Man out on bond charged with violating protective order

The man was charged with with rape, violating a protective order, attempted murder, burglary with intent to commit a felony and abduction.

Body of missing boater found in James River

2 injured in crash at Hull Street, Chippenham Parkway

Next year, Virginia’s $100M bridge to nowhere will finally connect to a road

Missing Florida girl seen in Henrico

KY man finds unlicensed bears behind wheel of car

Louisiana’s Laine Hardy crowned next ‘American Idol’

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Driver charged after striking Richmond police vehicle

Broad Street reopens near Route 288 after crash downed Verizon lines

  ‘Game of Thrones': Water bottles join coffee cup in guest-starring roles

No injuries reported when school bus with students on board crashes

Richmond the No. 16 city in the country for mosquitoes

‘Feels like yesterday’: Va. boy struck by lightning in 2009 sets sights on new path

Missing 77-year-old woman found safe

Shirley Coleman was last seen around 5:30 p.m. May 19 in the area of Idlebrook Drive.

2 wanted in theft of Gucci shades at Sunglass Hut

While one of the men was talking with a sales clerk, the other concealed a pair of Gucci sunglasses.

Va. community continues to learn lessons from Hurricane Camille

The powerful storm killed more than 120 people in Nelson County 50 years ago this summer.

Chesterfield nurse wins PETA’s ‘Sexiest Vegan Next Door’ contest

Jasmine Nakasone, who beat out hundreds of contestants, is now one of 20 finalists.

Marco’s pizza to hold job fair May 21

Snapchat predator allegedly blackmailing teens for nude photos

  4 easy steps to see radar more clearly on the NBC12 Weather App

  News to know for May 20: Heat continues; Va. abortion laws challenged; car slams into power pole

Man injured in overnight shooting in Richmond

  Richmond firefighters battle blaze at convenience store

Car slams into power pole knocking out power to Chesterfield neighborhood

Dominion Energy crews worked overnight to restore power to the neighborhood, which is near Bensley Elementary School.

  Here’s what happened this week to make you smile

Happy Sunday!

  ‘She’ll always be with me’: Mother remembers toddler who died after reported sexual assault

One mother had to do the unthinkable Sunday: say goodbye her 17-month old daughter, whose life had barely started.

4 teens charged in attack on Virginia middle school student

Four teenagers have been charged in an attack on a Virginia middle school student as she walked home from school

Cyclist travels across America to raise awareness about brain injuries

Mark Gutierrez is biking 5,000 miles across the country to raise awareness about brain injuries to first responders and military personnel for Project Hero.

Grief lingers in Virginia town that paid high price on D-Day

The 75th anniversary of the D-Day invasion of Normandy has powerful significance for the small town of Bedford, Virginia

Tropical development possible in the Atlantic over next several days

An area of low pressure in the Atlantic is expected to form into a system several miles south of Bermuda in the next several days.

Man seriously injured in 2-vehicle crash in Henrico

Crews were called to the scene around 10:09 p.m.

  'My baby is here, that’s all that matters’: Dozens gather in support of 5-year-old girl shot in head

The shooting happened on Byron Street on April 4.

Route 17 in Caroline County re-opens after crash

Crews will set up a detour around the crash scene.

  Firefighters battle garage fire in Henrico

Thankfully, firefighters kept the fire from spreading to the home.

Country music star Travis Tritt involved in multi-vehicle crash that left two dead, others injured on Highway 22

Two people are dead following a multi-vehicle car crash on Highway 22 early Saturday morning.

VDOT suspending most work zones during Memorial Day weekend

The suspension will be in place from noon Friday, May 24 until noon Tuesday, May 28.

What to know about primary elections in Virginia on June 11

It’s almost time for the 2019 primary elections in Virginia and here is everything you need to know for the day.

Virginia man gets jail time for asking woman to get in car trunk

A 30-year-old Virginia man has been sentenced to a year in jail for grabbing the wrist of a restaurant employee and asking her to get into the trunk of his car

  Virginia Marine surprises daughter at graduation

Ashley Gray was deployed to Central America but made the trip home to give his daughter the surprise.

  ‘Bermuda High’ to increase temps this weekend

Get ready for hot temperatures starting this weekend into next week.

  Person struck, killed by train in Henrico

The incident happened just after 8 p.m. near Old Washington Highway between Mountain Road and the I-295 overpass.

Missing Chesterfield man found dead

Timothy Kitt, 39, is described as a black male about 5-foot-3 weighing 220 pounds. He has black hair and brown eyes.

  Parents furious after claims kindergartners were forced in a closet to be disciplined

The alleged incident happened on May 9 with four boys ranging from 5 to 6 years old at Salem Elementary School in Chesterfield.

Man given 10 years for stealing checks, recruiting homeless to cash them

Court documents say Lareese Martelles Mallety, 25, of Raeford, NC, conspired with several other individuals to steal mail from business parks and cashed the checks found inside.

Cat tests positive for rabies in Prince George

The cat was captured earlier this week in the area of James River Drive.

  ‘A hoax’: Lockdown lifted after no weapon found at Manchester High School

The Chesterfield police department says that the school was on lock down as a precaution after reports of a gun at the school.

  Richmond woman honors father by starting food truck

The owner of the Pulp Fiction food truck is planning to open a coffee shop in June.

Bridge to be named in memory of fallen Trooper Dowell

The bridge is located on US-29 Business, South Main Street in Amherst.

Marshall University students pay tribute to nation’s longest-service chief justice

Marshall University faculty, students and staff took part in a service project at John Marshall’s gravesite. There was also a performance by the John Marshall Fife and Drum Corps.

  House approves sweeping bill to expand gay rights

Dubbed the Equality Act, the bill is a top priority of House Speaker Nancy Pelosi, who said it will bring the nation "closer to equal liberty and justice for all."

‘Shocking’: Ohio State doc abused 177, officials were aware

Dr. Richard Strauss groped or ogled young men while treating athletes from at least 16 sports and working at the student health center and his off-campus clinic, investigators from a law firm hired by the university found.

  8 suspected cases of measles in Va. test negative

More than 800 cases of measles have been reported in the U.S. so far in 2019.

School bus with students on board involved in Midlothian Turnpike crash

No injuries or major damage were reported in the Chesterfield County crash.

  First Alert Weather Day: Few strong storms possible Friday

Few strong storms possible late afternoon and evening Friday

  Filing some insurance claims may hurt you

If something happens in your home, filing a claim may not always be the smartest move!

  Internet sensation Grumpy Cat has died

Grumpy Cat, the iconic cranky-looking feline, died Tuesday, according to the cat’s official Twitter account.

Petersburg detective potentially exposed to fentanyl during drug arrest

A Peterburg police detective was potentially exposed to fentanyl during a drug arrest Wednesday night.

  News to Know May 17: High school threat prompts police presence; a district adopts year-round school; summer heat has arrived

It’s finally Friday, and summer has arrived. Here’s a look at today’s top headlines.

Threat at Thomas Jefferson High School prompts increased police presence

Richmond police confirm there will be additional security on hand at Thomas Jefferson High School Friday after a reported threat toward the school.

  Hopewell adopts year-round school for entire district

The new schedule will begin in the summer of 2020, and will be the first of it’s kind in the state.

Henrico Police offering $10 rabies vaccinations

Henrico offering $10 rabies vaccinations for pets on May 18.

  Loved to death: Is euthanizing pets to be buried with dead owners OK?

A Chesterfield woman put in her will that her beloved dog should be put down upon her death so its remains can be buried with her.

Virginia ABC launches program against teen drinking

“Power of Parents” is a partnership with the Virginia chapter of Mothers Against Drunk Driving

  2 men arrested in Louisa church burglary, van theft

Louisa deputies are investigating a break-in at Oakland Baptist Church in Gum Spring.

2 shot on Arlington Street in Petersburg

Police have not released any information about a potential suspect and have not said what led to the shooting.

Facebook, Tweet and Insta for royalty: The queen is hiring a social media manager

What would it pay to work for the royal family? This position pays an annual salary of about £30,000, which equals a little more than $38,000, depending on your experience.

Chesterfield County Schools in search of new student transportation director

The director of Student Transportation for Chesterfield County Public Schools will no longer work for the county effective June 30th.

  Digital Dialogue: The truth about human trafficking

Human trafficking is a dangerous reality happening all over the nation, and right here in the Commonwealth.

  New app targets distracted drivers with traffic alerts

The app “TravelSafely” sends warning signs right to your smartphone for everything from your speed in a school zone to a light that’s about to change.

  ‘I’m not putting her back on a bus’: Mom says daughter was hit by substitute driver

A Chesterfield mother says she wants answers from the school division after her daughter with special needs got off the school bus hysterical Tuesday. She believes her child may have been hit by a substitute driver.

  California mom confronts daughter’s bullies in the classroom, gets banned from school

The mother said that although the school suspended one of the bullies, her daughter was being harassed more than before, even saying she had thought about suicide.

Spotsylvania woman accused of pretending to be a doctor

Sharonda Avery claimed to have two doctorate degrees and a master’s degree, but the sheriff’s office said an investigation showed she didn’t have any degree at all.

  Taco Bell-themed hotel to open for 3 nights in August

The fast-food chain says everything will be Taco Bell-themed, from the room decor to the breakfast menu to pool floaties shaped like hot sauce packets.

1 injured in Richmond house fire

Richmond firefighters responded to the blaze at a two-story home and said there was heavy fire present on the second floor.

  Hopewell Moose Lodge demolished; plan to rebuild underway

Fire officials ruled the cause of the fire as "undetermined," but believe it started in either the kitchen or the laundry room.

Sheriff: Mother’s boyfriend murdered missing W.Va. girl

After over a week searching for the Berkeley Springs teenager, the sheriff's department said that a body matching Riley Crossman's description was found.

Baby hawk dies after being found on roadside in Prince George

The chick was turned over to the Altons’ Keep Wildbird Rescue in Suffolk.

  Man to apparent drive-by shooter: ‘Take that business elsewhere’

Chesterfield police are investigating after a home on Allerton Street was shot 'several times.'

  Lack of soap, grease on utensils lead to violations at two restaurants

This week's Hall of Fame winner is a food truck that has aced its last five inspections.

RPD honors fallen officers in wreath-laying ceremony

Family members of the fallen officers will be in attendance to lay a wreath during the ceremony.

VDOT plans to realign Hull Street Road lanes at Chippenham Parkway

VDOT also says crews will adjust the traffic signal at the intersection to give those turning left from westbound Hull Street Road to southbound Chippenham Parkway a green arrow so drivers won’t have to dodge eastbound traffic.