VPM Daily Newscast: Dec. 20, 2022
The VPM Daily Newscast contains all your Central Virginia news in just 5 to 10 minutes. Episodes are recorded the night before.
Here’s a recap of the top stories on the morning of Dec . 20, 2022:
The future of sites where Confederate monuments once stood
Reported by VPM News’ Ian M. Stewart
Richmond councilmember Katherine Jordan discusses what will happen to the sites where A.P Hill and Robert E. Lee statues formerly stood.
Reported by WHRO News’ Katherine Hafner
Dominion Energy's multi-billion-dollar plan to build about 175 wind turbines off Virginia's coast got crucial approval from state regulators last week.
Reported by VPM News’ Dawnthea Price Lisco
It’s a Virginia voting specialty, and it doesn’t usually involve actual firehouses.
In other news:
GRTC gets $4 million for on-demand transit services (The Richmond Times-Dispatch)
Foo Dog expected to close on Main St., reopen in new Scott’s Addition food hall (Richmond BizSense)
In case you missed it:
Virginia Holton, Va. first lady who backed integration, dies at 97 (The Washington Post)
A child’s drawing tucked in an Agatha Christie book is its own mystery (The New York Times)