Henrico police looking for suspect in carjacking at gunpoint

Images of the suspect and the stolen vehicle were captured by surveillance cameras.

Trump endorses Dave Brat in Virginia’s 7th District race

In a tweet Thursday morning, Trump called Brat one of the “hardest working” and “smartest” people in Washington.

Parents ride with 5-month-old baby on moped while traveling on the highway

Athena Colon, 24, of Spotsylvania, and Cane Hartwick, Jr., 26, of Spotsylvania, were each charged with two counts of felony child neglect.

Charlottesville organizers messaged about ‘raising an army’ and ‘the cracking of skulls’

While plenty of communications have surfaced about the violent intentions of the participants in the white nationalist rally in Charlottesville, the event’s organizers have steadfastly maintained that their aims were peaceful.

Mom: Fights are out of hand at Highland Springs High School

The mom says her daughter was repeatedly punched, kicked and struck as onlookers watched and even recorded cell-phone video.

Virginia students surpass national average on ACT

Virginia public schools' graduating seniors earned a percentage amount of 22 or more points higher in each content area than that of public school graduates nationwide.

Thousands of 8th graders learn about future careers at Mission Tomorrow

Nearly 150 area businesses set up hands-on booths for students on Thursday and Friday to visit and learn more about their industries and types of jobs available.

50 turtles seized from fast-food parking lot quickly adopted

The Richmond Animal Care and Control has 50 turtles up for adoption after they were seized from a Burger King parking lot.

Wawa opens new Boulevard store

Wawa opened its newest location on Thursday at 3100 N. Boulevard, which included a hoagie-building competition between police, deputies and firefighters.

Man charged with murder following alley shooting death in Richmond

Police have arrested and charged a man with murder after a September shooting death.

Equipment valued at $5K stolen from Richmond Boy Scout troop

The stolen equipment is marked with the troop’s number.

$970 million! Mega Millions jackpot inching toward $1B

The next drawing is Friday night.

Bomb squad responds after old ordnance found

No one was evacuated, and the devices were determined to be inert.

RPD makes cold case arrests in juvenile rape, assault cases

Richmond police has made two arrests in years-old crimes with help from the U.S. Marshals’ Fugitive Task Force.

Hundreds remember firefighter Lt. Brad Clark

Flags have been lowered to half-staff in Clark’s honor and officials from across the state will gather to honor his life and sacrifice.

Missing Danville woman located

Joni Webster, 64, is believed to be in danger after being last seen Wednesday afternoon.

23-year-old arrested after shooting in Petersburg

Police were called to the 500 block of West Washington Street.

Wake-up Roundup - Oct. 18

As the week winds down, so do the temperatures.

Missing Henrico man located safe

James Allen Sims is described as 6’3” tall weighing about 170 pounds with gray hair and gray/green eyes.

VDOT reminding drivers to be alert during deer season

Deer Season is upon us and that means we have to be more alert when driving especially during dusk and dawn.

“We have a problem and solution:” Non-profit fights opioid crisis through recovery

With opioid overdoses slightly up from last year in Chesterfield, New Life for Youth, also known as the New Life Center says we need a "wake up call."

  VSU community unites to pay tribute to student killed in weekend crash

It was an emotional gathering in honor of a first-year college student who died in a tragic car crash Sunday.

Charles City Sheriff’s Office creates ‘Safe Exchange Zone’ for online purchasing

The area will be under video surveillance 24/7.

First responders from across the country travel to honor Lt. Brad Clark

As hundreds of mourners come together to honor the life and legacy of Lt. Brad Clark, his fellow brothers and sisters in law enforcement say they are here to support the family and honor a hero.

Students take part in Challenger Day

Students take part in Challenger Day

Domestic assault suspect arrested after wife found bruised, bloodied

Deputies in Stafford County arrested a domestic assault suspect after his wife was found bruised and bloodied.

Deputies investigating after bullet goes into home

No one was injured in the home.

Lottery being held National Christmas Tree Lighting at White House

The ceremony is set for November 28.

Promoting inclusivity in the workplace for Disability Employment Awareness Month

According to the Department of Labor, in the United States, the unemployment rate for people with disabilities was 9.2 percent in 2017, that’s more than twice that of those with no disabilities.

Risk of striking a deer rises as mating season begins

November is the month that drivers are most likely to strike a deer.

Beloved retired fire marshal in Richmond dies of cancer

David Creasy dedicated 50 years of his life to firefighting and earlier this year had advocated for a General Assembly bill to expand Virginia worker’s compensation for firefighters battling cancer.

Virginia high school student contracts tuberculosis; health officials looking for other exposures

Health officials are working to determine if any other students were exposed after an Orange County High School student contracted tuberculosis.

Doctors, insurers almost reach an agreement on balance-billing solutions, but not quite

Under threats from lawmakers, who promised they would solve surprise balance billing themselves if hospitals and health plans couldn’t agree, a working group representing different sides of the debate has met all summer to find a mutually agreeable fix.

Giant sections of the Mountain Valley Pipeline washed onto an opponent’s land. Can he keep them?

Dale Angle has something the developers of the Mountain Valley Pipeline want: two 80-foot sections of their pipe that washed onto his Franklin County farm

Vice President Mike Pence to attend McAdams campaign event in Richmond

Vice President Mike Pence is expected to attend 4th Congressional Republican candidate Ryan McAdams’ campaign event in Richmond on Saturday.

State courts tweak eviction notices to get ‘eviction’ in the title

Until now, the notices used by the courts and posted on tenants’ doors haven’t actually include the word “eviction” in the header

Rocket Lab to build first U.S. launch center in Virginia

Construction on the new launch site will begin immediately with the first launch targeted for summer of 2019.

Virginia to launch 400th anniversary celebration

A year-long commemoration campaign called “American Evolution” recognizes events from 1619 that shaped Virginia and helped build what later became the United States.

Child grazed by bullet in early morning shooting

The child was inside a home at the time and was taken to the hospital with a non-life-threatening injury.

Wake-up Roundup - Oct. 17

Sorry, but you didn’t win the Mega Millions jackpot. But neither did anyone else, so it’s still up for grabs.

Petersburg schools letting parents eat lunch with students

It is part of National School Lunch Week, and will be offered at five schools throughout the city.