Brunswick County Schools operating on two-hour delay due to fog

Brunswick County Public Schools announced the district will be operating on a two-hour delay due to dense fog in the county.

Elderly couple rescued by good Samaritans after car crashes into canal

Police say the couple were involved in a minor accident with two other cars, which sent them careening through a fence and into the canal.
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High schooler accused of faking kidnapping during Zoom class

The principal called the prank a “serious incident” and asked parents to talk with their children about “appropriate behavior” during virtual learning.

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As payouts begin, Virginia Employment Commission says money still left in Lost Wages Assistance program

Bone marrow drive being held for Richmond toddler with rare cancer

Northam, other leaders write letter calling for investigation into claims of racism at VMI

Virginia health system helping COVID patients spend final moments with family

Virginia lawmakers pass legislation to make Juneteenth a state holiday

Juneteenth has officially become a state holiday after lawmakers unanimously approved legislation during the Virginia General Assembly special session.
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  Deadline looms, but COVID relief deal may be far off

Republicans are reconvening the Senate this week to vote on a virus proposal, but it’s a bill that failed once before, and that Trump himself now derides as too puny.

Transmission line rupture in Petersburg causes water service disruptions

Cause of explosion at Miller Circle in Harrisonburg determined

Henrico schools release questionnaire results about second nine weeks ahead of virtual town hall

Juvenile hit, killed while walking in Richmond

  Goochland elementary students return to in-person learning

Judge delays decision in Robert E. Lee statue trial

Free COVID-19 community testing events scheduled in Richmond, Henrico

William & Mary reinstates 3 women’s sports to avoid lawsuit

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What you need to know about herd immunity

Up to this point, more than 200,000 people have died in the United States and not even 10% of the population has been infected.

SPORTS

William & Mary reinstates 3 women’s sports to avoid lawsuit

  Triplett brings social justice message to PGA Tour Champions with personal meaning

The PGA Tour Champions currently has no full-time Black players, but Kirk Triplett, who has been on the tour since 2012, has no problem speaking up when it comes to social justice movements. For Triplett, the phrase “Black Lives Matter” is personal.

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Police seek information after woman shot inside Richmond restaurant

Saturday is opioid take-back day | Here’s where you can safely dispose unused meds

Virginia man killed while driving riding lawnmower in road

  Food trucks moving to neighborhoods to stay afloat during pandemic

  Orionid meteor shower peaks early Wednesday morning

The Orionid Meteor Shower peaks the next several nights in the early morning sky.

  Question on Virginia ballot would change how we decide voter districts

Police recover missing Virginia woman’s body

22-year-old woman killed in Henrico crash

Northern Neck Ginger Ale to be discontinued

Locally-grown oysters offered at pop-up event in Richmond