Effective January 2016, some bus routes will go onto snow routes to avoid dangerous streets that have historically proven to be challenging …
Virginia Blood Services is asking you to include a blood donation as part of your snow emergency preparations.
School officials have to consider road and parking lot conditions, heat and electricity in buildings and forecasted temps and wind chills.
Totals could reach anywhere from six inches to a foot-and-a-half of snow.
VDOT has already begun treating the interstates and heavily traveled roads with a salt water brine solution.
Everyone is stocking up for the big storm.
Central Virginia saw its first round of snow accumulations on Sunday, January 17.
WRIC viewers sent us photos of their pets in the January snow. Some aren’t fans of the weather, but others love it!
Potentially severe winter weather is on the way, and dealing with snow can cause a lot of aches, pains, and injuries.
Doctors say for the really little ones, add one more layer.
With single-digit temperatures moving in, you should be ready in case you get stranded on the road.
With temperatures dipping below freezing, frozen pipes could spell big trouble for your home.
If your vehicle needs service, it’s time to get it done now.
Virginia law says that pet owners need to provide adequate shelter for companion animals.
Winter storms can throw a whole variety of hazardous conditions at us.
What can you do right now to prepare for cold and flu season?