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The violence in Charlottesville is raising sharp questions about public safety at public assemblies.
1 person is dead and at least 19 others injured after a car drove into a crowded sidewalk at a protest in Charlottesville Saturday.
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Authorities say an act of arson is to blame for a fire at a Richmond school playground.
Residents of the Brighton Green community say speeding is all too common along Pinetta Drive, where the posted speed limit is 25mph.
After nearly 40 years on the job, Hopewell City Manager Mark Haley is preparing to say farewell.
President Donald Trump’s decision to pull the United States out of the Trans-Pacific Partnership is scaring Virginia farmers.
OIC helped 15 students this past school year and expects another 15 starting in September.
Dozens of people learned Friday they without a job after a Richmond restaurant abruptly closed its doors for good.
A sinkhole near homes in Richmond’s Carytown neighborhood is causing concerns for a property manager.
Chances are you want your child to find a hobby to participate in this upcoming school year.
The world’s largest online retailer recently announced a new facility in Ashland, opening up 300 jobs.
VCU Police Chief John Venuti said his unit aims to hold a full-scale training session at least once a year.
New Petersburg Police Chief Kenneth Miller says ‘National Night Out’ falls in line with his goals of more community engagement.