Friday, May 24 2013 4:18 PM EDT2013-05-24 20:18:56 GMT
RICHMOND, VA—Candy made out of marijuana has made its way to Virginia. "It looks just like a tootsie roll or a piece of fudge, and if it's out of the wrapper, there would be no way to know," said WayneMore >>
Candy made out of marijuana has made its way to Virginia.More >>
Friday, May 24 2013 4:13 PM EDT2013-05-24 20:13:37 GMT
RICHMOND, VA—Neighbors in the Forrest View area say their backroads are turning into speedways. Residents took their concerns to the City's See—Click—Fix website, but are still waiting for answers, soMore >>
Neighbors in the Forrest View area say their backroads are turning into speedways.More >>
Friday, May 24 2013 4:10 PM EDT2013-05-24 20:10:23 GMT
RICHMOND, VA—Work is underway to relocate the Black History Museum and Cultural Center of Virginia. The center will soon be expanding to nearly three times its current size. It's all part of the museum'sMore >>
Work is underway to relocate the Black History Museum and Cultural Center of Virginia.More >>
RICHMOND, VA. (AP) - A Midlothian man who pocketed millions of dollars from investors who thought they were buying precious metals is asking a federal judge to sentence him to home confinement.
James F. Price faces sentencing Thursday afternoon in Richmond. He pleaded guilty to one count of mail fraud in March.
Court records say Price ran a business called Madison Precious Metals. Investors' money was converted for his own use, including the purchase of a $1.2 million home.
Sentencing guidelines call for a term of up to five years and three months. The 61-year-old price is asking to serve his time at home, citing his age and health problems.
But prosecutors say he deserves prison time, noting the impact Price's scheme had on 13 victims who lost more than $6 million.
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