Agencies have received more than $57 million over the past six years to use in their departments by seizing cash, cars, land and other property.
South Hampton Roads cities pay millions in overtime for public safety workers, with few restrictions on an individual’s total hours, leading to questions about fatigue and fairness.
An analysis of overtime data revealed a problem in the city’s pension system, which factors in overtime pay when calculating retirement benefits.
Thirty years of census data revealed a shrinking white demographic, and increased diversity in many of the city’s neighborhoods.
Compare the costs of inpatient charges at the 14 hospitals in southeastern Virginia.