The Barrett Early Learning Center is expecting to get around $65,000 in proceeds from the latest Charlottesville Ten-Miler. Vice-Mayor Dede Smith (pictured) says this will help working-class families with kids at the Ridge Street facility. The money will help to provide scholarships. Those who operate the Charlottesville Ten-Miler will formally present their check next Tuesday.
The House of Delegates has approved legislation that would let prison officials execute inmates in the electric chair if lethal injection drugs are not available.
The State Senate has approved a bill that prevents drivers from being charged with reckless driving if they're going only 11 miles above the speed limit.
A bill that makes it easier for people with a protective order to get a concealed weapons permit has won Senate approval.
The House of Delegates has approved three bills that are part of a compromise worked out by Governor McAuliffe and Republican leaders.