The V.I. Department of Justice is investigating campaign donations from slot machine company VIGL's local representative prior to last year's Senate votes giving VIGL a horse racing and slot machine franchise, Attorney General Claude Walker confirmed Thursday.
A decision handed down June 9 by the Third Circuit Court of Appeals has given the Legislature the final say on what happens to the vacant St. Thomas-St. John Senate seat, but a hearing to settle the matter has yet to be scheduled,
With the festival food sale and the Pan-O-Rama steel band showcase passed, St. John is gearing up for the remainder of its Festival 2017 events. This year’s Festival theme is 'The Present and Past in Ways Never Foreseen.'
Very few cases of Zika have been reported in the last few months and for several weeks there have been no new cases, but the V.I. Department of Health says it’s still too soon to say the outbreak of the disease is over.
U.S. Navy Cmdr. Keith Woodley, a native of St. Thomas, took command Saturday of USS Gabrielle Giffords, the Navy's newest shoreline combat ship, which was commissioned Saturday at a ceremony at the Port of Galveston.
Lt. Gov. Osbert E. Potter, acting as governor while Gov. Kenneth Mapp is out of the territory, on Tuesday denounced the appearance of a Confederate flag at a charity event Sunday at Brewers Bay on St. Thomas.
A measure to declare September as Prostate Cancer Awareness Month was approved in committee Tuesday. It would join the other special days, weeks and months that the V.I. governor issues an annual proclamation about each year.