VPAP

Virginia Public Access Project

Local governments across Virginia have been getting tougher on people who don't pay their car tax. And a nationwide shortage of school counselors has not spared Virginia.

Virginia Public Access Project

When Norfolk needed to make room for thousands of evacuees ahead of Hurricane Florence a city regulation threatened to slow down the process.  And when a Commonwealth's Attorney wanted to reduce his own salary he also found the law standing in his way.

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Next year Virginia will mark the 400th anniversaries of the beginnings of English-style legislatures and African slavery in Britain's American colonies.  And a report on slavery's role at the University of Virginia finds grave robbing was once common at black cemeteries.

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Hemp is now growing again at George Washington's Mount Vernon estate.  And if one coastal Virginia county has to choose between chickens and tourists then it's no contest.

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A scooter-sharing company has found itself less than welcome in a couple of Virginia cities. And concerns about the health risks of football are taking a toll.

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