Imelda leaves 2 dead in Texas, others stranded and trapped

The slow-churning remnants of Tropical Storm Imelda flooded parts of Texas, left at least two people dead and forced rescue crews with boats to scramble to reach stranded drivers and families.
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  Florida raccoon takes 16-mile ride on top of bread truck

A raccoon in southwest Florida went for a wild ride this week on top of a Wonder Bread delivery truck.


4 injured in three-vehicle crash on I-64

Tickets on sale for Bob Dylan concert at VSU

  Heavy traffic expected for NASCAR races

  VDOT plans weekend lane closures of I-95N near Fredericksburg

Tractor-trailer hauling liquid soap overturns at Chippenham, Route 1

The Virginia Department of Transportation says crews will repave the ramps Friday morning "for motorist safety" after the crash "permeated the pavement, causing slick driving conditions."
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2 killed, 7 injured in pair of Washington DC shootings

Nine people were shot Thursday night in two separate incidents in the nation’s capital, one of whom died.

  News to Know for Sept. 20: 9 shot in D.C.; I-95N to shut down; chilly start

  Firearms expert says Colt’s decision to suspend production of AR-15 is about money

  Brother reacts to officer-involved shooting death of sister

Drought conditions build over Virginia

  ‘Like Fast and Furious’: Woman swerves onto sidewalk to avoid fleeing robbery suspect

  Police: Woman killed by officers was threatening them with ax

21-year-old woman killed in crash; man airlifted

  1 killed in crash after bank robbery suspect leads police on chase

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Fla. teen survives anchor getting lodged in his head

Doctors call the recovery "one in a million."


NBC12/ RVA Sports Network Big 12- Week of September 16

Several upsets this past Friday night caused a shake-up in this week’s Big 12 poll. Highland Springs remains atop the rankings, while a newcomer enters the list.


  For restaurants, keeping food temps out of ‘danger zone’ can be a challenge

  Henrico Co. buys Wilton Farm property for $10 million

Walgreens, Google affiliate to test drone deliveries

Shelter advises against glue traps as baby snake season arrives

Kings Dominion Halloween Haunt returns for another terrifying season

Halloween Haunt returns for its 19th frightful season on Saturday, September 21, 2019 with four new gruesome experiences. In total, those who dare can brave seven mazes, six scare zones and a variety of live shows during Halloween Haunt with more than 400 monsters roaming the midways.
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Study: Drinking tap water may pose risk for cancer

You might want to think twice about filling your glass from the sink because a new report indicates there may be cancer-causing products in tap water.

2 students injured after tractor-trailer truck hits Chesterfield bus

Pharmaceutical company bringing 200 jobs to Henrico

Man wanted for stealing electronic items from multiple Walmart stores

Dominion Energy plans 220 turbine offshore wind project


  Hurricane Jerry forecast to stay east of U.S.

Humberto upgraded to hurricane strength