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  Chesterfield police looking for shooter with face tattoo

A man is recovering after being shot in Chesterfield County late Friday night.

  ‘We’re not hiding a thing': Henrico police show body-cam footage after officers shoot, kill woman

1 arrested after shooting out of vehicle in shopping center

Deputies: Missing woman with diabetes may be in need of medication

  Man in recovery starts church, credits Chesterfield HARP program with saving his life

Va. GOP candidate in tight house race backs gun control

2 women arrested in connection with Facebook live assault

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  Judge: 32 Great Danes found living in ‘squalor,’ couple denied custody

VA Pridefest coming to Brown’s Island

  VDOT plans weekend lane closures of I-95N near Fredericksburg

  4 arrested in fatal shooting of 21-year-old

  Bank robbery suspect who died in crash was wanted for multiple crimes

Man arrested after shooting vehicle with BB gun

New warrant filed in case of man accused of killing family members

Matthew Bernard is charged with the August 27 murders in Keeling.

16 cases of vaping-related illnesses confirmed in Virginia

The Health Department said that people who continue to use e-cigarettes should not modify the products, buy products off the street or add any substances not intended by manufacturers.

  Spanberger honors 9-year-old Markiya Dickson on House floor

In a speech that lasts about a minute and a half, Spanberger described how Markiya Dickson was killed and paid tribute to the girl in a call for action against gun violence.

Navy employee airlifted to Richmond after air show accident

Though the injuries are serious, they were not considered life-threatening.

4 injured in three-vehicle crash on I-64

Tickets on sale for Bob Dylan concert at VSU

  Heavy traffic expected for NASCAR races

Tractor-trailer hauling liquid soap overturns at Chippenham, Route 1

  News to Know for Sept. 20: 9 shot in D.C.; I-95N to shut down; chilly start

  Firearms expert says Colt’s decision to suspend production of AR-15 is about money

  Brother reacts to officer-involved shooting death of sister

“This is not how a welfare check is supposed to work,” Bob Bostock said. “They’re there to help and instead they kill her.”

Drought conditions build over Virginia

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  ‘Like Fast and Furious’: Woman swerves onto sidewalk to avoid fleeing robbery suspect

Teri Butler was driving on East Main Street and had just turned left onto 14th when she came face-to-face with the suspect.

21-year-old woman killed in crash; man airlifted

An infant in the vehicle was properly secured and was not injured.

  For restaurants, keeping food temps out of ‘danger zone’ can be a challenge

Food temperatures can be difficult to master.

  Henrico Co. buys Wilton Farm property for $10 million

The property will offer opportunities for future recreation, schools and economic development.

Walgreens, Google affiliate to test drone deliveries

Walgreens and a Google affiliate are testing drone deliveries that can put drugstore products on customer doorsteps minutes after being ordered

Shelter advises against glue traps as baby snake season arrives

The Virginia Department of Game and Inland Fisheries said this is the time of year when baby snakes are born.

Kings Dominion Halloween Haunt returns for another terrifying season

Halloween Haunt returns for its 19th frightful season on Saturday, September 21, 2019 with four new gruesome experiences. In total, those who dare can brave seven mazes, six scare zones and a variety of live shows during Halloween Haunt with more than 400 monsters roaming the midways.

2 students injured after tractor-trailer truck hits Chesterfield bus

The incident happened around 9:15 a.m at the intersection of Old Bermuda Hundred Road and Golf Course Road.

Pharmaceutical company bringing 200 jobs to Henrico

Pharmaceutical Product Development is investing $63.7 million to expand a bioanalytical lab

Man wanted for stealing electronic items from multiple Walmart stores

The Powhatan Crime Solvers says the man entered the Powhatan Walmart early Sept. 13 and stole “a large quantity of electronic items after breaking the case open.”

Dominion Energy plans 220 turbine offshore wind project

Dominion Energy wants to build what it says would be the largest offshore wind project in the United States off the Virginia coast

Washington Monument to reopen after 3-year closure

There’s only one point in the nation’s capital from which you can see the World War II Memorial, White House, the Jefferson Memorial and United States Capitol.

  News to Know for Sept. 19: Top Richmond official fired; amazing weather; free shoes for kids

Here's a look at your top headlines for Thursday, Sept. 19.

  Richmond mayor fires top official after audit reveals nepotism

Mayor Levar Stoney fired his Chief Administrative Officer Wednesday after receiving findings of a report conducted by the Inspector General.

Virginia airports receive $23M in funding for improvements

One of the largest awards is $8.7 million to build a taxiway at Richmond International Airport.

Absentee voting in Va. begins Sept. 20

To vote absentee, registered voters must meet one of 20 eligibility requirements listed on the absentee ballot application.

  Mother vows to honor late daughter who died of cancer

“When Mariah passed away, my husband and I made a vow that we would never let her legacy die,” Richardson said.

Police investigate mobile phone store robbery

No injuries were reported in the incident.

  Thief uses Richmond woman’s identity to shop online

One Richmond woman, Lynda Sharp Anderson, says a thief actually used her identity to order an $1,100 iPhone on Walmart’s website.

  World renowned Richmond ballerina set to retire

Maggie Small is celebrating the end of a career that’s taken her around the world.

  How to protect yourself when thieves target your IP address

We have limitless information right at our fingertips and some of that information is very sensitive, but it’s that sensitive info that cyber-criminals are looking for.

Man wanted in attempted sexual assault at knife-point during home invasion

The victim suffered minor injuries that did not require medical treatment.

Man arrested in Stafford following pursuit, crash

A suspect was arrested on Tuesday by Stafford deputies following a pursuit.

  ‘Tommie’s Beer’ to help RACC care for animals in need

Three Notch'd brewing beer to benefit Richmond Animal Care and Control.

Late-season loggerhead sea turtle nest found on Virginia Beach

Virginia Aquarium and Marine Science Center said it was notified of a sea turtle coming ashore Friday the 13th during a full moon.

  Man convicted of killing VSP special agent faces additional charge

Travis Ball was sentenced to 36 years in prison in October 2018 in the death of Michael Walter.

Colonial Heights summer league team announces team name finalists

The team will play in the Coastal Plain League, a wood bat summer league for college baseball players.

Richmond man charged with robbing bank of $200K

Police arrested 24-year-old Okello T. Chatrie in connection with the incident.

‘A case of déjà vu’: Police say man stole 2 cars in 24 hours in Richmond

The Richmond Police Department says a man is being held without bond after they said he stole two vehicles within about 24 hours.

  News to know for Sept. 18: Man shot near pool; Henrico roads reopen; a taste of fall

Here's a look at your top headlines for Wednesday.

I-95 reopens after fiery crash involving dump truck

Virginia State Police say the truck was traveling southbound when it blew a tire, lost control and went through a guardrail

  Henrico roads reopen after water main break

One home was impacted by the water main break.

  Man found shot near community swimming pool in Richmond

Richmond police were called to the area of the 2000 block of N. 28th street just before 11 p.m. Tuesday for reports of a person shot.

  Residents discuss options for Monument Avenue as debate over statues continues

The latest idea from local leaders is that maybe a context is needed to justify the monuments that adorn Monument Avenue.

  'You are so missed’: Tornado victim remembered 1 year later

An EF2 tornado touched down in Chesterfield and killed Ronnie Bishop.

  Questions arise following confusion over RPS physical education requirement

Three weeks into the new school year, there’s confusion at Richmond Public Schools over some eighth grade students possibly not meeting the state requirement for physical education.

  Business rebuilds, memorializes man killed in tornado

Old Dominion Floor Company has rebuilt its warehouse and has a memorial for Ronnie Bishop, who died in the tornado.

Virginia Republicans resume call to hold hearing with Fairfax accusers

Virginia Republicans resumed their call Monday -- less than two months before statewide elections -- to allow testimony from the two women who accuse Lt. Gov. Justin Fairfax of sexual assault.

  Online program helps students in Louisa County spread positive messages

Louisa County Middle school is looking to put a stop to bullying with an online program called “You-Uplift”.

Virginia faces fine due to food stamp errors

he federal government has slapped Virginia with a $3.8 million penalty because of mistakes made processing almost one in 10 food stamp applications last year — the eighth-highest error rate among states administering the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program.

  1 dead, 3 hurt in overnight shootings in Richmond

The shootings all took place in the city's East End in a 6-hour span.

Kohl’s hiring more than 270 seasonal positions in Richmond area

Kohl’s is hiring more than 270 seasonal positions for its Richmond area stores.

Riverfront Canal Cruises unveils ‘Camp Kanawha’ and a FREE Pumpkin Patch

Riverfront Canal Cruises is doing Halloween bigger and better than ever with two nights of haunted boat tours. Both Friday, Oct. 25 and Saturday, Oct. 26 experience ’Camp Kanawha’ for a special, two-night only, thrills-filled boat ride on the historic Kanawha Canal.

4 Henrico high school early-release days changed to full days

Henrico high schools students will now be going to school for the full day after four early-release days in December were changed.

Racist yearbook photo investigation cost nearly $368,000

A law firm's investigation into whether Virginia Gov. Ralph Northam appeared in a racist yearbook photo cost nearly $368,000

2 displaced, firefighter injured in Chesterfield blaze

The cause of the fire is under investigation.

Suspect wanted in robbery at ClickZ

The suspect was seen leaving in a white or silver four-door SUV that is thought to be a Chevrolet Tahoe.

Henrico police car involved in crash

A woman was transported to the hospital after the crash at Patterson Avenue and Parham Road.

Northam sets goal for Va. to produce all electricity from carbon-free sources

The governor says the Executive Order endures that the Commonwealth “remains at the forefront of clean energy innovation.”

  News to Know for Sept. 17: 3 shootings in 6 hours; tornado anniversary; small rain chance

Here's a look at the top headlines for Tuesday.

Miss Virginia to appear on ‘Kelly Clarkson Show’

Camille Schrier, a VCU student, will explain her decision to use her academic talents to create a science experiment in her talent portion of the competition.

  Tuesday marks 1 year since deadly Va. tornadoes

The storms killed one person as a building collapsed at Old Dominion Flooring in Chesterfield County.

  Hanover Sheriff’s Office to hold active shooter response presentation

The presentation is designed to assist individuals become better aware and prepared should an active shooter event occur wherever you are.

  Chesterfield residents say they’re sick of drivers speeding through neighborhood

Several families in a Chesterfield neighborhood say they are sick of drivers speeding through their streets.

  Richmond family wants answers in shooting death of young father of 2

A Richmond family is searching for answers following a weekend shooting that left a man dead outside a bar on the Southside.

Child left in hot car in Virginia freed by citizen breaking window

A child was left in a hot car in a Henry County Walmart parking lot before being freed by a citizen breaking a window.