LIVE: Gov. Northam to announce removal plans for Lee statue on Monument Avenue

Virginia Gov. Ralph Northam is expected to announce plans Thursday for the removal of an iconic statue of Confederate Gen. Robert E. Lee from Richmond’s prominent Monument Avenue.

Nearly 6,300 COVID-19 patients have been discharged from Virginia hospitals

2 people injured in overnight Henrico shooting

  Group marches peacefully in Chesterfield for equal justice

  Hundreds gather in Richmond for sixth day of protests

Pizza Hut, Hopewell Schools team up to feed 400+ families

Group to march in support of racial justice, ‘Marcus Alert’

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  Obama steps out as nation confronts confluence of crises

  Coaches set to stand up for change

  Signs of Unity: Richmond police kneel with protesters

Deputies: Virginia man assaulted 3 people due to their race

SwimRVA fills pool, programs to begin Monday

Virginia Department of Corrections preparing for summer heat

Tips on paying down credit card debt

It’s normal to turn to credit cards in an emergency, which can be stressful, but personal finance expert Kim Palmer with NerdWallet says you can’t let it get to you.

  Henrico group marches from Willow Lawn to Lee monument

Group planned to start at Short Pump Town Center but was diverted to Willow Lawn.

Tips for talking about race and racism with your kids

Talking about race and racism with your children is not an easy subject, but it’s not one you can skip.

  Henrico businesses prepare to reopen under ‘Phase Two’ guidelines

Starting Friday most of Virginia will move into ‘Phase Two’ of the reopening process during the COVID-19 pandemic and businesses are preparing for those new guidelines.

Stoney to introduce ordinance to remove Confederate monuments

10th GRTC employee tests positive for COVID-19

Special education teacher named 2020 Beginning Teacher of the Year

Chesterfield launches new website for community facilities, infrastructure

45-year-old man dies after being pulled from James River

Tropical Storm Cristobal Forms Tuesday

13-year-old pleads guilty in connection to the stabbing death of Tessa Majors

A 13-year-old boy charged in connection to the stabbing death of Barnard College student and former St. Anne’s Belfield student Tessa Majors pleaded guilty to robbery in the first degree Wednesday in family court.

Richmond police make numerous arrests, seize guns during fifth night of protests

While the fifth night of protests against police brutality in the city was mostly peaceful, Richmond police say they made numerous arrests and seized several guns.

Police identify man shot, killed at Richmond hotel

Richmond police have released the name of a man shot and killed at a hotel on the city’s north side.

VA 30-Day Fund commits $100,000 to businesses damaged by protests

Virginia 30 Day Fund to help businesses damaged by recent protests.

Butler County Sheriff: ‘I don’t kneel for any cause’

'I only kneel for my country and I will kneel before God one day'

Liberty University campus police and protesters come together during demonstration

Everyone has seen the images of police and protesters violently clashing with each other across the country. While events could have turned that way Tuesday night, instead, police and protesters had a different kind of encounter.

VCU fall semester to start August 17

The start of the semester corresponds with a phased, on-campus re-opening.

Planned protest temporarily suspends GRTC service on Broad St.

GRTC says a protest scheduled for noon will temporarily disrupt service on West Broad Street.

Harrisonburg woman dies after kayak overturned on James River

A Harrisonburg woman died and several others were rescued after their kayaks overturned on the James River in western Virginia.

  News to Know for June 3: Phase Two of reopening starts Friday; City leaders join protesters; Hottest day of the year - so far

It’s a quiet morning in Richmond, after a large, peaceful protest through the streets that included city leaders.

Richmond mayor joins demonstrators after being shouted down

Richmond Mayor Levar Stoney joined racial justice demonstrators Tuesday, hours after an angry crowd shouted him down as he apologized for police lobbing tear gas at a group of peaceful demonstrators.

Black protesters protect stranded LMPD officer from violence

A picture may be worth a thousand words, but the image that’s gone viral since the first day of protests in Louisville also came with a lot of questions.

  Member of Richmond 34 and brother hear calls for justice

60 years after 200 Virginia Union University students marched from their campus to the segregated Thalhimer’s Department Store to hold a sit in, one of those former students and her younger brother are reflecting on past calls for equality, and the movements seen today.

  Top cops side with protesters, Petersburg Chief calls for arrests of other MN officers

There is a growing number of leaders within law enforcement agencies taking a stand with those all over the nation protesting George Floyd's death.

On this day: Captain Jack Jouett begins famous overnight ride that rivals that of Paul Revere

On this day in history, Captain Jack Jouett began his famous overnight ride that rivals the well-known ride of Paul Revere.

On this day: Nearly 50,000 Union troops launch assault at Cold Harbor

On this day in history, almost 50,000 Union troops launched a massive assault on the Confederate position at Cold Harbor.

  Fallen police memorial among statues damaged during Richmond protests

The fallen police memorial is just one of several statues damaged during the protests in Richmond over the last several days.

  Richmond police deny officer spit on detained protester in viral video

Richmond police are denying that an officer was spitting on a detained protester in a viral video.

Green New Deal Virginia Coalition Summit will take place virtually

The Green New Deal Virginia Coalition Summit will take place virtually due to the COVID-19 pandemic.

Don’t throw away stimulus debit cards

Are you still waiting for your stimulus money? The latest payments are causing a lot of confusion. In fact, some people think the new envelope looks like junk mail and tossed it in the garbage.

  Gov. Northam speaks publicly for first time on recent unrest in Virginia

Governor Ralph Northam is expected to speak publicly for the first time on the protests across Virginia.

  19-year-old suspect identified in officer-involved shooting in Richmond

The suspect in an officer-involved shooting in Richmond has been identified.

  Firefighter helps woman during medical emergency at Kroger

Lt. Casey Barden, with the Henrico Fire Department, wasted no time to help her out while the dispatcher sent an ambulance.

Florida sheriff ‘highly recommending’ people to shoot looters who break into homes

A sheriff in one Florida county says he is “highly recommending” property owners to shoot looters if they break into homes to steal or set fires.

  Northam: Most of Virginia to move into Phase Two starting on Friday

For most of Virginia, the state will be moving into Phase Two of reopening on Friday, June 5.

Virginia National Guard deployed in downtown Richmond

The Virginia National Guard has been deployed into downtown Richmond.

  Richmond City Mayor & Chief of Police meet with large crowd after tear gas used on protesters

Richmond City Mayor Levar Stoney met with a large group of protesters to apologize after Richmond police used tear gas along Monument Avenue during the fourth night of demonstrations.

AHIP launches $100k fundraising campaign to help central Virginia families with home repairs

A family in Afton will keep cool for the summer in their home thanks to a partnership between a Charlottesville business and a central Virginia nonprofit that’s raising funds to help more homeowners.

Virginia county pulls officers from DC after Trump photo-op

Arlington County has pulled its officers out of the District of Columbia after they helped clear peaceful protesters from a park so that President Donald Trump could have a photo opportunity outside the White House.

GRTC to operate under normal schedule Tuesday

GRTC buses are back in service Monday after being suspended over the weekend.

After a refreshing few days, it gets hot by mid-week

The hottest weather of 2020 so far is right around the corner.

PHOTOS: Police brutality protests continue in Richmond

Thousands of protesters have gathered in downtown Richmond over the death of George Floyd and police brutality for the past several days and nights.

ForwardRVA to distribute additional PPE kits to businesses

ForwardRVA will be distributing additional PPE starter kits to small businesses.

Man gets 10-month sentence for threatening Muslim politician

A jury convicted the 53-year-old man of posting a threatening tweet directed at Virginia politician Qasim Rashid.

  GRAPHIC: NYPD sergeant hit by car during protests

A New York police sergeant suffered serious injuries after being hit by a vehicle during protests early Tuesday morning.

Sheriff’s Office: Tear gas used after protesters throw rocks, bottles at deputies

The Stafford County Sheriff’s Office said it deployed tear gas and pepper balls after protesters started to throw rocks and bottles at deputies.

More emergency SNAP benefits to be released

More emergency SNAP benefits are coming this month, the Virginia Department of Social Services said.

Virginia launches workplace safety investigations into seven employee deaths from COVID-19

Virginia occupational safety inspectors have opened investigations into seven employee deaths related to COVID-19 and four hospitalizations, according to the Virginia Department of Labor and Industry.

Free fishing days scheduled for June 5-7

Virginia’s free fishing days are scheduled for June 5-7.

Plans canceled for car inspection facility in Virginia

A car retailer has dropped plans to build a vehicle inspection facility in Virginia that was slated to create 500 new jobs.

  News to Know for June 2: Officer-involved shooting; protests continue; Trump threatens military force; hot temperatures coming

Protests continued for the fourth night in a row in downtown Richmond. Here is everything you need to know to start your day.

No injuries reported in Hanover attic fire

Fire crews are investigating a house fire that occurred at Lakeview Farms Place

  Tear gas deployed on protesters on Monument Avenue

Police say protesters are attempting to pull down Confederate statues located on Monument Avenue in downtown Richmond.

Violent crime in Virginia increases by two percent, according to 2019 crime report

According to the full 2019 crime report, violent crime increased by two percent.

  Radio One Richmond pauses music for injustices around country

Radio One Richmond has decided to take a pause for the injustices in the country after the death of George Floyd in Minnesota.

  Hundreds protest in Richmond streets for 4th night in a row

They marched down east towards the Capitol, demanding remembrance for those victims of police brutality, as well as change.

  Minn. governor: Semi driver was confused when he drove into crowd

Officials say nothing indicates the driver was intentionally targeting protesters.

  Looking for extra cash during the health crisis? Check out this popular gas app

Many are looking for ways to get some extra cash during the health crisis-- so we’ve been going over some of the most popular cashback apps.

Senior Alert canceled for elderly man from Fairfax County

Virginia State Police have canceled a senior alert for an elderly man from Fairfax County.

Art illumination honors front line workers at Charlottesville area hospitals

Front line workers at Sentara Martha Jefferson and University of Virginia hospitals got an artful and luminous thank you Monday night.

Amber Alert issued for missing Waco toddler

An Amber Alert has been issued for a Waco toddler who was reported missing.

Hospital testing sheds some light on extent of asymptomatic COVID-19 in Virginia

In the weeks since Virginia’s hospitals have reopened for non-life-threatening procedures, many have implemented wider COVID-19 testing protocols to protect patients and staff from the virus.

Marco’s Pizza donating sales to George Floyd, Armaud Arbery memorial funds

After donating over two thousand pizzas to frontline workers fighting Covid-19, Marco’s Pizza is now turning its efforts to fight systemic racism.

Officers injured, two people arrested during “destructive demonstrations” in Lynchburg

Two Lynchburg police officers were injured after protests turned violent overnight into Monday.

  Longtime customers back looted business owner

The establishment had just opened a week earlier after closing during the pandemic.

Another GRTC bus driver tests positive for COVID-19, is 9th case for company

GRTC officials say another bus driver has tested positive for coronavirus, bringing the total number of cases for the company to nine.

DMV reopens additional locations; customers should make appointments ahead of time

The Department of Motor Vehicles announced they will open an additional five customer service locations starting on May 26.

Family of Richmond man killed by police issues demands, calling George Floyd’s death ‘the last straw’

The family of Marcus David Peters issued demands to leaders and public officials after the death of George Floyd in Minnesota, calling Floyd’s death, ‘the last straw’.