“[Kaine is] the leader that cares more about making a difference than making headlines.” — Hillary Clinton, speaking from Miami
Kaine arrived home to his neighborhood in northside Richmond to a crowd of proud neighbors.
Hundreds of people marched to the governor’s mansion demanding that Gov. McAuliffe support people over pollution.
Heat Advisories in effect tomorrow, with 90s with us through next week.
Trump and VP candidate Mike Pence will campaign in Roanoke, Virginia Monday.
In a statement issued by its news agency, Aamaq, the Islamic State group claimed responsibility for the attack.
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The motivation for the clean up was to honor the memory of their friend and classmate, Anne Davis.
A cache of more than 19,000 emails from the Democratic party shows the split between the DNC and Sen. Bernie Sanders.
Investigators searched the unnamed German-Iranian man’s home and found literature about mass killings.
Kansas City police Capt. Robert Melton was fatally shot Tuesday by a suspect fleeing law enforcement.
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Richmond will open two cooling stations this weekend to assist residents with the forecasted high temperatures.
An army specialist recently surprised his sister with an unexpected visit.
As tragedies like the one in Munich Friday pile up, it’s good for citizens to learn how to respond.
Police say injuries resulted from the accident.
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After overdosing on narcotics, a man returned from the hospital and overdosed again an hour later.
The city of Richmond is holding free sports physicals for all public middle and high schoolers interested in participating in sports this sc…
He crashed head-on into the scooter, killing the driver instantly.
An SUV came crashing into a baby’s nursery Tuesday morning after the driver had an apparent medical emergency.
The Fulton County Medical Examiner’s Office found methamphetamine in the baby’s system.
While in the middle of a busy dinner shift, a customer asked for a new server because of her tattoos and dyed hair.
The indictments stem from an incident that happened in Ohio in 2005.