Category: Politics

Episode 2: Dollars & Delegates

“Dollars & Delegates” discusses the breakdown of Virginia’s proposed K-12 budgets, and why leaders in Giles County believe legislators are out of touch on what rural school districts need.


Episode 1: Roots

“Roots” describes the southwestern region of Virginia through firsthand accounts of those who live there. Strong feelings about the issues that Giles County Public Schools face from chronic underfunding come to light through its school […]


Both Richmond and Charlottesville eye the future of their Confederate monuments

Both Virginia cities look to each other to make decisions regarding the controversial statues.


Election of Donald J. Trump

The images captured for this feature are from towns in West Virginia, Pennsylvania, and a county in Virginia that turned red on Nov. 9 and represent the values and initiatives promised by the Trump administration.


Richmond constituents discuss success of upcoming RPS plans

The Nov. 8 evening turnout provided opinions from Stoney, Berry and Morrissey voters on how each candidate will move Richmond Public Schools forward.


SLIDESHOW: Richmond, Va. mayoral election

UPDATE Nov. 9, 2016: Levar Stoney is the mayor-elect of Richmond.


Championing for Mayor: Constituents discuss their support

This podcast includes interviews from Richmond, Va. voters from the watch parties of Joe Morrissey, Jack Berry and Mayor-Elect Levar Stoney. 


Richmond Mayoral Election: the Constituents

Podcast: Voters weigh in on the Richmond mayoral election.


Morrissey, Mosby square off on financing RPS

 Mayoral candidate Michelle Mosby attacked fellow candidate Joe Morrissey’s education plan, stating that he has consistently failed.


Poor conditions at RPS facilities await mayoral solution

Continuous financial shortcomings from City Hall are not enough to address RPS’s crumbling schools.