Jason Becker's Halloween light show is compromised of animatronics, props and surprises he put together on just a few hundred dollars. The show is the highlight of the night for neighbors and friends, and also collects food for the hungry.
Friends and family plan to publicly celebrate Antonio Sherman's life at a neighborhood picnic this weekend. The event will be a healing time for Sherman's mother, who's talking publicly about her son for the first time.
Jesse Matthew went before a judge in Fairfax County Friday morning for charges in a separate criminal case. Matthew's attorney in the Hannah Graham case was by his side for the hearing, but things didn't turn out the way Matthew and his lawyer would have liked.
Susan Helbig, 50, faces between 51 and 121 months in prison. As part of a plea agreement Helbig must pay $10,620,121 in restitution to the financial institutions she defrauded and $179,593 to the Internal Revenue Service.
Title one schools have their challenges. The title applies to some schools who have economically disadvantage students, but make no mistake on the intelligence of youngsters and the teaching staff at Snow Creek Elementary.
The Virginia Department of Environmental Quality says CSX will conduct regular testing on the James River through next summer to monitor the effects of April's train derailment and oil spill in Lynchburg.
We were watching last night when a rocket exploded shortly after lifting off from Wallops Island, but State Senator Ralph Smith had a front row seat. He witnessed the launch in person, and was there for what he describes as "the big bang." He recorded the experience on his cellphone.
The weight restriction for trucks driving along Interstate 581 will not change. The Virginia Department of Transportation considered reducing the weight limit after a truck slammed into the Liberty Road Bridge last week.