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  Tropical Storm Nestor could bring soaking rain Sunday

The storm's track has it moving across southeast Virginia this weekend.

  News to Know for Oct. 18: Sunday soaker; Chili Peppers coming in 2020; new Verizon towers

  Colonial Heights summer league team announces new team name

  Make sure you shop around for a mortgage when buying a home

  Verizon shows off updated cell tower plans at Henrico meeting

Actor Alec Baldwin to campaign for Virginia Democrats

911 lines back up in Nottoway County

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  Tree worker killed following crash with company vehicle in Chesterfield

Bridge dedicated to fallen Virginia firefighter

Henrico senior saves choking boy

Legionella bacteria found in Henrico jail cooling tower

  Deer mating season forces drivers to pay extra attention

  'I miss him already’: Va. lawmakers remember Rep. Elijah Cummings as powerful voice on Capitol Hill

  Henrico Co. boosting efforts in revitalizing aging neighborhoods

Currently, Henrico County leaders are focusing their efforts on two areas – Highland Springs and the Laburnum Gateway area.

Governor Northam announces flag order in honor of Elijah E. Cummings

This order will remain in effect until sunset, Friday, October 18.

State police seek new information in 1995 slaying of store owner

Virginia State Police are seeking information in the 1995 slaying of a well-known store own in Buckingham County.

FBI’s Richmond Division seeks armed bank robbery suspect

FBI’s Richmond Central Virginia Task Force is searching for the suspect who robbed a Wells Fargo branch in September.

  Richmond teacher fired after calling student the ‘N-Word’

1 of 2 brothers arrested, charged in Richmond homicide pleads guilty to first-degree murder

14 cases of Legionnaires’ confirmed in Chesterfield, health officials say

  Writers rework classic fairy tales to empower girls in ‘Now Upon a Time’ podcast

University of Richmond ranks No. 2 for best career services

Man shot by police dies; police say he pointed gun at officer

Prince George Police urge residents to lock car doors after string of thefts

The Prince George County Police Department is urging residents to lock car doors following a string of thefts.

4 killed in tractor-trailer crash on Route 58 in Virginia

There's currently no information on what led to the crash.

State police investigating officer-involved shooting in Southwest Va.

Police have not released information about the suspect's condition.

Water main break closes Richmond street

The area of E. 15th Street that is closed is between Stockton and Decatur streets.

Man previously arrested in string of crimes faces charges in armed robbery

Police say the suspect used a knife to rob the Liberty Cash Mart on Wednesday night.

Gas leak closes roads near Walmart in Hanover

Hanover Fire and EMS urged residents to avoid the area of Sliding Hill Road.

Virginia state trooper hurt during routine traffic stop

A Virginia state trooper was hurt when his vehicle was struck by a suspected drunken driver during a routine traffic stop.

Natural gas leak forces residents out of homes

New Kent Fire-Rescue says this includes the entrance to Patriot’s Landing.

Woman with history of health problems missing in southern Va.

She was last seen around 7 a.m. Wednesday, Oct. 16.

Woman dies in fire at Va. campground

The blaze destroyed a camper in Augusta County.

  Vehicle hits deer on Route 288 sparking chain-reaction crash

One person was taken to the hospital after the crash.

  Students with special needs learn basics of baseball

The event had roughly 370 students in attendance.

  News to Know for Oct. 17: Some burn bans lifted; longtime congressman dies; breezy and cool

Also, excitement builds for the World Series, fire department set to expand and Redskins partners with school system.

Virginia revokes permit of Petersburg landfill

Residents have long complained about the odor and unsightliness of the landfill.

  Some Va. localities lift burn bans after day of rain

The ban makes it illegal to burn brush, grass, leaves, trash, debris or any other flammable material.

VUU to officially welcome new president

The ceremony for Hakim Lucas gets underway at 10 a.m. at the Richmond Convention Center.

Woman gets 17 years for stabbing father to death in Henrico

Jerome Isiah Dixon was found dead in a car abandoned along a roadway in Henrico County in 2017.

  ‘It just didn’t seem right’: Man shares breast cancer survival story to spread awareness

October is breast cancer awareness month and statistics show almost 270,000 woman have been diagnosed in the U.S. in 2019 The disease doesn’t just affect women. Thousands of men are diagnosed each year.

  Colonial Heights Fire Department expanding for first time in decade

For the first time in a decade, the Colonial Heights fire department will be adding new positions to keep residents safe.

Applications open to get help on winter energy bills

Applications to get help on winter energy bills open until Friday, Nov. 9.

  Children’s Hospital of Richmond at VCU hosts early Halloween party for patients

It was all smiles today at the Children’s Hospital of Richmond at VCU as families and patients we’re treated to an early Halloween party.

  RPD sees 120% increase in speeding tickets issued

So far this year Richmond Police have issued 4,220 speeding tickets compared to 1,914 at this point in 2018.

‘I’ve never heard a stadium so loud’: Washington Nationals fan celebrates NLCS win

Team now heads to World Series - a first in franchise history.

  ’I’m scared to go back to school’: 9-year-old RPS student says lunch aide dragged him by feet

Nasir Joyner, 9, says he was dragged by his feet toward the school’s office, as his pants were falling down.

Redskins partner with Petersburg City Public Schools to raise money for schools

The Washington Redskins have partnered with Petersburg City Public Schools to raise money for classroom supplies.

Man accused of making racist threats pleads not guilty

The white man accused of cyberstalking and making racist threats against a black activist in Virginia has pleaded not guilty

Power outage closes select services at Southside Regional Medical Center

Dominion Energy crews are working to restore electricity.

  VSU marching band returns; social organization suspended following hazing allegations

The Virginia State University Trojan Explosion Marching Band has returned following a hazing investigation.

  Police: Fire that killed 3 family members in Buckingham County does not appear suspicious

Fire crews were called to the scene just before 6 a.m. in the 20300 block of James Anderson Highway.

Campbell County deputies search for grand larceny suspect

The Campbell County Sheriff’s Office is requesting the public’s help in identifying and locating a suspect wanted for questioning.

Water main break impacts home, closes Chesterfield road

The break closed the intersection of Daleshire Drive and Lawnwood Drive.

2 firefighters injured, resident displaced in Chesterfield house fire

The fire in the 19800 block of Piedmont Avenue was reported just before 2 p.m.

High court weighs whether teen sniper deserves re-sentencing

Liberal and conservative justices seemed split on whether to grant a new sentencing hearing to the former teenager whose 2002 sniper spree left more than 10 people dead and terrorized the nation's capital

Woman charged following domestic incident that led to shooting

Police were called to the 8600 block of Ransco Court around 3:21 p.m.

Couple wins $5 million in Virginia Lottery Scratcher game

A Virginia couple is $5 million richer after winning a Virginia Lottery Scratcher Game.

Death investigation underway following shooting in Richmond’s East End

A man is fighting for his life after being shot on Mosby Street.

All clear given after gas odor reported near VCU

Virginia Commonwealth University has issued an all clear following the report of a gas odor.

Man loses control of 3-wheeled vehicle, dies in crash on I-95

An investigation shows that the man was driving a 2017 three-wheeled Vanderhall when he crashed.

Ashes from wood stove blamed for Chesterfield house fire

The fire displaced three adults and a child on Tuesday afternoon.

Jet with ‘sideways’ nose gear makes emergency landing at RIC

Five people were on board at the time of the landing just before 8:30 a.m.

  First Alert Weather Day: Soaking rain likely

A period of heavy rain and even a few embedded thunderstorms is likely on Wednesday.

Wild-card Nationals head to World Series with sweep of Cards

Washington is heading to the World Series for the first time in 86 years after the wild-card Nationals used a seven-run first inning and Patrick Corbin's 12-strikeout performance to beat the St. Louis Cardinals 7-4 and sweep the NL Championship Series

  News to know for Oct. 16: Restaurant fire; court to hear D.C. sniper case; soaking rain

Also, man seriously hurt in shooting, Nationals are headed to the World Series and a look at the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame nominees.

  Restaurant closed for at least a week after fire

An investigation reveals the fire started in the kitchen of 'Toast,' but a cause has not been determined.

Supreme Court to consider resentencing for D.C. sniper

Lee Boyd Malvo was 17 at the time he and John Allen Muhammad fatally shot 10 people in the Washington area in 2002.

  Selling stuff online? Here are some sites to help

Have clutter sitting around and don't feel like hosting a yard sale? Don't worry, we have the names of some great apps that can help you sell your stuff.

  Virginia officials issue warning as wildfire season begins

Currently, 39 localities have initiated burn bans.

  Paralyzed shooting survivor has to be carried down steps, begs to be moved from second-floor apartment

A woman who became paralyzed after being shot by her ex-boyfriend last year says she’s been begging RRHA officials to move her from her second-floor apartment so she can get around easier.

  'There’s a lot of guilt’: Advocates, survivor work to spread awareness of human trafficking in central Va.

Experts say now is the time to know how to spot the signs of human trafficking, which may not always appear to be what it really is.

Busch Gardens Christmas Town to light up the holidays

Christmas Town returns to Busch Gardens, Williamsburg

  Police charge man in connection to Redd Street murder in Richmond

A man has been charged with murder in connection with a homicide that happened in August.

3 adults, 1 juvenile injured in 5-vehicle crash

The investigation continues.

  Queen Latifah speaks at Women’s Achieve Summit, says to ‘embrace the future’

Tuesday morning, inside of the greater Richmond Convention Center, 1,400 women lined up to attend the women’s achieve summit featuring Queen Latifah.

  School board candidate claims he was threatened while campaigning

A Chesterfield school board candidate says he was threatened while canvassing in a neighborhood in his district. Dr. Shedrick McCall believes he was targeted because of his race.

  Busy I-195 on-ramp to be closed for bridge repairs

Beginning in late October, the I-195 south on-ramp from Cary Street and Cameron Avenue will be closed until the winter of 2021.

  Richmond woman gets $1,000 collections bill from city, but says she never received any bills

Swanson thought she was reimbursing her landlord for her water usage each month. But several weeks ago, she received a collections notice in the mail, demanding she pay over $1,000.

  Battle Behind the Ball: Man shares his cancer story ahead of Cattle Baron’s Ball

Last year the event raised $920,000, this year the goal is $1 million. But it’s the personal stories of survival that really highlights the importance of cancer research.

  Police: Man robbed while trying to buy phone through app

Anyone with information is asked to call Crime Stoppers at (804) 780-1000.