Virginia law enforcement agencies say fentanyl exposure is a concern

Rockingham County Sheriff Bryan Hutcheson says exposure to fentanyl is a concern, especially after one of their deputies was exposed last week.

  Passengers relive harrowing moments when bus overturned

“Human error” allowed man who shot officer to buy gun

2 arrested in Stafford after Ring camera captured package theft

Donations sought for Virginia dog found with 6-pound chain embedded in neck

Authorities find more than 100 dead cats in freezer at VA home

Chesterfield police search for man who burglarized ice cream shop

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  Video: Richmond police looking for stabbing suspect seen with large knife

  Felony case dropped by Chesterfield amid white nationalist investigation

Richmond SPCA annual Dog Jog set for March 23

  ‘Mama June’ was treated like any other suspect, AL sheriff says

Richmond Raceway will host first esports event

Patriots owner Robert Kraft offered a plea deal in prostitution case - with a catch

Picture of person with gun sent to Glen Allen H.S. students

Principal Reginald Davenport sent a message to parents saying the person in the picture was holding an Airsoft gun in the school’s parking lot.

Mother accused of allowing man to sexually assault 5-year-old for $400

Authorities arrested a 36-year-old Texas woman who has been accused of permitting a 62-year-old man to sexually assault her 5-year-old daughter for $400.

Northam vetoes bills requiring cooperation with federal immigration authorities

Senate Bill 1156 would have prohibited local laws from being passed that restricted officials from working with federal immigration authorities.

Wednesday is your last chance to see a full supermoon in 2019

The third and final supermoon of 2019 will take to the night sky beginning Tuesday, March 19.

Government offering $1K incentive for wild horse adoption

Trout, Angels close to record $432M, 12-year deal, AP source says

Another dead whale washes up in Outer Banks

Hawk rescued from grill of car in Charlottesville

McDonald’s is giving away a couch - just tweet them

  ‘Toy Story 4’ full trailer is out and teaching us about friendship all over again

Comment period set to close on permit for new natural gas power plant in Charles City

Only three people spoke at a hearing hosted by the Virginia Department of Environmental Quality March 5 on the granting of a “prevention of significant deterioration” permit for the planned Chickahominy Power Station.

Pedestrian fighting for life after being hit on Chesterfield road

Police say the driver remained on the scene in the incident in the 8100 block of Qualla Road.

ALDI to open new Chesterfield store

The new store is one of 2,500 new ALDI locations being built nationwide through 2022, part of a $3.4 billion expansion program.

  News to know for March 19: Deadly bus crash; fog delays school; tornado drill

Also, sources say a girlfriend confesses to setting deadly fire, Rep. Nunes sues Twitter in Henrico court and two school buses involved in crash.

  Virginia to conduct annual statewide tornado drill

The drill will start at approximately 9:45 a.m. Tuesday with a test tornado warning sent by the National Weather Service to National Oceanographic and Atmospheric Administration weather radios.

Richmond mayor, ex-mayor of New Orleans to discuss racism

Richmond Mayor Levar Stoney and former New Orleans Mayor Mitch Landrieu will discuss racism, the history and symbolism of Confederate monuments and other important issues during a joint appearance at the Virginia Museum of History and Culture.

Town halls to discuss budget proposal to begin in Richmond

The budget was introduced March 6 and includes increased spending for Richmond Public Schools as well as a proposed property tax increase and cigarette tax.

  Sources: Girlfriend confesses to setting Petersburg fire that killed boyfriend

Monday, police confirmed 59-year-old Richard Felder, Sr. died at the hospital after suffering severe burns.

  2 school buses, 50 students involved in crash in Prince George

Police said there were approximately 25 students on each bus and no injuries were reported on scene.

‘Seeking Sister Wife’ stars accused of stalking

A family member is accusing Paige and Bernie McGee — stars of the TLC show ‘Seeking Sister Wife’ — of stalking, according to Jasper County Sheriff Randy Johnson.

  Mom says she was ‘kicked out’ of AL ER for breastfeeding infant

An Athens mother is speaking out about an "embarrassing" visit to Huntsville Hospital. She says a security guard kicked her out of the waiting room and escorted her to a private space to breastfeed her 4-month-old baby. Hospital staff calls the encounter "a mistake."

  Machete-wielding clerk fends off knife-wielding suspect at AL gas station

A robbery turned into a knife fight, inside and outside a Huntsville gas station.

4 adults, 2 juveniles arrested in connection to Petersburg robbery

Four adults and two juveniles were arrested in connection to a robbery in Petersburg that happened on Monday.

  9-month-old revived with Narcan, Covington, KY police investigating

A police report says when they arrived, CPR was being administered and the child was given the opioid overdose reversal drug and taken to the hospital.

Hanover school unveils newly renovated auditorium

Patrick Henry High School in Hanover christened its newly renovated auditorium with a musical performance on Monday.

New cameras, license plate readers installed throughout Myrtle Beach

The Myrtle Beach Police Department now has eyes in over 900 areas of the city.

  Amid proposed city tax hikes, RPS funds $100K gala, $125K lobbyist position

The Richmond School Board announced a round of layoffs last month and cuts to areas including special education and attendance officers.

  Supreme Court hears arguments over district lines for House of Delegates

The fate of the next election and power in Virginia's House of Delegates is now in the hands of the U.S. Supreme Court.

  Residents fed up with garbage dumped behind homes

Residents in Chesterfield County worry that the garbage being dumped behind their homes could be hazardous.

DNA match from genealogy site leads to arrest in 1999 Alabama slayings

In April 2018, the nation tuned in to hear California law enforcement describe how they made an arrest in the infamous Golden State serial killer cold cases of the 1970s and 1980s. Among those watching was Ozark Police Chief Marlos Walker.

  Warner Bros. CEO Tsujihara steps down following allegations of sex scandal

As Warner Bros. chairman and chief executive officer at one of Hollywood's most powerful and prestigious studios, Tsujihara is one of the highest ranking executives to be felled by sexual misconduct allegations.

Alabama third grader wins award after growing colossal 30-pound cabbage

A student at Reeltown Elementary School is the Alabama winner of Bonnie Plant’s third grade cabbage program.

  Suspect in Henrico double-shooting who was captured in New York to be extradited

The women are the suspect’s daughter and niece, according to family members.

NC man accused of poaching Venus flytraps faces 73 felonies

A Brunswick County man is facing dozens of felony charges after he allegedly poached Venus flytraps, a vulnerable plant species found only in southeastern North Carolina.

Man dies after being severely burned in Petersburg house fire; 1 victim still hospitalized

Fire officials say the call for the blaze in the 800 block of Hampton Road came in at 1:39 a.m.

  Nurse arrested, charged with sex crimes including rape

Brown faces several charges including abduction with the intent to defile, forceable sexual penetration, sodomy and rape of a helpless person.

Garbage truck crashes into home

A garbage truck crashed into a home in Roanoke Monday morning.

Virginia man falls to death from cliff while checking safety clamp

A man who fell to his death from a cliff in Montgomery County was attempting to check that a clamp was secure, according to police.

Virginia firefighters to march 130 miles for muscular dystrophy awareness

Two Virginia firefighters are taking fundraising efforts for the Muscular Dystrophy Association on the road.

Firefighters rescue person through window of burning structure

Crews were able to get the fire under control.

  More evacuations in Midwest as floodwaters breach levees

Levees are breaking in Nebraska and Iowa - and it's not even the wet season when river levels are high.

12-year-old boy attacked by six dogs in Mississippi

A tragic story out of Winona Monday morning.

Henrico police arrest man suspected of child porn

The man was charged with filming a minor, possession of child pornography and production of child pornography.

Thrown pancake batter leads to battery charges for Florida man

An arrest report says Dwayne Zimmerman was drunk on Friday night when he went onto the porch of a home where the woman was making pancakes.

  Watching Your Wallet: Thousands of consumer complaints hidden in federal watchdog database

The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau provides information about financial institutions, including complaints. But NerdWallet and InvestigateTV have found examples of complaints that don't show up in the database.

Midlothian man missing after wife says he fell off a boat

Edwin Barnes's wife said he was examining the boat’s motor when he fell off the rear of the boat.

Richmond native, civil rights leader Dorothy Height to receive historical marker

The marker will be dedicated March 24, on what would have been Height’s 107th birthday.

Flying Squirrels to be Ardillas Voladoras for Friday games

The Flying Squirrels have 11 Friday home games this season and will wear special Spanish-language uniforms complete with a separate logo and color scheme.

Snake removed from Chesterfield home

Corn snakes are nonvenomous and typically eat mice.

Supreme Court to hear resentencing case for deadly DC sniper shootings

The appeals court judges said a resentencing would determine whether Malvo qualifies as "one of the rare juvenile offenders" who can be sentenced to life without the possibility of parole because his "crimes reflect permanent incorrigibility."

Richmond gas prices have risen 22 cents since last month

Richmond prices are increasing slightly more than the national average.

Virginia deputy exposed to fentanyl during stop

The suspect was charged with possession and manufacturing of a controlled substance for each substance found in the vehicle.

AMBER Alert canceled for 5-year-old Indiana girl

The AMBER Alert was canceled at 7:45 p.m. on March 16.

  1 person fighting for life, 3 officers sent to hospital in motel fire

The fire, which displaced 33 people, broke out just after 10:35 p.m. Sunday at a motel in the 2100 block of Indian Hill Road.

Chippenham Parkway reopens after 3 crashes

The scenes were cleared and the travel lanes were open by 7:30 a.m.

Supreme Court to hear Virginia’s racial gerrymandering claim

At issue are 11 maps drawn by the House of Delegates in 2011 that were challenged by registered voters in each district.

More lots of blood pressure medications recalled due to impurity

43 lots in total have been recalled.

  News to know for March 18: 33 displaced in fire; man dies in Petersburg shooting; chance of showers

Also, Chesterfield budget meetings continue, daily aspiring may not be needed and April the giraffe has a boy.

  Research shows lack of savings could lead to poverty by retirement

A lot of people now in their 30s or 4s0 will still barely be scraping by in what they’d hoped would be their “golden years.”

  Man dies in Petersburg after being found shot in front yard

Police were called to the scene just before 9:45 p.m. Sunday in the 1300 Wythe Street to find the man with gunshot wounds.

  VCU earns 8th seed in NCAA Tournament, heads to Columbia

VCU is the 8th seed in the East Region and will play Central Florida in Columbia, SC, on Friday.

  Memphis man says he was brutally beaten by security guard in case of mistaken identity

A Memphis man says it was a case of mistaken identity that led to him being brutally beaten and struck in the head with a gun by a security guard.

Another 43 lots of medication used to treat high blood pressure, congestive heart failure recalled

Legacy Pharmaceutical Packaging is voluntarily recalling 43 lots of medication used to treat high blood pressure and congestive heart failure. Do not stop taking the medication until you have a new treatment plan prepared by a doctor or pharmacist.

  Police remain vigilant over St. Patrick’s Day weekend

Police are asking for anyone with information in regards to the fight or the shooting that took place at East Main Street to contact Crime Stoppers at 780-1000.

Missing man last seen in February found

Hidalgo Villatoro was reported missing by family members after the last time they had seen him was in February.

Virginia county approves Amazon incentives despite protests

Protesters repeatedly shouted “shame” as a northern Virginia county board unanimously approved a $23 million incentives package for Amazon to build a new headquarters there.

Virginia man sentenced to 20 years on drug charges

Federal prosecutors say a Virginia man was sentenced to 20 years in prison for distributing cocaine.

Police: Windows broken at historic Virginia church

Police in Virginia are investigating a burglary and vandalism at a historic church.