Archives for June 2019

LANE CLOSURES TO BE LIFTED FOR HOLIDAY

The Virginia Department of Transportation will help make trips easier over the July 4th holiday, by suspending most highway work […]

A WILD NIGHT AT WALMART!

Witness say an incident that happened in Virginia Beach was like something out of a movie. The Virginan-Pilot reports that […]

NEW SAFETY SEAT LAW EFFECTIVE JULY 1

A bill that was passed last year, and was then signed by Governor Ralph Northam will take effect July 1st, […]

TRAIN DERAILS IN GREAT DISMAL SWAMP

A coal train has derailed into the Great Dismal Swamp National Wildlife Refuge in Virginia. The derailment is still being […]

TAX REFUNDS ON THE WAY

A little extra money is coming to taxpayers in Virgina. Richard Stelling reports…. blogaudio.virtualnewscenter.com/WKWI-062719-STELLING-TAXMONEY.mp3

ROBOCALL CRACKDOWN

The Federal Trade Commission is unveiling an effort with law enforcement agencies to crack down on robocalls. Jon Jeffries has […]

GUN LAWS NOT ENFORCED LISTED AS PRIME REASON FOR SOME CRIMES

As the old saying goes, if guns are outlawed only outlaws will have guns. According to a recent study, at […]

HEALTH WORKERS TESTIFY ABOUT WHISTLEBLOWER TREATMENT

Health workers from the Department of Veterans Affairs in Virginia, are testifying before Congress about the agency’s treatment of whistleblowers. […]

GLOUCESTER TEENS SENTENCED AS SERIOUS JUVENILE OFFENDERS

Two Gloucester teenagers who were convicted of shooting and severely wounding a third teen last summer in Beaverdam Park, have […]

MORE TRAVEL DELAYS FOR MOTORISTS

This week, travelers crossing Route 360 over the Rappahannock River in the Tappahannock area can expect brief delays at night […]