Mom Of Boy Who Shot Teacher Gets 21 Months Behind Bars
Deja Taylor, who has pleaded guilty, awaits sentencing on a state charge of child neglect.
Virginia Department Of Education Approves AP African American History Course
The course will be offered in several Virginia schools this year, which is the final year of the College Board’s pilot.
Mother Of 6-Year-Old Virginia Boy Who Shot Teacher Pleads Guilty To State Charge
Deja Taylor says she ‘feels very responsible’ for her son’s actions.
Records Show 6-Year-Old Boy Who Shot Teacher Said 'I Shot That B---- Dead'
The child reportedly shot Abigail Zwerner, a first-grade teacher in her classroom on January 6.
Mother Of 6-Year-Old Who Shot Teacher In Virginia Classroom Takes Responsibility For Shooting
Deja Nicole Taylor faces a felony child neglect charge for the incident, but has apologized on her child’s behalf.
Virginia Siblings Make History As First Black Triplets To Join Navy
Naval service is a family affair for the Sutton triplets and their proud parents.
Why Spotsylvania Va., Banned Two Toni Morrison Books From School Libraries
Conservative groups are targeting books about the Black experience for censorship, library officials say.
Why Two Black Men in Va. Were Sentenced To Life After Being Found Not Guilty For Killing A White Police Officer
Terrence Richardson and Ferrone Claiborne have been incarcerated for over two decades. Their attorney is asking Biden to grant them clemency.
Jennifer McClellan Wins Special Election, Becomes First Black Woman From Virginia In Congress
McClellan won a special election to fill the seat of Donald McEachin who died just after being elected to a 4th term.
Virginia Joins Other States In Reviewing AP Black Studies Courses After Florida Backlash
Gov. Glenn Youngkin faces pushback for ‘targeting’ the course, especially during Black History Month.