Norfolk Southern raised the ire of Alexandria residents last week, when it neglected to notify the city or it's fire department about a 150 gallon ethanol spill. Officials are requesting that the city be kept in the loop.
Norfolk Southern Railroad waited an hour after a spill of toxic liquid ethanol to notify the Alexandria fire department, again calling into question the whether the city should be able to regulate the practice.
National Journal's Reid Wilson talks about winners and losers from the first night of the Democratic National Convention, and how a third-party candidate could affect the presidential race in Virginia.
A 2009 Virginia law allows gun owners to attain a concealed carry permit by doing little more than an online test. Now, a growing number of those permits are being issued to residents not from the commonwealth.
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