A Florida woman reached out to 12 On Your Side on behalf of her father and late mother who lived in Richmond. Charmaine Lowe was concerned about more than $4,000 in charges for security company AMP Smart. It all started with Lowe looking through her parents' finances.
An attorney says the May 31st Eviction Notice the managers handed out at the once condemned Grace Place apartment is illegal and that he is willing to fight for any resident trying to stay in their home.
It has been almost four months since Robert Green, known as Wize Shahid, walked out of Deep Meadow Correctional Facility following 22 years in prison. Today, he wants his life and how he has changed to save someone else’s life.
Residents in a Henrico neighborhood at their wits end after a series of vandalism cases and car thefts. Its a problem that's persisted for months for those at the Breckenridge Apartments in Glen Allen.
On Wednesday, the Chickahominy Health District pushed out an alert to notify residents who live in the Brookshire Subdivision or in the Windsor Drive area of Mechanicsville (Hanover County) about a positive rabies case.
A Chesterfield family calls 12 on your side frustrated with a local cemetery. The family purchased a burial plot 11 years ago at Sunset Memorial Park, when their father was in need of a new heart. They are sadly having to make final arrangements today, but were told-- what they paid for is no longer available .Jasmine Turner got answers.
A Richmond man is thankful after getting an opportunity to say thank you to the doctors, nurses and therapists who helped save his life. Freddy Sexton Jr. spent months at VCU Medical Center with COVID-19 but continues to get stronger every day.
A Richmond man calls 12 On Your Side after $7,400 was stolen from his bank account.Steve Hurwitz was a Suntrust Bank customer for more than 20 years before it was acquired, along with BB&T, by Truist Bank. In that time, Hurwitz said he rarely had issues. In December 2021, he was alerted that thousands had been transferred from his savings to cover a check that was coming out of checking account.
A Colonial Heights man calls 12 On Your Side, worried about the sidewalks on and near the Boulevard in the city. Dennis Tench uses a wheelchair, and is asking city leaders to ensure sidewalks are safe for all pedestrians.
A Henrico mother is hoping to have a new smile in time for her daughters wedding, after years of health issues. Bernadette Lautenslager is in need of a full extraction and dentures but cannot afford the nearly $8,000 worth of work.
Rappahannock Electric Cooperative’s CEO John Hewa tells NBC12 investigators power should be restored for everyone by mid-week. However, concerns linger about what will happen the next time this area is hit with snow.
Governor Ralph Northam closed out the first week of his “Thank You, Virginia” tour during a ceremony on Brown’s Island Friday afternoon by celebrating the hundreds of pardons his administration has granted to former inmates.
TSA officers have been working harder than ever with travel picking back up, but the American Federation of Government Employees, which acts as the TSA Union, says it has a problem with how the TSA is issuing bonuses this year.
The new version of the sensors, similar to the concept of a breathalyzer, will be placed in the cab of several Schneider tractors. It is the next step in finding the best technology to make the roads safer and save lives.
Chesterfield County announced that it had started a $50,000 road improvement study focused on providing pedestrian improvements in the areas of Turner Road/Courthouse Road/Genito Road where it has seen a pattern of pedestrian crashes.
In Petersburg, the NAACP wants to ensure people have safe and sanitary places to live. With dozens of families living in extended stay hotels and motels, the organization says it has gotten complaints and concerns about living conditions.