Greene County is buzzing this week over a surprising confrontation at one of its schools. A four-year-old kid with attention deficit disorder caused a ruckus in the pre-K classroom, and when the principal could not restore calm, the local sheriff handcuffed the child and took him away in a squad car.
A farmer who lives near the NASA launch site on Virginia's Eastern shore has some safety concerns after a rocket exploded there a few weeks ago...and a new company is cleaning up waste coal in Southwest Virginia and selling it as fuel.
The Radford Army Ammunitions Plant opened in the 1940s, making arms and propellants for the military and creating jobs in the region.
When it was built, the Arsenal as it’s known, was miles from population centers, but not anymore. New communities have sprung up in recent years. And concerns about pollution by the plant have also been growing.
In the wake of Rolling Stone renouncing its own story about an alleged gang rape at the University of Virginia, some students say that Jackie, the undergraduate at the center of the storm, has been abused-- this time by the magazine.
"We are trying to stop a culture of blaming the victim, but that's exactly what they did: they blamed the victim."
That's Jacob Irby, as he meets up with members of a student singing group along Rugby Road. Another, Frank Song, says the article carved a path of destruction by portraying administrators and students as indifferent to rape.