicians Send Plea to Northam

(Richmond)- Top medical professionals across the state are asking Governor Ralph Northam for help.  The Virginia College of Emergency Physicians have asked Northam to declare another State of Emergency.  The group of emergency physicians feel like this

Minimum Wage Increases

(Richmond)- Minimum wage is about to go up in Virginia. Minimum wage becomes eleven-dollars an hour beginning tomorrow. It was previously set at nine-dollars-and-50-cents. The last time minimum wage increased across the Commonwealth was 2009. Plans are

VSP Scoping State Highways

(Richmond)- Drive sober or get pulled over. That’s the message from Virginia State Police to all motorists ahead of tonight’s celebrations of a new year. More than a-hundred law enforcement agencies across the state are joining forces

Youngkin Pushes Vaccine

(Richmond)- Governor-elect Youngkin is encouraging all Virginians to get the COVID-19 vaccine. Youngkin says he believes we will have to live with COVID-19 for the foreseeable future so getting vaccinated is the best thing to do. Youngkin

UVA Sets Booster Requirement

(Charlottesville)- Booster shots are now required for students and faculty at the University of Virginia. Everyone must prove they’ve received extra protection against the virus before February 1st. This is a requirement for the UVA community to

National Cathedral Reverses Course

(DC)- All in-person events at the National Cathedral are being put on hold due to concerns with COVID-19.    Officials say the Cathedral will close for all in-person visits and worship services into January.  The hope is

Lee Statue Time Capsule Opened

(Richmond)- There’s disappointment after the much-anticipated unveiling of a 19th century time capsule in Richmond. A time capsule found under the Robert E. Lee Statue was opened yesterday, but none of the items inside were what historians

Extension Given on Child Care Grant Program

(Richmond)- Grant money is available for child care vendors across Virginia. It’s part of the Child Care Stabilization Grant program and eligible providers include certified preschools, licensed family day homes, and child care centers. First Lady Pam

House of Former Governor Catches Fire

(McLean)- The home of former Virginia Governor Chuck Robb has been destroyed by a massive blaze. Flames broke out late Tuesday night at the McLean home requiring the response of multiple fire companies. Governor Northam said he