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April 24, 2024
The Department of Education cuts the ribbon to a new micro-grid solar farm at the St. Croix Educational Complex.

Bryan declares state of emergency, paid $2.3M WAPA debt today; Senate calls for accountability

April 23, 2024
The 35th Legislature holds a press conference to address the Governor’s state of emergency announcement regarding the Virgin Islands Water and Power Authority.

VI Local Food and Farm Council announces $500K in available grants for farmers, fishers

Bryan nominates experienced VI attorney, former federal prosecutor Gordon Rhea as attorney general

April 22, 2024
Governor Albert Bryan Jr. declares a local state of emergency due to rotating power.

LWV-VI lobbies for referendum, educates public on political status in advance of 2027 milestone

Op-Ed: VIPA’s Airport Transformations for the Economic Future of the USVI

April 18, 2024
Gordon Ackley resigning as VIGOP chair to support aging father living outside the territory

April 18, 2024
A housing development on St. John takes center stage during a legislative rezoning hearing.

CCC approval of racino license puts VIGL Operations on track to build new STX horse racing facility

April 17, 2024
The Virgin Islands Next Generation Network outlined to lawmakers their growing financial challenges.

Federal lawmakers, civil rights groups call on DOJ to denounce Supreme Court’s racist Insular Cases

VIPA holds dedication ceremony for CEKA parking garage, which will open to the public Monday

April 16, 2024
Governor Albert Bryan Jr. calls on construction contractors to stop attempts at price gouging the government.

April 15, 2024
Liberty VI starts fiber network construction at Estate Barren Spot on St. Croix.

April 12, 2024
The U.S. Army and the Virgin Islands Division of Personnel & Army PaYS sign a partnership agreement as part of the U.S. Army Partnership for Your Success (PaYS) program.

April 10, 2024
A research study tracking the health of coral reefs around the coast of St. John has been published, the findings indicate poor results.

Panelists reflect on 70-year legacy of landmark Supreme Court decision desegregating public schools

RTPark board votes against renewal of executive director’s contract

April 9, 2024
The South Carolina Gamecocks win the 2024 NCAA women's championship title 87-75.

Total solar eclipse still wows spectators in territory despite partial coverage

Ethics Committee dismisses Sen. Joseph’s sexual harassment, assault complaint against Sen. Johnson

April 5, 2024
A shooting incident on St. Thomas has claimed the lives of two men.

April 4, 2024
Governor Juan F. Luis Hospital is in a difficult financial position due to outstanding Medicaid payments.

VI assets benefit from increases in rates to capture incrementally more earnings

April 3, 2024
Veterinarians are warning of an increase in cases of parvovirus on the island of St. Thomas.

Christiansted Sewer Replacement Project moving forward with disconnection of critical storm drain

April 2, 2024
Lawmakers vet a bill honoring Vaughn 'Akae Beka' Benjamin. Delegate to Congress Stacey Plaskett moves to dismiss the lawsuit filed by victims of Jeffrey Epstien.

March 28, 2024
Department of Planning and Natural Resources Commissioner, Jean-Pierre Oriol, pushes back at claims that the department is taking too long to complete its recovery projects.

Generational Crucians have the opportunity to shape future of NPS sites through new initiative

March 27, 2024
A weapon discharge involving the VIPD Commissioner is currently under investigation.

Bridge work resumes this month on Queen Mary Highway following federal approval of design changes

March 26, 2024
Lawmakers vote in favor of directing the Public Services Commission to file a complaint with the FCC about Liberty VI.

Senate OKs employment bills among nominees to Cabinet, Supreme Court; zoning for concerts, hotel

Horsemen prepare for the return of the Sport of Kings to St. Thomas

March 25, 2024
Several schools on St. Croix went into lockdown today.

Supreme Court dismisses former Sen. Payne’s lawsuit against Legislature claiming wrongful expulsion

March 22, 2024
Avon Benjamin, St. Thomas/St. John District Math Coordinator, announces the winners of the 2024 territorial MATHCOUNTS Competition.

March 21, 2024
In recognition of World Down Syndrome Day, we speak with local media personality, Jamila Russell, whose youngest child is diagnosed with Down Syndrome.

Senator Bolques rushed to hospital yesterday during Senate meeting; resting today

Ribbon-cutting ceremony begins new chapter for Florence A. Williams Public Library

March 20, 2024
Coastal Zone Management hears concerns from residents who live near the Hibiscus Beach Hotel regarding permits to complete the hotel’s build out.

March 19, 2024
We speak with Crucian jockey Julio “Maganja” Felix who marks a career milestone at Turfway Park in Kentucky, amassing 3,500 victories.

March 18, 2024
Police are investigating the death of a nine-year-girl on St. Thomas.

Deputy Attorney General Ian Clement named acting AG following Ariel Smith’s abrupt resignation

UPDATE: VIDE to share distribution schedule of free computer tablets to eligible students

March 15, 2024
The Department of Sports, Parks and Recreation held a ribbon cutting ceremony for the new ADA-compliant Cramer’s Park pavilions.

March 14, 2024
Governor Bryan took one of two new VITRAN all-electric passenger vans for a spin.

FCC webinar discusses end of internet subsidy in April; No word from VIDE about tablet distribution

March 13, 2024
High school students across territory recently competed in the 2024 TK Spring Varsity Basketball Tournament that was held in Florida.

Teachers at Lockhart K-8 School hold unsanctioned job action in response to student behavior issues

VI Supreme Court hears cases of former Sen. Payne against Legislature, Gov. Bryan against WAPA

March 12, 2024
Governor Albert Bryan Jr. announced the resignation of Virgin Islands Attorney General, Ariel Smith.

Former-Sen. Payne staffer files civil lawsuit; includes Legislature, Sen. Frett-Gregory in suit

March 11, 2024
The Legislature’s Committee on Ethical Conduct is investigating a sexual harassment claim filed by Senator Carla Joseph against Senator Franklin Johnson.

VIFEMS partners with Maine Air National Guard on rescue training, medical course instruction

March 8, 2024
The Legislature’s Committee on Ethical Conduct is investigating a sexual harassment claim filed by Senator Carla Joseph against Senator Franklin Johnson.

Sen. Johnson refutes sexual harassment, assault claim made by Sen. Joseph under Senate investigation

March 7, 2024
A Judge has ordered Mohammed Salem, the St. Thomas man charged with the murder of his father, to undergo a psychiatric evaluation.

March 6, 2024
The VI Waste Management Authority takes management control of the Peter’s Rest Convenience Center on St. Croix.

VIPD Commissioner Ray Martinez Personally Assists in Apprehending Murder Suspect on St. Thomas

March 5, 2024
After leading St. Thomas officers on a manhunt, Mohammad Salem, is now in custody for the stabbing death of his father.

UPDATE: VIPA Temporarily Fixes Broken Luggage Belt at Departure in STX Airport while Sourcing Parts

March 4, 2024
Senator Javan James Sr. talks about his plans after announcing that he will not seek reelection.

NPS Unveils Plaque Commemorating Slave Rebellion at Ram Head, St. John

Broken Luggage Belt Frustrates Travelers Leaving Rohlsen Airport as VIPA Struggles for Months to Repair

March 1, 2024
Department of Finance Commissioner, Kevin McCurdy, and Department of Agriculture Commissioner, Dr Louis E. Petersen, have officially been sworn in.

February 29, 2024
Lawmakers receive an update on the status of the EnVision program from Office of Disaster Recovery Director, Adrianne Williams-Octalien.

DPNR Seeks Community Input on Great Pond Restoration for Sustainable Fish Nursery

February 28, 2024
Former Housing Authority Executive Director, Robert Graham, passed away yesterday.

VIHA Board Greenlights $750K Credit Line, Housing Asset Cap; Director Sparks Intrigue at Senate

February 27, 2024
Officials from VIGL respond to Governor Albert Bryan Jr.'s comments about rebuilding the Randall “Doc” James racetrack.

Porporato and Yoshioka Win St. John’s 8 Tuff Miles Road Race

February 26, 2024
St. Thomas Humane Society Director, Michelle Robbins, responds to community outrage over recent layoffs and euthanasias.

High Stakes at Play as Randall “Doc” James Racetrack Revamp Banks on Racino License Approval

Antilles Senior furthers soccer dreams; signs with Lesley University

February 23, 2024
Deputy Fire Chief, Eustace Grant, talks about today’s structural fire on St. Thomas.

February 22, 2024
23-year-old Calvin Belle Jr. is wanted on St. Croix in connection to a violent knife attack.

CCC Evaluates Initial License Application for Racino at Randall “Doc” James Racetrack

Agrifest Honors Outstanding Farmers in Crops, Livestock, and Beekeeping at 52nd Annual Event

February 21, 2024
Senator Franklin Johnson and Senator-at-Large Angel Bolques Jr. recently took a tour of the John A. Bell Adult Correctional Facility on St. Croix.

Aykroyd’s legendary “Blues Brothers” character returns in VI tribute song with STX residents

WAPA Faces Legal Battle as Overbilling Lawsuit Potentially Escalates into Class Action Claim

February 16, 2024
Department of Health officials are anticipating a possible dengue outbreak this year.

February 15, 2024
The Public Service Commission opens an investigation into Liberty Mobile amid customer complaints.

February 14, 2024
Senators support legislation seeking to combat 'Revenge Porn' in the territory.

February 13, 2024
FEMA Commits Nearly $1 Billion to Replace Roy Lester Schneider Hospital on St. Thomas.

February 9, 2024
The Biden-Harris Administration approves federal cost share increase for Hurricanes Irma and Maria disaster recovery projects in the territory.

Trump wins delegates, VIGOP disputes how many will attend convention

February 8, 2024
The Elections System of the Virgin Islands holds its first training for the Sixth Constitutional Convention.

ESVI trains on constitutional convention but tweak to law still needed

February 7, 2024
Valatina Sanchez, the woman wanted in connection to a January 31 shooting on St. Croix, is now in police custody.

Nikki Haley comments on Virgin Islanders voting for president and refinery issues

February 5, 2024
Governor Bryan tells VIGL to get to building the Randall 'Doc' James Racetrack or give up the contract.

Litigants react to illegal election statutes, Senate discusses reform

February 2, 2024
We update you on the construction of the Donoe Housing Community.

AgriTourism Thrives Despite Hull Bay Controversy

GERS board temporarily authorizes restart of limited loan program

February 1, 2024
The Governor's Authorized Representative, Adrienne Williams-Octalien, met with FEMA Administrator David Warrington and FEMA colleagues

January 31, 2024
A St. Croix woman is wanted for shooting a male in the roadway near Queste Verde.

January 30, 2024
The board for the Government Employees Retirement System has voted for a limited restart of the System’s personal loan program.

Internet subsidy nears end for 5,000 low-income VI households

January 26, 2024
The VI Waste Management Authority owes the Public Service Commission $1.4 million.

January 25, 2024
Lawmakers grill representatives of Liberty VI over service quality in the territory.

Senators Question True Economic Growth Following Governor’s Address

January 24, 2024
Governor Albert Bryan Jr. has lifted the "No Drink Advisory" on the St. Croix potable water system and announced the creation of Rebuild USVI, aimed at expediting the timeline of disaster recovery reconstruction efforts.

January 23, 2024
Governor Albert Bryan Jr. delivered his 6th State of the Territory Address, stating that the territory is resolute.

January 22, 2024
According to VI Department of Health's Medical Director, Dr. Tai Hunte-Ceasar, COVID-19 is surging in the territory.

January 4, 2024
Director of Festivals, Ian Turnbull, indicates that the 71st Annual Crucian Christmas Festival has been going great.

January 3, 2024
Banco Popular de Puerto Rico becomes the sixth lender to be a part of the VI Slice Moderate Income Homeownership Program.

Reflections of A Great-Granddaughter on the Closing of The St. Croix Avis

December 29, 2023
The Virgin Islands Fire and Emergency Medical Services has suspended personnel who have failed to meet employment certification requirements.

December 22, 2023
Dr. Esther Ellis, Territorial Epidemiologist, provides more details about the most recent positive lead and copper results in children.

December 21, 2023
Department of Health Epidemiologist, Dr. Esther Ellis, says two children have tested positive for lead and three for copper.

December 20, 2023
The widow of one of the victims of the Aureo Diaz double homicide speaks out after arrests were made.

December 18, 2023
Governor Albert Bryan Jr. indicates that the Virgin Islands government is spending more than it’s collecting.

December 15, 2023
The school monitor, Spanesia Anderson, the focus of the viral video incident at the Eulalie Rivera PreK-8 School, has been arrested.

December 14, 2023
The newly formed group, Friends of Christiansted plans to hold a town cleanup starting tomorrow and into the weekend.

December 13, 2023
The Virgin Islands Department of Education issued a statement regarding an incident involving a school monitor and a student at the Eulalie Rivera PreK-8 School on St. Croix.

December 11, 2023
Residents on St. John and St. Thomas are feeling the effects of a garbage fire in the British Virgin Islands.

December 8, 2023
Judge Robert Molloy sentenced former Casino Control Commission contractor, Stephanie Barnes.

December 7, 2023
Police responded to a bomb threat earlier today at the St. Croix Educational Complex High School and Career and Technical Educational Center.

December 5, 2023
The Virgin Islands Department of Tourism issued a temporary work stoppage to its greeter staff in the height of tourist season.

December 4, 2023
VIPD is investigating what they say appears to be a justifiable homicide which led to the death of 21-year-old Kjani Skeet.

December 1, 2023
Senator Alma Francis Heyliger assails Governor Bryan's veto of several pieces of legislation she sponsored..

November 30, 2023
We find out what impact the road projects in Christiansted town had on the recent Jump Up event.

November 29, 2023
A class-action suit filed against the Virgin Islands Water and Power Authority and Seven Seas claims the entities failed to keep St. Croix water safe.

November 27, 2023
Joseph Greaux, wanted for attempted murder, turns himself in.

November 22, 2023
Virgin Islands Republican Chairman, Gordon Ackley, comments on recent discord in the party.

November 21, 2023
Lawmakers received updates from representatives from the Department of Education.

November 20, 2023
A man was killed over the weekend on St. Croix.

November 17, 2023
Representatives from Liberty VI address telecommunications issues.

November 16, 2023
During Tuesday's Legislative Session, lawmakers voted on several bills aimed at addressing water quality concerns facing some residents on St. Croix.

November 15, 2023
Yesterday, Attorney Henry Smock filed a motion to seal the verified petition for the divorce of Governor Albert Bryan, Jr. and First Lady Yolanda Bryan.

November 14, 2023
The University of the Virgin Islands held a groundbreaking ceremony for their School of Nursing building on St. Croix.

November 13, 2023
Territorial Epidemiologist, Dr. Ester Ellis, provides an update regarding the Department of Health Pediatric Lead Level Testing Initiative.

November 10, 2023
Senators vote to subpoena VIPD Commissioner, Ray Martinez, due to the lack of the department's attendance at yesterday’s Committee on Homeland Security, Justice, and Public Safety meeting.

November 8, 2023
St. Croix small business owners and residents gathered on Monday for a meeting at Government House to express growing frustrations over current road conditions in the town of Christiansted.

November 7, 2023
Virgin Islands Olympic silver medalist, Peter Holmberg, was inducted into the National Sailing Hall of Fame over the weekend.

November 6, 2023
Members of the Virgin Islands Palestinian community joined in protest across the country calling for a ceasefire in Gaza.

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