RICHMOND, VA (WWBT) - The week is just taking off! As you leave your house this morning, don’t forget a jacket!
Tuesday’s weather will be cool, and partly sunny. High temperatures will reach the mid to upper 60s.
High temperatures are set to return this weekend, with highs reaching the upper 80s.
A family is safe after a porch fire was put out early Tuesday morning on Haden Avenue.
Fire officials say wood that was stored on the porch caught fire. There were no reported injuries, and the family was not displaced.
The Henrico Department of Public Works and VDOT are planning to analyze pedestrian and biker safety on Parham and Hungary Roads.
The resolution, which will be voted on today, will authorize the county to enter an agreement with VDOT to prepare a study for improvements.
The Richmond City Council has passed the city’s $746 million budget for 2020.
Mayor Levar Stoney praised the Council’s decision in a statement:
“I applaud city council for its vote tonight to fully fund our proposed investments in schools and neighborhoods, and for preserving our increased funding priorities for affordable housing, transit access and eviction diversion."
Governor Northam will formally sign a bill that will ban tobacco and e-cigarette products in schools today.
The new law will take effect July 1.
Richmond police are searching for 18-year-old Timon A. Ward, of North Chesterfield.
Ward is wanted for conspiracy to commit murder and conspiracy to commit robbery.
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