Petersburg’s city treasurer is refusing to resign, even after the mayor asked him to do so.
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Crime Solvers in Chesterfield County and Colonial Heights are unveiling a new app to help solve crimes.
Police said that the woman fought back when the man attempted to rape her and was able to knock the gun away from him.
The store was set to go where the old Colonial Heights Court House sits now.
Sources tell 8News the school at the center of the investigation is A.P. Hill Elementary School, and that the accusations involve cheating o…
All 1,400 hydrants in the city have been tested to see if they are working properly, and if they don’t, they are put on a list to be replace…
The City of Petersburg will soon have new leadership in two key positions: City manager and police chief.
Political experts say the hostility between the two main political parties is the worst it’s been in 100 years.
City employees told 8News they welcome the new change.
Parents in Henrico had a final chance Thursday night to sway county leaders on plans for school redistricting.
Long lines to pay your taxes at Petersburg City Hall could soon be even worse. The city council is cutting two jobs from the treasurer’s off…
Since April 1st, the Dinwiddie County Sheriff’s Office says they have had seven dirt bikes stolen.
Virginia’s first responders who died in the line of duty were honored with a wreath laying ceremony Friday night.
An 8News investigation has uncovered just how often police are responding to Peabody Middle School in Petersburg.
More than 1,700 water customers in Petersburg have been undercharged on their bills for two years. Now, the city could make them pay up.
For Mark Talbott, the drive to collect baseball equipment for those less fortunate is personal.