The City of Petersburg has outlined a plan to fix the city’s money problems.
An earthquake with a preliminary magnitude estimated at 6.1 rattled Rome and central Italy in the middle of the night.
UPS on Tuesday announced plans to lay off 160 employees at its UPS Freight unit on Semmes Avenue in Richmond.
The bicyclist was transported to VCU Medical Center with non-life threatening injuries.
An infant is dead after it went into cardiac arrest at an at-home daycare in Chesterfield County Tuesday afternoon.
The planned site is located in the Short Pump area next to Tom Leonard’s Farmer’s Market.
Tuesday marks the five-year anniversary since a 5.8-magnitude earthquake rocked Louisa County and the rest of the eastern seaboard.
One man is dead after he was shot in the 5000 block of Snead Road in Richmond Tuesday afternoon.
Heat and humidity will begin to build back into central Virginia by Friday…
It’s a problem officials say Richmond Public Schools run into every year; a high number of openings right before the school year.
Going door-to-door and trailed by cameras, he offered sympathy to residents as they took a break from the cleanup to talk about the damage.
A Virginia man has filed a federal lawsuit against a Catholic diocese-owned assisted living home that he says fired him because he’s gay.
Police say the cyclist was weaving in and out of traffic when it struck a passing vehicle.
The Cattle Baron’s Ball is coming to the Richmond area. It’s a night of fun, food and boot scootin’.
Crews from Colonial Heights and Chesterfield County are battling a house fire in the 1200 block of Clifton Drive.
She received a $99,999 Social Security deposit in her bank account on Tuesday.
“I did not then and I do not now.”
“Go ahead, man. Vice President? Oh boy.”
A Dallas-area teacher has a new policy on homework assignments that’s getting some attention online.
An OSU grad is winning over the hearts of audiences in South Korea.
The man was bleeding but conscious, and he waved to TV news cameras signaling he was OK as he was wheeled on a gurney to an ambulance.
He died Tuesday morning at Mount Sinai Hospital in New York.
Consumers will spend an average of $674 on back-to-school items this year (up from $630 in 2015) for a total of $75.8 billion.
The elderly cat is getting a bit tired of the little monkey because he “is getting naughty” and “has started biting and pinching her.”
Many younger consumers find debt and rising prices make it impossible to save.