The cyber security race continues to ramp up as more of the things we use every day depend on the Internet to function. As Robbie Harris reports, The National Security Agency has designated Virginia Tech to be a key player in the growing efforts to secure our systems from hacks and attacks.  

Charles Clancy directs the Hume Center for National Security and Technology at Virginia Tech. He says that by 2020 there will be 50 Billion devices connected to the Internet.  And they’re all going to need security. 

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President Trump unveiled his budget this week and it’s being met with mixed reactions from Virginia lawmakers.

State Won't Review Waterways in Path of Pipelines

May 25, 2017
Southern Environmental Law Center

Opponents of pipeline construction in Virginia are outraged over a decision from the state’s Department of Environmental Quality.  DEQ says it won’t assess possible damage to rivers, streams and wetlands before deciding whether to issue permits.  Sandy Hausman has details.

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New numbers from the Bureau of Labor statistics show Virginia is steadily adding jobs, although some parts of the Commonwealth are growing much faster than others.

Recycling Graduation Caps and Gowns

May 25, 2017

It’s that happy time of year when seniors are graduating.  For most, that means investing in a cap and gown – an outfit that might never be worn again.  In Charlottesville, journalist Ashley Botkin wrote a column offering ten ways to recycle your traditional graduation garb.