Should ABC Agents should be allowed to drink at work? They can sample alcohol and even have up to two full drinks every four hours as part of their job, but sometimes even they don't know their limits.
Tonight at 11, On Your Side investigator Rachel DePompa NBC 12 investigates an accident where an on-duty ABC Agent who was intoxicated hit another driver.
A car crash left a woman with thousands in medical bills. Now, she's fighting the insurance company to get them to pay up because of Virginia's same-sex marriage laws.
Click here for the On Your Side Investigators report: http://bit.ly/1fX5UZT
Should a sexual assault victim be told she is too young to testify?
That's what one Richmond family says happened to their 3 year old daughter. Tonight at 11pm Laura Geller sits down with the family to discuss why they say the legal system has failed them. And why the alleged attacker might not be prosecuted.
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Bullying has become a hot button issues in schools nationwide, as more and more students are coming forward claiming they've been pushed to the edge by taunting and physical threats.
Hear from Chesterfield children and their parents about the effects of bullying and what they're doing to fight back.
Click here for Sarah Bloom's investigation: http://bit.ly/18JFsh8
SPECIAL REPORT: Deadly dog virus
A new, mysterious virus capable of killing dogs within a few short days of infection is spreading.
Some of the worst cases of the strange illness could cause a dog to bleed to their death. So far, experts aren't sure how the virus is being spread.
Curt Autry investigates what animal lovers need to do to keep pets safe and how local vets are gearing up for the threat.
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Do you remember the Golden Years Killer?
In the late 1990s he preyed on elderly women and homeless men in Richmond. Some of the victims he even "cleansed" in a bathtub with bleach.
But now, allegations of a cover-up from a former Richmond detective are coming out.
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Now a second former detective is backing up his claim.
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SPECIAL REPORT: Dangerous Trailers
Lives are being lost nationwide in preventable accidents.
Loose trailers being towed improperly behind vehicles are responsible for thousands of deaths over the years. How are Virginia laws keeping you safe and can more be done? What do you need to know when you are hitching your trailer or towing anything down the road.
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SPECIAL REPORT: Pistol Packing Moms
The number of women carrying guns is reaching record highs nationwide.
Nearly one in four woman in the United States are packing heat, an increase of 77 percent in just a few years. Why are so many moms carrying firearms? Rachel DePompa talks to Central Virginia women to see what's motivating them to learn to fire a weapon.
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A former Virginia priest is accused of performing a private exorcism on a naked woman by lying on top of her and blowing the Holy Spirit into her.
It's just one of three exorcisms performed in Virginia that went horribly wrong. One ends in scandal, another in a multi-million dollar lawsuit and the third in death.
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