RICHMOND, Va. (WWBT) - Here’s a quick look at our top headlines to help get you out the door.
Mostly cloudy and cooler. A few showers in the late afternoon/evening with highs in the low 50s.
A shooting in Henrico’s West End sent one person to the hospital late Tuesday.
Police secured the scene and were not looking for any suspects.
Bernie Sanders narrowly wins the New Hampshire primary by the smallest margin in New Hampshire’s primary history.
Sanders’s results were 25.9% while Pete Buttigieg’s results being at 24.4%.
Andrew Yang drops out of the primary with just 2.8%.
A hostage situation in Hopewell came to an end Tuesday night two hours after a man holed himself up inside of a home with two children.
After two hours, the man finally came outside after sending out the children first. Officers could be seen picking up the children and taking them away to safety.
Local Virginia governments may soon have the power to remove Confederate monuments in their public spaces under legislation approved Tuesday by state lawmakers.
On Tuesday, largely along party lines, the Democrat-led House and Senate passed measures that would give cities and counties the autonomy to “remove, relocate, contextualize, cover or alter” the monuments in their public spaces.
A decision to remove a monument would require a 2/3 vote or could be sent to voters for a referendum.
Prince George Police said they are investigating after a woman was shot on Tuesday.
Police said the woman drove herself to Fire Station 7 around 5:45 p.m. after being shot in the head.
Officials said she is in stable condition and able to speak with authorities.
Seven Kroger locations across the Richmond area will have Valentine’s Day Express Tents outside stores leading up to the holiday.
The tents will be up from Wednesday, Feb. 12 through Friday, Feb. 14, offering a variety of floral items and arrangements, balloons, boxed candy and stuffed animals. On Wednesday and Thursday, the tents are open from 9 a.m.-7 p.m., and on Friday from 6 a.m.-8 p.m.
Rather have a dog as your valentine? Today is your day!
You can bring your pup or pose with one of the dogs at Richmond SPCA for a Valentine’s Day photoshoot from noon until 6 p.m.
There is a suggested donation of $10 to help support the homeless animals at the shelter. Cash, credit card and check donations will be accepted.
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