Crews battle massive fire at tire recycling plant in Richmond

Fire crews are battling a large fire at a recycling plant in Richmond.

Waffle House Holding Job Fair in Petersburg

The hiring event is Tuesday, Feb. 19, 2020 at Virginia Career Works’ Petersburg Center at 22 W. Washington Street from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m.

  Police: Juvenile charged in false active shooter report at Henrico middle school

Henrico police say they have arrested a juvenile in connection to the false report of an active shooter at Moody Middle School after receiving a call via text to 911.

Virginia mom sentenced for drunken fight, leaving kids alone

A Virginia woman who left her two children alone while getting into a drunken fight at a beach party pleaded guilty to misdemeanor charges.

Conference aimed at teaching veterans how to become farmers

The conference will also focus on how to create effective business plans and develop successful farm production practices.

Bloomberg, Sanders, Biden lead in Virginia presidential primary poll

With Super Tuesday and the Virginia presidential primary two weeks away, there are three clear Democratic favorites in Virginia, according to polling done by Monmouth University.

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Bill banning handheld cellphone use while driving clears House, Senate

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Some gun laws still alive in Virginia’s General Assembly

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Shelter dog euthanasia numbers dropping in Virginia

Euthanasia numbers of shelter dogs have decreased by 63% in the last seven years in Virginia. According to data published by the Virginia Department of Agriculture and Consumer Services, 8,173 dogs were euthanized in Virginia shelters in 2019.

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Conference aimed at teaching veterans how to become farmers

The conference will also focus on how to create effective business plans and develop successful farm production practices.