Richmond

Woman fighting for life after apartment complex shooting

Police are investigating.

Richmond police looking for witnesses to rush hour shooting

Witnesses said two black men were seen fleeing the area on foot.

  Mayor Stoney urges residents to remain vigilant

Richmond Mayor Levar Stoney toured storm damage on Tuesday morning a day after severe weather spawned tornadoes.

Dock street to close for maintenance work

Maintenance work on natural gas lines will force Dock Street to close to close for 10 days starting Sept. 18.

Victim identified in Richmond shooting Monday

A man was pronounced dead at the scene of apparent gunshot wounds in the 1600 block of Mechanicsville Turnpike.

Suspects wanted in $75K credit card fraud with 200 victims

Richmond police believe two suspects seen on surveillance Sept. 6 at two Walmart stores are connected to Kroger incidents earlier in the year.

  Live updates: Tornado damage throughout Central Virginia

Tornadoes and severe storms ripped through parts of Central Virginia on Monday, leaving behind a trail of destruction.

Power restored to most residents after tornadoes

At one point, more than 16,000 were without power Monday night, according to Dominion.

  Students shelter in place for hours during tornado warnings

School systems all across the area had students sheltering in place Monday afternoon as tornado warnings went out across the Metro Richmond area.

  VIDEOS: Tornadoes rip through Central Virginia

NBC12 viewers have sent numerous videos and photos as tornadoes ripped through Central Virginia on Monday afternoon.

Richmond police ID couple killed in murder-suicide

Police were called to the scene at 2:25 a.m. Thursday to find the woman in the road in the 700 block of Northside Avenue.

Attempted robbery ends with early-morning stabbing

Police say it happened in the 3800 block of Broad Rock Road around 1:30 a.m. when someone attempted to break into the victim’s home.

  5 children recovering after being rescued from Richmond apartment fire

Crews were called around 4:07 p.m. to the 1600 block of Rosecrest Avenue.

  Atonement Mass held for Catholic church’s history of sexual abuse

The service was meant to be one step in addressing a big problem in the Catholic church - that of clergy sex abuse and leadership looking the other way.

  RACC seeking information on dog left in trash bag

The dog was found near Rock Church on Richmond’s south side in a garbage bag.

Downed tree knocks out power in Richmond, Henrico

Around 6,000 customers were without power beginning around 6 p.m. Friday.

Tim Kaine honors Matthew Shepard in ‘The Laramie Project’

Virginia Senator Tim Kaine and his wife, former Virginia Secretary of Education Anne Holton, participated in a special presentation of excerpts from ‘The Laramie Project.'

  Family who fled storm plans to return home sooner than expected

With only scattered showers hitting Richmond and Gov. Ralph Northam’s mandatory evacuation rescinded, a family in Richmond to ride out the storm is planning to return sooner than expected.

  Hotels in Richmond see influx of people escaping Florence

Hotels in the Richmond region are seeing an increasing number of guests escaping the wrath of Hurricane Florence.

‘Give a Day RVA’ brings community together for regional day of service

‘Give a Day RVA’ provides the Richmond community with volunteer opportunities and an opportunity to join forces to advance the Richmond region.

  Richmond Diocese plans Mass of Atonement to pray for abuse victims

Many people in the Catholic community are fed up and in disbelief after a grand jury report accused 300 priests in Pennsylvania of child abuse over the last 70 years.

  Richmond shelters open for hurricane evacuees

Dozens of people fleeing Hurricane Florence took advantage of hurricane shelters in Richmond on Thursday night and Friday morning.

  Richmond flights canceled because of Florence

Flights from Richmond to major airports such as Charlotte and Atlanta are already being grounded, according to airport officials.

VCU opens parking decks in preparation for Hurricane Florence

In preparation for Hurricane Florence, VCU will open the garages through Monday, Sept. 17 at 7 a.m.

  Flooding present ahead of Florence; clean your drains and ditches

Many homeowners across the Richmond area are concerned about flooding risks well before Hurricane Florence makes landfall; some are already dealing with flooding!

  Shelters set up around Richmond and state to help people escaping Hurricane Florence

Richmond shelters are being set up to help people trying to get out of Hurricane Florence's path.

  Dozens of medical evacuees are fleeing to Richmond to escape Hurricane Florence

The Richmond VA Medical Center received 58 patients from the Hampton Roads Facility all seeking help.

Richmond SPCA takes in 49 animals from other shelters

The animals will be available for adoption after receiving medical treatment and being spayed and neutered.

Church Hill store offers $2 ice cream cone inspired by hurricane

Church Hill store offers $2 ice cream cone inspired by Hurricane

Stormy Daniels postpones appearance at Richmond’s Papermoon

Stormy Daniels has made numerous headlines this year about her alleged affair with President Donald Trump.

  When a storm hits, make sure you understand insurance policies

Many want to know if it’s too late to sign up for flood insurance. The answer is yes.

  Hurricane Florence impacting Amtrak service

Amtrak is adjusting travel schedules due to safety reasons.

  Parents, children react to school cancellation

“We’re talking about the safety of our children so I think that they made the right call in deciding to go ahead and close," one mother said.

  Businesses in Shockoe Bottom prepare for Hurricane Florence impact

Businesses along Main Street aren’t taking the news of Hurricane Florence lightly.

  Richmond in best position since Gaston to withstand Florence

There’s a lot of speculation about whether Richmond’s floodwall will be closed when the city encounters the potential impacts of Hurricane Florence. The short answer - it’s not likely.

Red Cross calling for blood donations ahead of hurricane

All blood types are needed, especially type O.

Man suffers life-threatening injuries in Sunday shooting

Police have not released any information about a potential suspect and have not said what led to the shooting.

  Police identify man found shot to death on Richmond street

Police were called to the scene around 9:10 p.m. Saturday to find the man, who was pronounced dead at the scene.

  Richmond SPCA adoption fees waived through Sunday

Thanks to Richmond SPCA's Board of Directors, you can adopt a new furry friend for FREE Thursday through Sunday!

  Neighbors ‘fed up’ with crime in Blackwell neighborhood

Homeowners in Richmond's Blackwell neighborhood say they're fed up with the amount of crime in the area.

  Richmond bakery offers fresh treats, fresh start for employees

The workers, dressed in blue, aren't matching just because they work in the kitchen. They are also serving jail time.