RICHMOND, Va. (AP) _ The Virginia Cyber Security Commission has scheduled a series of “town halls” around the state to explain its work and to hear from the public. The commission held its first meeting Tuesday at Virginia Tech in Blacksburg. Four more meetings are scheduled through June. Each meeting will feature speakers and panel presentations, as well as the opportunity for question-and-answer sessions with commission members. The discussions will cover federal and state programs, cyber education and cybercrime. The dates and locations of future meetings are: March 23, New College, Martinsville, April 24, James Madison University, Harrisonburg, May 19, University of Virginia, Charlottesville, June 9, Norfolk State University.