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FBI offers $10,000 reward for information in 2016 Richmond murder

Logging truck crash closes northbound I-85 lanes

Richmond man arrested for massage sexual assault, conducting massages without license

Video shows man walking with woman who was found dead in alley

141 drivers pulled over along Chippenham Parkway in one day

News to know Dec. 14: Flood watch in effect; bikes help prisoners return to society; 2 killed in shooting that locked down schools

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Going away for the holidays? Richmond police will watch your house

Organization gives bikes to people re-entering society

Police investigating bomb threats across Central Virginia

Police investigating shooting in Richmond’s south side

‘He would have killed my daughter’: Triple-stabbing victims open up on violent attack, officers opening fire on knife-wielding ex-boyfriend

RPS seniors can now apply to HBCUs for free

  Closings and delays for Dec. 14

Full list of closings from a winter storm impacting Central Virginia.

Police horse Rio to retire after 12 years with RPD

Rio will be retiring to a farm in Chesterfield County.

  News to know Dec. 13: Keeping pets safe, cars clean in snow; teachers go viral for funding; rain arrives Friday

It’s still cold, but not as cold. We’re going to see some warmer temps soon along with some rain.

Snowy weather means a few extra hazards for pets

Dogs handle cold weather differently than humans, so pay attention to their attitude and watch for whining or weakness.

  Some neighborhood roads still have snowy spots, ice days after storm

Governor Northam’s proposed budget could be good news for RPS

Mechanics stress washing under your car once snow melts

Sex offenders find ways to ‘skirt’ Facebook’s ban

Water main break closes buildings at VCU

Tobacco Company restaurant finally reopens

VIRAL VIDEO: Teachers tell lawmakers to stop saying ‘won’t fund you’

Virginia Educators United is organizing a #RedforEd march from Monroe Park to the Virginia State Capitol on Jan. 28 at 11 a.m.

Water leaks close Henrico roads

The Department of Public Utilities said repairs will take several hours and traffic is expected to return to normal by midnight.

Richmond plowing status: Main roads cleared, side roads still in progress

Crews are now focusing on side roads, with more than 30 percent cleared.

News to Know for Dec. 12: Tennessee earthquake; water leak closes Henrico roads; why schools decide to close

Hump Day comes with some still-slick roads, but all of the major travel lanes should be clear, but watch out for slick spots.

Renters speak out demanding a fix for Richmond’s housing crisis

Housing advocates want to know what it will take to bring quality, affordable housing to the Richmond area and help make sure renters aren’t forced out.

Louisa officials suspect methane gas cause of water contamination

A state of emergency has been lifted for the town of Louisa, after a water scare that spanned two days. The water is safe to drink again, as long as residents and business owners flush their pipes thoroughly.

Governor proposes pay boost for teachers

The governor outlined parts of his upcoming state budget proposal Tuesday that would increase funding for K-12 education and shore up the state's rainy day fund.

Angel Tree families grateful for community’s generosity

About 5,000 children will receive gifts as part of the Salvation Army's Angel Tree program.

University of Richmond mourns death of freshman football player

The University of Richmond is mourning the death of redshirt freshman football player Augustus “Gus” Lee.

Stafford man cited after loaded gun found at Richmond airport

This is the 14th firearm to be discovered at RIC this year.

Winter wonderland: Snowy scenes of Richmond from above

A foot of snow in Richmond may be a pain for some drivers, but it sure it a gorgeous site.

Truck slides into median late Monday night

Road conditions may have been factor in the accident.

News to know for Dec. 11: Icy roads; two major recalls; gas station tank leaking

Be careful if you venture out today and take the opportunity to clear out your driveway so it’s ready when you are.

Richmond trash pick-up delayed by a day

Pick-up crews will work Friday and Saturday to collect anything that was missed from earlier in the week.

VDOT warns of black ice as temperatures drop below freezing overnight

VDOT and state police are discouraging all unnecessary travel as we get through this storm.

Police investigating after man shows up at hospital with gunshot wound

Richmond police are investigating after a man showed up at a hospital after being shot in the leg.

Planes, trains, buses see major impact from winter storm; more than 100 flights canceled at RIC

There have been over 100 canceled flights Sunday.

Snow plow services work hard to clear parking lots, businesses

As much of the area continues to thaw and dig out from under the snow, private companies are stepping up, plowing business and apartment parking lots.

Crews to begin work on Richmond’s slushy side-streets

Richmond public works crews have cleared off primary roads within the city limits and will now focus on secondary roads in residential neighborhoods following Sunday’s snowstorm.

GRTC continues to limit service due to snow

The snow routes will be in place for the rest of Sunday.

Former delegate Morrissey faces assault charge

Morrissey is a former state delegate and Richmond mayoral candidate who lost his state law license earlier this year after a panel said he “violated professional rules regarding misconduct.”

Snowy roads cause hundreds of crashes; 4 state troopers struck

Crews are working around the clock to clear and treat roadways after nearly a foot of snow fell across Central Virginia on Sunday.

Salvation Army closed Monday; distribution schedule delayed

The Salvation Army Christmas Distribution for Monday, Dec. 10 will now open at 1 p.m. due to inclement weather.

News to know Dec. 10: Chill. Now Netflix; snowy conditions continue on roads; VSP troopers injured

Here’s a look at all of the snow-related news following Sunday’s winter storm.

Panel to take closely watched vote on pipeline station

A Virginia air pollution panel is set to take a vote Monday on a key permit for a major natural gas pipeline.

Family concerned about son last seen in October

Family members are concerned about their son who they say has been missing since October.

VCU rescinds Bill Cosby’s honorary doctoral degree

According to the university, Cosby’s actions are antithetical to the standards of conduct expected from every member of the VCU community.

RPD Chief plans to have 100 percent of officers CIT-certified

The training, taught in collaboration with the Richmond Behavioral Authority, shows officers how to deal with people in crisis.

Altria buys stake in Canadian marijuana company for $2.4B

Altria, which makes Marlboro cigarettes, is taking a 45 percent stake in the Toronto company.

RVA youth team to compete in Snoop Dogg football program

It's a once in a life time opportunity, but opportunities this rare don't come cheap that's why a local football team is trying to raise funds to make the cross country trip to compete in national football competition.

News to know Dec. 7: Fields trial deliberation; Hull Street double shooting; when snow arrives

We’re ending the work week looking ahead to the first significant snowfall of the winter and what it means for the start to next week.

Richmond Police investigating double shooting

Detectives and forensics are currently on scene collecting evidence and locating witnesses.

Richmond Police seek persons responsible for car damage

The group caused over $5,000 worth of damage to the car.

Police ID triple stabbing suspect, officers who fatally shot him during attack on ex-girlfriend

A shooting involving a police officer was reported Wednesday morning at the corner of Cary Street and Meadow Avenue.

Weather-related crash briefly closes I-95 near James River

A vehicle slipped on ice in the roadway, prompting the closure around 6 a.m.

News to know Dec. 5: George H.W. Bush funeral; children’s medicine recall; police shoot, kill stabbing suspect

The final funeral ceremony for President George H.W. Bush will be held today as he is laid to rest at his presidential library on the campus of Texas A&M University.

Richmond police officer provides socks for boy who escaped house fire

Fortunately, the boy’s family escaped the fire safely but they were displaced from their home.

36-hour Radiothon to benefit Children’s Hospital of Richmond

Listeners are encouraged to call 804-228-KIDS Wednesday and Thursday to make donations.

  Woody and Nelsen Funeral Homes allow residents to offer condolences to Bush family

The condolences and notes will be forwarded directly to the Bush family.

News to know for Dec. 5: Bush funeral; pet cemetery vandalized; snow flurries in RVA

Today is a national day of mourning for President George H.W. Bush.

2 military veteran families given free vehicles for holidays

Christmas came early for two Virginia military families who are receiving the gift of transportation.

Local blacksmith featured on Discovery Channel series 'Master of Arms’

Local blacksmith featured on Discovery channel series 'Master of Arms’

Richmond fire under investigation; no injuries

Crews were called to the scene around 8 p.m. on Bramwell Road.

Attorney General holds round table discussion on hate crimes, white supemacist violence

Attorney General Mark Herring continues to hold a series of round table discussions across The Commonwealth focused on proposed legislation to combat hate crimes and white supremacist violence.

4 memorials recommended for human remains found by VCU

The remains were found in an abandoned 19th century well while work was being done on the Hermes A. Kontos Medical Services Building in the 1990s.

News to know Dec. 4: Bush lies in state; raw beef recall; cookie giveaway

A public viewing for former President George H.W. Bush is underway in Washington, DC.

Unwrapped gifts among things to know for holiday air travel

If you are flying this holiday season, there are some things to keep in mind to make your trip as smooth as possible.

Police: 17-year-old found shot to death between apartment buildings

Two hours earlier, officers located a 17-year-old male suffering from a graze wound in the same area.

Franklin Street interchange project to begin, traffic delays expected

New traffic signals and pedestrian crossings will also be added.

VCU testing upgraded siren system Wednesday

The test will happen at noon on Wednesday, Dec. 5.

Bell ringer goes the extra mile by singing Christmas carols

Bell Ringer goes the extra mile by singing Christmas carols

Police seek suspect in drug store armed robbery

The incident ended peacefully with no reported injuries.

1 injured in shooting on Chamberlayne Avenue

Richmond police responded to the 2700 block of Chamberlayne Avenue on Monday morning and a victim was found in the 800 block of West Cary Street.

News to know Dec. 3: Honoring a president; juvenile killed; arson suspect arrested

Tributes and condolences are pouring in to celebrate the life of President George H.W. Bush. We’ve got the details on funeral plans to remembrances.

Richmond home fire displaces 9 people

The Virginia Red Cross is currently assisting the family.

The legacy of President Bush extends across the Commonwealth

As the world remembers the life of President George H.W. Bush, his legacy in the Commonwealth becomes apparent.

’RVA on Ice’ attraction revealed at 17th Street Farmers Market ribbon cutting

It took nearly two years but the 17th Street Farmer’s Market is finally back open for business.

Free HIV testing at The Valentine

The testing event will be held from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m.