Get out the old dusty shoe boxes from the attic! There’s a historic trading card boom underway. And one Henrico company is cashing in... helping thousands around the world-- buy and sell the little cardboard versions of their beloved sports icons. On Your Side Investigator Rachel DePompa takes us inside the sports card comeback.
The pandemic has changed our driving habits. Maybe you are still working from home? Or you’ve started going into the office more. Expert say now is a good time to take another look at how much you are spending on car insurance.
We are all online more than ever, so it is important to ensure you are staying safe when banking or shopping. On Your Side Investigator Rachel DePompa has some important reminders to keep you safe from online thieves.
An in-depth review by the On Your Side Investigators found the number of people calling the the states gambling hotline spiked since the beginning of this year. But is that a symptom of the legalization of sports betting in Virginia, more advertising, or more people just recognizing a gambling problem?
A bill was introduced in Virginia to legally require background checks for gun rentals at shooting ranges. This comes after two young men who were previously involuntarily committed for mental health reasons, rented firearms at an indoor shooting range in Hanover, and took their lives.
Dr. Michael John Bigg, a radiologist and owner of the Allison Breast Center on Forest Avenue, is accused by the Virginia Board of Medicine of misreading the mammograms at least 18 women - telling them they were fine when they really had cancer.
New federal laws are in effect to protect your rights in the workplace, during the pandemic. Viewers have been reaching out to 12 On Your Side, saying they’ve been fired after being ordered to quarantine by a doctor, or refusing to go into work out of fear of COVID-19 exposure or unsafe conditions.
Investigators used DNA and genealogy tests to identify a suspect in a 28-year-old deadly robbery in Maryland, a man who was shot and killed when law-enforcement officers tried to arrest him in Virginia last week.