Federal court documents say Robert Doyle and Ronald Beasley Chaney III talked about planning attacks on synagogues and Black churches.
The shelter says anyone who calls with a tip doesn’t have to leave their name or testify in court.
We’ll have beautiful weather for the Grand Illumination on Friday!
VDOT says the crash happened on I-95 north at mile marker 82.
Abbott Trailways buses have been involved in six crashes in the past two years.
The ‘Save The Diamond Committee’ plans to present ideas to the public on Wednesday at 2:00 p.m. at the Richmond Public Library’s auditorium.
Lance Cpl. Joseph Scott Pemberton was sentenced to 6-12 years in jail, with time already spent in detention credited.
If you don’t have a clue where to start, we’ve got some ideas for you here.
This year, Virginia troopers cited 11,600 motorists for speeding and another 3,075 for reckless driving, both up from last year.
Terms of the agreement require the city to pay $3,000 in attorneys’ fees to the ACLU of Virginia.
Hopewell is one of the lowest paid in the region.
Richmond residents impacted by HIV share their stories ahead of World AIDS Day.
Allen poured in a career-high 34 points and hauled in 13 rebounds to lead the Spiders (4-2) past No. 14 ranked Cal 94-90.
An Iraq vet, a loving mom and a competitive skater turned police officer were killed during Friday’s shooting.
30-year-old Misael E. Maldonado Garcia was found lying in a drainage ditch in the near the entrance to the apartment complex.
The bond amount means Van Dyke will need $150,000 to be released.
Overall registration will be capped at 30,000.
This frown is almost guaranteed to put a smile on your face.
The BBB said the message will say “Warning IOS – Crash Report. Due to a third party application your phone iOS crashed.”
As the family waited in line, 6-month-old Zeke fell asleep just as his turn with Santa Claus came up.
He hopes someone will listen to one of his last requests as one of the world’s biggest “Star Wars” fans.
The image of the dog with thick gray tape across its mouth was posted Friday and exploded on the Internet.
Salvation Army officials say a couple dropped a $500,000 check into a red kettle Saturday outside a Cub Foods in suburban Minneapolis.