President Trump’s plan centers around slowly easing restrictions in areas with high testing capabilities and low numbers of infections.
Join hosts Jackson Sharman and Sophie Kidd as they discuss how Washington and Lee University is handling graduation planning during the coronavirus pandemic.
Small business owners must look for Congress to approve more money for the program.
As presumptive Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden focuses on his pick for vice president, response to the coronavirus situation is becoming a key factor.
Sports and the arts help people keep their minds off tough times. Washington and Lee University athletes and dancers have found creative ways to stay active during the pandemic.
People are finding creative ways to fill the void left by empty stadiums and arenas.
Gov. Ralph Northam has been able to rely on his background as a pediatric neurologist to help him understand COVID-19 and make decisions to stop its spread.
Join host Jackson Sharman as he reports on how restaurants in Rockbridge County are coping during the coronavirus pandemic.
Golfers have been the rare exception to millions of Americans who have limited things to do while social distancing. In Lexington, and around the country, golf courses have remained open.
With Democratic presidential candidate Bernie Sanders suspending his campaign, former Vice President Joe Biden is on track to win the Democratic presidential nomination and face off against President Donald Trump in November.