VPM Daily Newscast: Nov. 10, 2022
The VPM Daily Newscast contains all your Central Virginia news in just 5 to 10 minutes. Episodes are recorded the night before.
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Here’s a recap of the top stories on the morning of Nov. 10 , 2022:
College students with the most need don’t always get the most aid
Reported by VPM News’ Megan Pauly
Even though Virginia lawmakers invested a large amount into the state’s financial aid programs last year, JLARC associate director Tracey Smith said it’s important to note that a large amount of unmet student need still exists.
Students from Virginia’s HBCUs to tutor K-12 students
Reported by WHRO News’ Ryan Murphy
Gov. Glenn Youngkin announced the program last week at Norfolk State University. The tutoring partnership will employ students from Virginia’s four HBCU’s, including Hampton and Norfolk State universities. Youngkin said the initial targets will be school districts like Hampton and Portsmouth.
In other news:
How the military impacts the Hampton Roads housing market (VPM News)
Shared solar is coming to Virginia. Just not all of Virginia. (Cardinal News)
JMU To Add Therapist To Police Force (Daily News-Record)
In case you missed it:
Spanberger notches third term, defeating Vega in the 7th District (VPM News)
In Northern Virginia, narrow victories for House Democrats (DCist)
William and Mary Dining Workers win their Union with Sodexo (The Flat Hat)