On This Day in 1963: President John F. Kennedy is assassinated

To hear clips of news coverage from that day and to learn about Kennedy’s Virginia home, listen to NBC12′s “How We Got Here” podcast.

On This Day: A Thanksgiving tradition is changed

  News to Know for Nov. 22: Remembering a beloved pastor; Tommie license plates; rain returns

  ‘Best day ever’: #TeamTommie license plates available to pre-order

Missing woman last seen leaving VCU Medical Center

  ‘We lost our father, our brother, our friend’: Richmond pastor dies in crash

  How to ‘hack’ that holiday trip and save money

Continued Coverage

  Hanover County School Board to discuss possible resolutions to NAACP lawsuit

  Police: 4th armed robbery reported near VCU’s campus was false

  Dinwiddie County declares itself ‘Second Amendment Sanctuary’

  Cashing in on Charity: Donations meant to help sick children, wounded veterans, abused animals instead benefit for-profit fundraisers

Officers investigate shooting that injured man along Nine Mile Road

Louisa County Sheriff’s Office teams up with area animal shelter this winter

  Restaurants receive violations for undercooked chicken, raw food improperly stored

This week we're looking at three restaurants with some things that need fixing and one food truck with a flawless inspection.

  Moving company reconsiders woman’s claim after damaged furniture

Patricia Gordon claims “All My Sons Moving and Storage” held her belongings, hostage, until she paid a much higher price than her initial quote. She also says the crew damaged her belongings.

Artisanal Brewing Ventures acquires Bold Rock Cidery

Bold Rock Cidery will have new owners by the end of the year. The place and jobs should all stay in Nelson County.

US Marshals Service: Anyone harboring Brown faces criminal charges

Acting US Marshal Brad Sellers says anyone harboring murder suspect Michael Brown or any other fugitive could face criminal charges, in response to groups saying on social media they would protect him from capture.

  ‘A warrior’: Cancer survivor hopes more women get genetic tests

Man crashes into multiple vehicles, pedestrian fleeing traffic stop

  Families of murder victims urge Virginia lawmakers to abolish the death penalty

Deputies search for woman who allegedly stole wallet from purse in restroom

Police trying to identify person of interest connected to 3 burglaries in 24 hours

Troopers increasing patrols over the Thanksgiving holiday

  Meteor shower outburst possible Thursday evening

If the outburst happens as predicted, it would produce meteor rates of up to 400 meteors per hour

Police make arrest in robbery of Ashland bank

Anyone with information is asked to call police at 804-365-6140 or Crime Stoppers at 804-780-1000.

Police search for woman who tried using stolen credit card

Anyone with information is asked to call Crime Solvers at 804-784-0660.

FBI seeking information in 2017 woman’s murder

Anyone with information is asked to call Richmond Division of the FBI at 804-261-1044 or send an email to tips.FBI.gov, or the Middlesex County Sheriff’s Office at 804-758-5600.

2 arrested by Henrico’s VICE unit which tracks down online predators

The men asked for inappropriate pictures of girls, but they were talking to detectives.

Richmond Ambulance Authority, AAA team up to offer child safety seat checks

Two check stations will be set up on Nov. 25 and Nov. 26.

Ex-'American Idol’ contestant gets nearly 4 years in prison

Former ‘American Idol’ contestant Antonella Barba has been sentenced to nearly four years in prison for carrying nearly 2 pounds (0.9 kilograms) of fentanyl

RRHA awarded $500k to help non-elderly residents with disabilities

The award allows the Richmond Redevelopment and Housing Authority the ability to reward 60 vouchers to those who qualify.

Missing 38-year-old man found safe

The Chesterfield Police Department says a missing 38-year-old man last seen on Nov. 3 has been found safe.

What’s the average teacher salary in Virginia? Depends who does the math, lawmakers find

Lawmakers realized reaching a uniform average likely can’t be a one-size-fits-all approach.

Dominion Energy launches new app to report outages

The new app’s features will allow customers to report a power outage or electrical issue.

2 Central Va. schools win ‘Virginia is for Learners’ video contest

Out of 31 submissions, three winners were selected, with two of the winners being Goochland High School and Hanover County High School.

Survey: Average price of Thanksgiving meal in Virginia is $64.24

The Virginia Farm Bureau's survey found the average Thanksgiving meal for 10 people will cost $64.24.

Police identify man shot to death at Richmond mobile home park

No suspects have been named in the shooting on Jefferson Davis Highway.

  ‘I just wanted to help’: Young black dad raising three white sons

A Richmond area father is sharing his story to encourage others to start the adoption journey.

Tractor-trailer, 2 other vehicles involved in crash in King William County

State police say a tractor-trailer truck and two sedans collided at Route 30 and Route 360.

Salad products sold at Giant Eagle, Walmart and other stores recalled for possible E.coli contamination

A New Jersey company is recalling about 97,271 pounds of salad products sold at Giant Eagle, Walmart, Target and other stores throughout Ohio because they may be contaminated with E. coli, according to the U.S. Department of Agriculture’s Food Safety and Inspection Service (FSIS).

  News to Know for Nov. 21: Convenience store robbed; popular snack recalled; one more sunny day

Also, video captures armed robbery at cafe, 'Hamilton' stars visit school and rifle found during search for murder suspect.

Rifle found during search for Va. murder suspect

There are no new confirmed sightings of Michael Brown, who is accused of killing his mother’s boyfriend in Franklin County on Nov. 9.

2 men wanted for robbing Chesterfield convenience store

Police say the two people approached the cashier at a Fast Mart and placed an item in their back while demanding money.

  ‘Weird’ text from unknown number alarms mother of 14-year-old girl

“It really scares me. It really does.”

  Renovations providing ‘hope’ for public housing

Officials in Henrico County are celebrating the completion of $5 million in renovations to Hope Village Apartments with a ribbon-cutting ceremony.

Don’t feed pets these Thanksgiving foods

Some dishes may be tasty for humans, but not healthy for pets

  Doctors urge people to quit vaping during Great American Smokeout

According to the latest reports from the Centers of Disease Control, the number of Americans who smoke is at an all-time low at 14%.

  VIDEO: Police looking for suspects in armed robbery of Richmond cafe

The suspects demanded money, wallets, and cell phones while carrying a handgun at Hill Cafe on East Broad Street.

Photo showing BB gun at Henrico school sparks social media scare

Henrico County Public School officials say there is no threat after a social media post circulated showing a student holstering a “suspicious item.”

Truck overturns, closes exit ramp of Powhite Parkway in Chesterfield

A crash in Chesterfield County closed an exit ramp of Powhite Parkway Wednesday evening.

Hunter Biden: You are the father, court records allege

DNA testing has established with scientific certainty that Hunter Biden is the father of a child born to an Independence County woman, according to court records filed Wednesday in Independence County Circuit Court.

Man found not guilty of sexually abusing child; awaits trial for second accusation

A Richmond man accused of sexually abusing two children under the age of 13 at a Henrico daycare has been found not guilty in one of the cases.

Man arrested after 7 human trafficking victims found in vehicle in NC being held on $1 million bond

According to the North Carolina Highway Patrol, the incident happened during a traffic stop on I-85 near Mile Marker 8 when troopers pulled over a gray Toyota Sequoia.

Pedestrian injured in Hull Street hit-and-run crash

Chesterfield police are investigating a hit-and-run crash that injured a pedestrian.

Jussie Smollett sues Chicago for malicious prosecution

Former “Empire” actor Jussie Smollett is suing Chicago for malicious prosecution and says the city should not seek payment from him to cover the cost of the investigation into his claim that he was a victim of a racist and homophobic attack because it accepted his $10,000 bail “as payment in full.”

  Richmond woman says her dog was killed by coyote

"Just because you live in an urban area or a city, don’t assume that wildlife can’t attack your animal.”

  'Hamilton’ actors visit Henrico High School

Students at the Henrico High School Center for the Arts we're in for the treat of a lifetime as cast members from "Hamilton"meet with students and even show them a dance sequence form the hit play.

  Henrico police: Cashier assaulted at McDonald’s after bill dispute

The pair got out of their vehicle, police said, assaulted the cashier and then fled the scene in a dark gray Toyota Camry.

  ‘This doesn’t give me the right to victimize anyone’: Suspect returns stolen clarinet with apology note

After RPD shared the surveillance video on social media, the store’s manager found a delivery two days later. A bag containing the stolen items, and an apology note, was left outside the music shop.

Stay in Japanese hotel for just $1 a night, but people get to watch you sleep

The Asahi Ryokan hotel is offering one of its rooms for just $1 per night to guests willing to be live-streamed during their stay.

  Family grateful for Henrico teacher’s life-changing work with daughter with autism

One family is thanking a Henrico County special education teacher for the life-changing work she has done with their daughter.

  A bond over history leads to an adoption for Va. teen

Nearly 1,000 children are in the foster care system in Virginia and with National Adoption Month fully underway a local non-profit hopes to raise awareness to this opportunity.

Hanover County launches ride program for senior citizens, disabled residents

The program will be offered to Hanover residents who are disabled and/or 60 years of age or older starting Dec. 12.

  ‘We need the public to back off’: Animal control says well-intentioned people are making it difficult to catch stray dog

Animal control officers are asking people to stop feeding a dog that's been on the loose for months.

  Dominion’s ‘Coffee for a Cause’ connects professionals of all abilities

The hour-long morning blend of Dominion workers and Faison center attendees has become the perfect opportunity to strengthen communication skills.

Virginia supervisors designate county as gun sanctuary

A board of supervisors in Virginia has voted to designate its county as a Second Amendment sanctuary

Man wanted in NYC homicide known to visit Richmond

NYPD says Dane Richardson, 36, shot and killed a 19-year-old man on Nov. 17.

Driver ejected from vehicle, seriously injured after pursuit ends in crash

The Stafford County Sheriff’s Office says a lieutenant saw a vehicle traveling on the wrong side of the road just after 7 a.m. Wednesday.

Portion of Monument Avenue closed on Thursday

The area will be closed from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. to allow a crane to replace the HVAC unit at 3123 Monument Ave.

Emilia Clarke talks about pressure to appear nude after ‘Game of Thrones’

Emilia Clarke, who rose to fame as Daenerys Targaryen in "Game of Thrones," says the show’s legacy is coloring expectations of her in new roles.

Virginia election officials recommend 45 days of early voting

In the 2019 legislative session, lawmakers passed a bill allowing no-excuse absentee voting starting the week before the 2020 elections.

  Group honors transgender teen missing, presumed dead in Va. for 7 years

Dashad ‘Sage’ Smith, 19, has been presumed dead since he was last seen near the Charlottesville Amtrak station around 6:30 p.m. on Nov. 20, 2012.

New acts rule Grammys as Lizzo, Lil Nas X, Eilish lead in noms

Overall, female acts out-performed their male counterparts in the top four categories.

Virginia psychiatric hospitals run short on open beds

Data from health officials say Virginia’s psychiatric hospitals have been operating at 90% capacity or higher for the past three years.

  News to Know for Nov. 20: 1 injured in stabbing; death investigation at mobile home park; ‘Hamilton’ arrives

Here's a look at the top headlines to kick off your day.

Investigation underway after man stabbed in Henrico

Police say the incident happened at 2:10 a.m. Wednesday in the 5200 block of Brook Road.

Henrico County Public Schools opens vote on 2020-21 calendar options

One version has a shorter winter break, but six student holidays during the year; another version has two weeks of winter break with four student holidays.

  How to spot a good deal while shopping

This time of year, especially, retailers pull out all the stops to try to get your business and beat the competition.

Hanover County Public Schools seeks input on 2020-21 calendar

Comments or questions can be submitted by email by Wednesday, Dec. 4.

RACC looking for fosters for Thanksgiving

Richmond Animal Care and Control doesn’t want anyone to spend Thanksgiving alone, including their shelter pets.

Man suffers serious injuries in Richmond shooting

A man is fighting for his life after being shot in Richmond’s south side.