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06 Dec 2016

VCU InSight for Oct. 23, 2016

The latest on Petersburg’s financial crisis; see what Virginia is doing in response to the Heroin epidemic sweeping across the Commonwealth (and the country); a new technology employed by VCU Police aims to curb the number one crime on college campuses: bike theft; beatboxing finds its way on stage at the annual Richmond Folk Festival; and GRTC looks to expand its services to make travel more efficient while helping ease traffic woes. See in-studio interviews with Larua Rugless and Tammi Slovinsky, VCU Title IX Coordinators; and Alexandra Reckendorf, VCU political science professor, and Angelique Scott, a VCU student activist, about the role black millennials will play in the upcoming election.

02 May 2014

Watch VCU InSight for May 2, 2014

VCU InSight presents its final newscast for Spring 2014, with anchors Matthew Hall and Joshua Jackson.

06 Apr 2014

Watch VCU InSight for April 4, 2014

VCU InSight for April 4, 2014, with Anchors Onofrio Castiglia and Olivia Whitham.

06 Apr 2014

#OutRVA

Graduate students in VCU’s Brandcenter are working on a tourism campaign to promote Richmond as a gay friendly city. Richmond Region Tourism asked the Brandcenter to help create the campaign, resulting in #OutRVA. Nick Wright reports.

28 Feb 2014

A solar-powered parking problem

  Many Richmond parking meters are solar powered.  When there isn’t enough sun the meters malfunction, causing issues for drivers.  Despite problems the city plans to double the number solar powered meters within the city.  Olivia Whitham reports.

19 Oct 2013

Confederate flag flown over I-95 raises controversy

Virginia Flaggers, a group of southerners who show pride for their heritage, have found a new spot to fly their Confederate flag. The 50-foot tall flag, which was raised Sept. 29 after a ceremony, can now be seen above I-95 near Chester.

20 Sep 2013

GRTC May Cut Routes Used by the Disabled

In a cost-saving effort GRTC is considering cutting routes that some area disabled depend on.

15 Feb 2013

New parking meters take VCU students by surprise

Virginia Commonwealth University students and faculty members returned from their winter break in mid-January to find areas of Main and Cary Streets now had pay stations and signs that read, “Pay to Park.”

30 Nov 2012

University sports new bus line

VCU Students and Faculty are enjoying a new bus line they can call their own. The new service provides travelers a reliable method for getting across campus.

28 Sep 2012

Richmond Ambulance Authority Launches Campaign

Though the phrase may seem like common sense, the Richmond Ambulance Authority is taking pedestrians back to the basics in their latest campaign.