Reggie Littleton was banking on getting a loan through the Small Business Administration’s Paycheck Protection Program but the process hit a snag when Wells Fargo denied his application. NBC12 On Your Side was able to help get things back on track.
In November, Feed More received $1 million through the COVID-19 relief package. In turn, the non-profit agreed to match those funds to provide resources to its 270 food pantries in need. Of those food pantries, a little more than 100 applied for the grants through Feed More.
Two Hanover men each took their lives at Green Top Shooting Range in Hanover County last July. Both had been committed to mental health institutions, multiple times before. But their families say a loophole in gun laws allowed them to rent a firearm, a loophole they are now working to close.
Jim Jarrard is one of the thousands of volunteers who took part in the Pfizer vaccine trials. He is encouraging others to get the vaccine once it becomes available to the public, but warns of the possible side effects.
Sunday marks the one-year anniversary since Richmond Fire Lieutenant Ashley Berry was shot and killed outside of a Hopewell home on the night of Thanksgiving. “Ashley was the one that would never quit," said her father, Waverly Berry.
Faith Janecke’s plea is simple, as a work-study student, she just wants to get paid for the job she’s done, but the senior says she’s been fighting to get reimbursed for the hours she worked months ago.
The grounds of the Robert E. Lee statue, which has been unofficially renamed Marcus-David Peters Circle, were transformed into a birthday celebration of Marcus-David Peters, the 24-year-old Richmond biology teacher who was shot and killed in 2018 by Richmond Police.
Whether it’s scarred trees, damaged road signs or tire tracks running through yards, neighbors on the 5000 block of Hopkins Road in Chesterfield County say they’ve had it with an ever-growing list of accidents they say are caused by speeding and poor road engineering.
Following the robbery of a 69-year-old in an Aldi’s Parking lot Sunday by a man pretending to assist her with her groceries, security expert and owner of Major Security Consulting Mike Jones says people should be on high alert in order to prevent similar crimes from happening them.
Wednesday, the wife of a beloved GRTC bus driver who lost his battle with COVID-19 last week is speaking out for the first time since her husband died a month after contracting COVID-19 urging riders to follow health guidelines.
The Virginia Department of Elections has launched a new absentee mail-in ballot tracker to allow voters to follow their ballots before receiving them, and after they’re sent back to the registrar, to make sure they're processed.