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Holmberg: Don't blame the judge who let rapist walk free

It’s pretty easy to judge now. Dana William was a sick, nasty, violent piece of human wreckage who had no business walking among us.

Friday 02/05/2016
Community member donates $800 to Kersey Creek after learning about Hanover school's contest bid

A community member who read about a Hanover County school’s bid to a win a national competition has donated $800 for books.

Holmberg: Don't blame the judge who let rapist walk free

It’s pretty easy to judge now. Dana William was a sick, nasty, violent piece of human wreckage who had no business walking among us.

Why, Richmond, Why?!? Driving in bike lanes; around Lee, Stuart statues

This week, we address more questions that may help Richmond be safer for walking, biking and driving.

Second man in white supremacist robbery plot pleads guilty

The second of three men indicted in an alleged white supremacist robbery plot pleaded guilty to two charges in federal court Friday.

3 King George residents charged in series of Hanover burglaries

Three residents of King George County have been charged in a series of burglaries in Hanover County, authorities said Friday.

Ex-Capital One employee accused in $100,000 embezzlement, extradited from Caribbean to Henrico

A former Capital One employee accused of embezzling more than $100,000 has been returned to Henrico County from a Caribbean island, Henrico County Police said Friday.

One person shot in Jackson Ward around midday Friday

Richmond police responded to the 400 block of North First Street in Jackson Ward around 11:25 a.m. Friday for a report of a shooting.

Richmond police officer charged in 18-year-old's fatal shooting is released on bond

A judge set bond at $25,000 for a Richmond police officer charged with second-degree murder in the October shooting death of a teen during a off-duty encounter at a Chesterfield County car wash.

Chance of 'snow showers' for Richmond Tuesday

There's a chance of snow showers in the Richmond area on Tuesday, according to meteorologists with the National Weather Service.

City launches pothole-palooza Monday; here's how to report bad streets

The recent bout of winter weather was not kind to Richmond’s roads, and city crews are planning to launch what they’re calling a pothole-palooza on Monday in an attempt to patch things up, a city spokeswoman says.

Richmond knows you have a dog now and wants you to license it

For a long time, Richmond has required that cats and dogs be licensed with the city at a cost of $10 per year. And for a long time, the city has been fairly lax about enforcing it.

Police say threat regarding Manchester HS not credible

Chesterfield County Police said they received the report of a threat regarding Manchester High School on Thursday evening. 

Two-alarm blaze in the Fan under control

Firefighters responded to a two-alarm blaze at a home near Virginia Commonwealth University Friday morning.

Thursday 02/04/2016
Richmond church to host talks on poverty

A nationally known expert on poverty will speak at Grace & Holy Trinity Episcopal Church in Richmond tonight and Saturday morning.

Veritas School buys Laburnum House, featured on PBS drama 'Mercy Street'

Veritas School has bought the Laburnum House property, once the home of Richmond Memorial Hospital and Nursing School and currently seen on the PBS drama “Mercy Street.”

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