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Chesterfield Crews Knock Down Midlothian House Fire

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A house fire in Chesterfield forced one person to be transported to an area hospital Wednesday afternoon.According to firefighters, a fire in the living room of a home in the 3100 block of Terrybluff Drive in Midlothian was quickly brought under control shortly before 3:30 p.m. Wednesday.One person was inside the home at the time of the fire and was transported to a local hospital.It is unclear what the intent of the victim's injuries is, if any.This is a developing story. Stay with 8News for... More>>

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Virginia Same-Sex Marriages Placed on Hold by Supreme Court

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(AP) - Less than a day before same-sex couples could begin getting married in Virginia, the Supreme Court in Washington has placed a hold on those marriages.The court on Wednesday granted a request from a county clerk in northern Virginia to block same-sex marriages across the state while the issue is being appealed to the Supreme Court. The court provided no explanation for its order.Without court intervention, same-sex couples would have been allowed to wed as of Thursday.In January, the ju... More>>

Bob McDonnell Takes Stand In Corruption Trial

On Thursday, the prosecuting attorneys rested their case in the McDonnell trial. The defense is set to begin on Monday. (AP Photo) On Thursday, the prosecuting attorneys rested their case in the McDonnell trial. The defense is set to begin on Monday. (AP Photo)
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The financial expert hired by the defense was hit hard by prosecution on the stand while he testified this morning in court for former governor Bob McDonnell's corruption trial. More>>

Ferguson Shooting Grand Jury Could Decide in October Whether to Charge Cop

Ferguson police Officer Darren Wilson, shown in this screen shot via Facebook, earned police honor before fatal shooting. (PHOTO: ABC News) Ferguson police Officer Darren Wilson, shown in this screen shot via Facebook, earned police honor before fatal shooting. (PHOTO: ABC News)
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The grand jury looking into the Ferguson police shooting of unarmed teenager Mike Brown could take up to two months to hear all the evidence and decide whether or not to indict the police officer. More>>

Virginia Prepares for Possibility of Gay Marriage Thursday Video included

Unless the Supreme Court intervenes, gay couples could start getting married in Virginia as soon as August 21. (AP Photo) Unless the Supreme Court intervenes, gay couples could start getting married in Virginia as soon as August 21. (AP Photo)
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The State Registrar of Vital Records is drafting a revised marriage license form that will be used if the 4th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals' order ending Virginia's same-sex marriage ban goes into effect Thursday morning. More>>

Food Safety Specialists Warn Not to Eat Canned Soups, Sauces by Corfinio Foods

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Food safety staff from the Virginia Department of Agriculture and Consumer Services (VDACS) is warning people not to eat any canned soups or sauces made by Corfinio Foods of Richmond.
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Yellow Dot Program May Save Lives in Chesterfield

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To help save lives, the Chesterfield Adult Services Interagency Task Force and Chesterfield Triad have partnered to provide the Yellow Dot Program to county residents.
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Petersburg Destroys Blighted Properties In Attempt to Eradicate Drug Activity Video included

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The city of Petersburg is ripping down old homes that have become eyesores.The city has partnered with the military over the past few years for the program named "Operation Renew". On Tuesday, the Virginia National Guard demolished two homes on Dunlop Street. The city's goal is to destroy safe havens drug dealers other criminal activity.
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List of Clergy Ready to Perform Legal Gay Marriage in VA Released

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The People of Faith for Equality in Virginia (POFEV) released a list of 66 clergy ready to officiate and marry same-sex couples on the day the ruling becomes final. More>>

Man Braves Muddy Flood Waters to Rescue Elderly Woman From Car

MCSO crews rescue a woman trapped in flood waters. (PHOTO: ABC News) MCSO crews rescue a woman trapped in flood waters. (PHOTO: ABC News)
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A dramatic rescue in the midst of violent flooding in Arizona was caught on the camera. More>>

Rescue Kitten Lands Starring Role on Broadway, and You Could Take Him Home

Alfonso recently beat out 14 other kitties for a starring role on Broadway. (PHOTO: ABC News) Alfonso recently beat out 14 other kitties for a starring role on Broadway. (PHOTO: ABC News)
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A rescue kitten has gone from living on the edge to sitting in the catbird seat, after winning a coveted part in a new Broadway revival. More>>

Virginia Mom Pleads Guilty in Child Tattooing Case Video included

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A mother is headed to jail after admitting she used a heated razor blade to try and remove tattoos police say a baby sitter put on her two young daughters.
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Corona 12 Ounce Bottles Recalled for Glass in Beer

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Before you enjoy a cold one, you might want to check the label.
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California Patient Being Tested for Ebola

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A patient in California is being tested for Ebola Tuesday. More>>

Be Prepared: Thunderstorms Possible Today & Tomorrow

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This morning should be a pleasant and warm wake up, with partly sunny skies overhead. More>>

Hopes for 'Turning Point' in Ferguson Despite New Clashes Video included

Police arrest a man as they disperse a protest in Ferguson, Mo., Aug. 20, 2014. (PHOTO: ABC News) Police arrest a man as they disperse a protest in Ferguson, Mo., Aug. 20, 2014. (PHOTO: ABC News)
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Protesters and police faced off again in Ferguson, Mo. overnight, with a thrown water bottle briefly re-igniting the turmoil – but authorities are hopeful that unrest in the St. Louis suburb is reaching a turning point. More>>

Video Appears to Show Beheading of Journalist James Foley, Who Went Missing in Syria Video included

James Foley (PHOTO: ABC News) James Foley (PHOTO: ABC News)
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A disturbing video posted online appears to show a militant beheading American journalist James Foley and threatening a second American captive with a similar fate. More>>

Texas Governor Rick Perry Turns Himself In to Authorities

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(AP) - Texas Gov. Rick Perry was defiant Tuesday as he was booked on abuse of power charges, telling dozens of cheering supporters outside an Austin courthouse that he would "fight this injustice with every fiber of my being."The Republican, who is mulling a second presidential run in 2016, was indicted after carrying out a threat to veto funding for state public corruption prosecutors. He has long called the case a political ploy, and supporters chanting his name and holding signs - some say... More>>

Richmond Schools Rush to Repair Damage to High School Roof Video included

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Just when Richmond school leaders thought things couldn't get worse, an unexpected discovery at one of the district's largest high schools has left them scrambling to get repairs done.John Marshall High School was supposed to get a new roof eventually but after workers discovered part of the ceiling was leaking in the science wing of the classroom...
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'Throwback Thursday' Pic Captures Now-Married Couple in Preschool Parade

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The story of a now-viral Halloween photo started nearly a decade ago when a Florida man, Jason Roth, called his then-girlfriend, Jessica, with an unlikely question.“I said, ‘Were you by chance ever a genie?,'” Jason Roth told ABC News. “And she said, ‘Oh my gosh, I was.'”“I said, ‘Well I think you're two feet away from me in this picture I have,'” Roth recalled.The photo shows Jason Roth in a Superman outfit with Jessica just a few steps off to his side dressed as a genie."It's not like she's... More>>

Cost of Raising A Child On The Rise, Topping $245,000

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(CNNMoney) - To raise a child born in 2013 to the age of 18, it will cost a middle-income couple just over $245,000, according to newly released estimates from the U.S. Department of Agriculture. That's up $4,260, or almost 2%, from the year before. Estimates can vary widely depending on where you live and how much you earn. High-income families who live in the urban Northeast, for example, are projected to spend nearly $455,000 to raise their child to the age of 18, while low-income rural ... More>>

Robin Williams’ Inspiring Message to Ill Fan Before His Death

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(ABC News) - Before he apparently took his own life, Robin Williams sent an inspiring message to a young New Zealand woman battling terminal cancer.Vivian Waller, who's in an Auckland hospice suffering from lung, bowel and liver cancer, made a five-item bucket list after her cancer diagnosis in January, according to New Zealand's Sunday Star-Times. One of those items was to meet Williams.When Waller, 21, became too ill to travel to the United States, a friend reached out to Williams, who reco... More>>

VA Girl Gets Class Ring Back After It Was Lost in NC

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A young girl from Kilmarnock will be able to return to school with a prized possession thanks to the kindness of strangers.While on a family trip, Holly Smith, a high school senior, lost her class ring during a family trip to the Outer Banks of North Carolina. Her mother, Cammie, said that her daughter was devastated by the loss and the family searched for the ring, with no success.The ring held deep sentimental value to the teenager, who is intellectually disabled.“Holly got her class ring t... More>>

Do You Have a Back to School Health Checklist? Video included

Doctors at Patient First say now is the time to make sure your child has the required immunizations. Doctors at Patient First say now is the time to make sure your child has the required immunizations.
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Backpacks, notebooks and pencils. You are getting your child ready for class, but have you even thought of a back to school health checklist?Here are recommendations from doctors at Patient First. More>>

Peanut, Almond Butter Recalled Over Salmonella Risk

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(AP) - Peanut and almond butters sold at Whole Foods, Trader Joe's and other grocers are being recalled because of possible salmonella contamination.A unit of Hain Celestial Group Inc. says there have been reports of four illnesses that may be related to the nut butters. They were sold under the brand names Arrowhead Mills Peanut Butters, MaraNatha Almond Butters and Peanut Butters, and private label brands for Whole Foods, Trader Joe's, Kroger and Safeway.They were sold in Canada, the Domini... More>>

UPDATE: New Details in Hanover Death Investigation

James Wells, 26, was found deceased in a burned minivan on August 9 in Mechanicsville. If you have information that could help police solve this case, call 804-780-1000. (Photo: Hanover Sheriff's Office) James Wells, 26, was found deceased in a burned minivan on August 9 in Mechanicsville. If you have information that could help police solve this case, call 804-780-1000. (Photo: Hanover Sheriff's Office)
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Investigators are seeking the public's help in the death investigation of a man whose body was found inside a burned minivan  in Mechanicsville on August 9.
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Amusement Park Apologizes for Gun Shirt Error

Mario Alejandro, a former Marine who wasn't allowed into an amusement park because he was wearing a shirt with a red, white and blue rifle pictured on it has been given an apology. Credit: Marine Reconnaissance Foundation Facebook Page Mario Alejandro, a former Marine who wasn't allowed into an amusement park because he was wearing a shirt with a red, white and blue rifle pictured on it has been given an apology. Credit: Marine Reconnaissance Foundation Facebook Page
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(AP) - A former Marine who wasn't allowed into an amusement park because he was wearing a shirt with a red, white and blue rifle pictured on it has been given an apology.Mario Alejandro, who served four years in the U.S. Marine Corps, received a phone call from Six Flags Great Adventure President John Fitzgerald on Saturday apologizing, and he accepted, NJ.com reported.Alejandro, a father of three from Woodbridge, said he went to the park with his family on Aug. 9 wearing the shirt, which was... More>>

St. Louis Police Confirm Officer-Involved Shooting Video included

Crowds gather near the scene of a police-involved shooting in St. Louis, Mo. | Source: CNN Crowds gather near the scene of a police-involved shooting in St. Louis, Mo. | Source: CNN
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(CNN) - St. Louis police confirmed to media Tuesday afternoon that there has been another police involved shooting, not far from the city of Ferguson, where an unarmed teenager was shot and killed just days earlier.The incident took place outside of a convenience store where authorities say a man tried to rob the store while brandishing a knife.Once police arrived on the scene, authorities were unable to get the man to put down his weapon and he reportedly tried to attack police officers."The... More>>

VCU's Weber Offered Plan to Avoid Misdemeanor Charge Video included

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Less than a week after Virginia Commonwealth University announced that men's basketball senior guard Briante Weber would be suspended after violating team rules, a misdemeanor charge Weber faced in court may be dropped.Weber was charged with one count of petit larceny for an incident that occurred on July 25.That charge may be dropped once Weber completes 50 hours of community service. In addition, he would have to perform the service at a non-profit organization and pay restitution in order... More>>

Ferguson Cop Has No Temper, Is 'Struggling' With Shooting, Friend Says

Ferguson police Officer Darren Wilson, shown in this screen shot via Facebook, earned police honor before fatal shooting. (PHOTO: ABC News) Ferguson police Officer Darren Wilson, shown in this screen shot via Facebook, earned police honor before fatal shooting. (PHOTO: ABC News)
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The Ferguson police officer who has gone into hiding after being named as the cop who shot Michael Brown is not a "cold-blood murderer" as depicted by his harshest critics, but a man without a temper who is "struggling" with the aftermath of the shooting, his friend told ABC News. More>>

Testimony: Relationship Between McDonnell's Went "From Bad to Worse" Video included

A federal judge in Richmond is deciding whether to toss out most of the corruption charges against former Virginia Gov. Bob McDonnell and his wife, Maureen. A federal judge in Richmond is deciding whether to toss out most of the corruption charges against former Virginia Gov. Bob McDonnell and his wife, Maureen.
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Yesterday defense attorneys tried to show just how broken the McDonnell's marriage was.
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Chamberlayne Avenue Stabber Sentenced to Life in Prison

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The man who violently stabbed 44-year-old Della Scott dead and left 44-year-old Carolyn Chapman in the hospital with serious injuries will spend life behind bars. More>>

Head Out to the Spirit 76 Ride to Benefit CCHASM

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The Chesterfield and Colonial Heights Alliance for Social Ministry (CCHASM) is hosting the Spirit 76 Ride Saturday, September 6. More>>

8News Does the ALS Ice Bucket Challenge!

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Check it out! Some of the team from 8News decided to buck up and take the plunge into the deep end, doing the #ALSIceBucketChallenge. More>>

'Saturday Night Live' Announcer Don Pardo Dead at 96

Pardo's booming voice introduced generations of the Saturday Night Live cast, as well as guests. (PHOTO: ABC News) Pardo's booming voice introduced generations of the Saturday Night Live cast, as well as guests. (PHOTO: ABC News)
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Longtime announcer Don Pardo, the booming voice of “Saturday Night Live,” died Monday at 96. More>>

Man Accused of Beating West Broad Starbucks Employees in Court

Worku Asfaw Woldermariam is due in court at 9:30 Tuesday morning. He faces multiple charges including malicious wounding. Worku Asfaw Woldermariam is due in court at 9:30 Tuesday morning. He faces multiple charges including malicious wounding.
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The man charged with assaulting two Starbucks employees and a police officer is in court today. More>>

Blind 62-year-old Runs Across Country to Benefit Granddaughter's Disease

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Legally blind and 62 years old runner, David Kuhn is not letting anything stop him from running across country to reach a goal.
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"Vivacious" Show Honors Minnie Riperton Video included

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Vivacious, a musical tribute honoring RnB singer Minnie Riperton, chronicles her life, music, and times growing up in Chicago to her international stardom in Hollywood.
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New Girl Scout Camps Turn Out Tough Cookies

Girl Scouts of the USA are developing new camp programs to educate young girls about protective services and homesteading. (PHOTO: Girl Scouts of USA) Girl Scouts of the USA are developing new camp programs to educate young girls about protective services and homesteading. (PHOTO: Girl Scouts of USA)
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Girl Scouts of the USA may be best known for selling delicious cookies door to door each year, but when it comes to summertime activities the organization is thinking way outside the box these days.... and we're not talking about s'mores! More>>

Ferguson Volunteers Clean Up Glass, Shell Casings After Nightly Protests

Voluteers help the owners of Sam's Meat Market clean up after their business was looted during another night of rioting following protests over the shooting death of Michael Brown on August 16, 2014 in Ferguson, Missouri. (PHOTO: ABC News) Voluteers help the owners of Sam's Meat Market clean up after their business was looted during another night of rioting following protests over the shooting death of Michael Brown on August 16, 2014 in Ferguson, Missouri. (PHOTO: ABC News)
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Each day when the nightly violence in Ferguson, Missouri, subsides, Erma Dupree and other volunteers descend on the tense town's streets to sweep up the broken glass, shell casings and flung bottles.Dupree, 55, has been driving from her St. Louis home to Ferguson every day since last Monday.“I clean up the streets for about three hours during the day. I don't want to be around that area at night because of the tear gas being fired at the riots,” Dupree said.“It was just horrific. There was mo... More>>

Ferguson, Missouri: On the Ground in an American City Under Siege Video included

Rapper and young activist, who goes by the name Haiku, has documented the entire Ferguson situation on social media from the streets of Ferguson has turned the 29-year-old into a sort of viral sensation. (PHOTO: ABC News) Rapper and young activist, who goes by the name Haiku, has documented the entire Ferguson situation on social media from the streets of Ferguson has turned the 29-year-old into a sort of viral sensation. (PHOTO: ABC News)
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Rapper and young activist, who goes by the name Haiku, has documented the entire Ferguson situation on social media from the streets of Ferguson has turned the 29-year-old into a sort of viral sensation. More>>

Afternoon Thunderstorms Today Through Thursday Video included

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Low clouds and fog are going to be an issue for your morning commute, so be aware and keep those low lights on.
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Ebola Outbreak Worsens With Missing Patients, US Scare

The number of known infections – currently 2,127 – “vastly underestimate the magnitude of the outbreak,” according to staff at outbreak sites. (PHOTO: ABC News) The number of known infections – currently 2,127 – “vastly underestimate the magnitude of the outbreak,” according to staff at outbreak sites. (PHOTO: ABC News)
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The Ebola outbreak continues to spiral out of control amid reports of looting at a Liberian health center and the isolation of a traveler from Sierra Leone here in the U.S. More>>

Richmond City Audit Reveals Lack of Tracking of Millions of Dollars Video included

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An eye opening report from the Richmond city auditor was released at Monday night's school board meeting. The audit focused on nutrition services, training and development, and workers compensation.Millions and millions of dollars are spent in these areas and auditors found some of it is not being tracked, monitored, or accounted for.The majority of the problems were found in workers compensation claims paid by the Richmond Public School System.City auditors say the problem is RPS relies on a... More>>

Southside Regional Hospital Responds to Security Breach

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Limited personal identification data belonging to some patients who were seen at physician practices and clinics affiliated with (employed by) Southside Regional Medical Center (SRMC) over the past five years was transferred out of our organization in a criminal cyber-attack by a foreign-based intruder. More>>

Iowa Teen’s Eye Donation Rejected Because He Was Gay

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(CNN) – As a mother deals with the death of her son, she was dealt another piece of devastating news after being told her son's eye donation was rejected, because he was a homosexual. There has been an outpouring of support and debate on if the rules for organ and blood donation should be adjusted. “I was very happy to hear that a 14-year-old boy got his heart. He would have really liked that,” said the late 16-year-old's mother, Sheryl Moore. According to Moore, her son's liver, kidneys,... More>>

Richmond School Discuss Changes to Hiring Policy Video included

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Criminals will now be given the opportunity to fight for a job at Richmond Public Schools.Before Monday night, those with felonies and certain misdemeanors were ineligible but the school board voted that everyone will now have the chance to explain their situation to the superintendent. He can then present the case to the school board.“We have to find a way not to exclude people that are potentially viable in our school district because of something they did at the age of 18 or 20 or in their... More>>

Ice Bucket Challenge Raises Millions for ALS Association

Houston Texans Coach Bill O'Brien (center) Chief Operating Officer Cal McNair (right) and Houston Chronicle reporter Brian Smith take the ALS Ice Bucket Challenge Thursday to raise money for the ALS Association. (David J. Phillip/AP) Houston Texans Coach Bill O'Brien (center) Chief Operating Officer Cal McNair (right) and Houston Chronicle reporter Brian Smith take the ALS Ice Bucket Challenge Thursday to raise money for the ALS Association. (David J. Phillip/AP)
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It's a social media sensation that is chilling participants but providing awareness on a disease impacting thousands of men and women. The “Ice Bucket Challenge” has become part of millions of users' Facebook news feeds and Twitter timelines, as people from all walks of life donate to The ALS Association or pour ice-cold water on their heads. More>>

Richmond Mayor Responds to Public School's Repair Report Video included

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Just 15 days before students head back to class, Richmond Mayor Dwight Jones is responding to a new report that finds the city's public schools need at least $35 million in repairs. School leaders say major maintenance projects like replacing HVAC systems and crumbling buildings can't wait any longer. "I've got grandmothers calling me begging that their grandchild doesn't get put in a basement because they have asthma and we have mold issues," says School Board member, Kim Gray. "We have ... More>>

Robber Sought In Chesterfield Following Delivery Driver Theft

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Chesterfield County Police are searching for the man who robbed a pizza delivery driver Sunday evening in county.According to police, the victim was in his vehicle at the intersection of Jacobs and Fordham Roads when a man approached him, flashing a handgun and demanding money.After making off with an undisclosed amount of money, the man fled on foot.The suspect is described by authorities as a white male, approximately 5 feet 9 inches to six feet tall with a stocky build. He was last seen we... More>>

Teen Suspect Arrested in Connection to Shooting Murder

On Sunday, Logan Demetrius Miles was charged with murder and use of a firearm in relation to the death of Mr. Lorenzo Harris.  Further details are not being released at this time. (PHOTO: Henrico Police) On Sunday, Logan Demetrius Miles was charged with murder and use of a firearm in relation to the death of Mr. Lorenzo Harris. Further details are not being released at this time. (PHOTO: Henrico Police)
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Police have arrested and charged a teen in connection to a Henrico shooting on Newbridge Road. More>>

Support a Cause and Sample Fine Foods with Hospital Hospitality House Video included

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Support a great cause and try some delectable treats at the 9th annual Gilbane Restaurant Walk, hosted by the Hospital Hospitality House. More>>

Police Seek Robbery Suspect in Chesterfield

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A Hull Street Circle K was robbed in broad daylight on Sunday and police are still searching for the suspect.
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WATCH: Lion Saves Lion Cub at Zoo Miami

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A moment of uninhibited maternal instinct was captured on camera by a 10-year-old visitor to a Miami zoo. More>>

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  • Dogs Saved From Public Trash Compactor In Lunenburg County

    Dogs Saved From Public Trash Compactor In Lunenburg County

    Friday, August 8 2014 8:55 PM EDT2014-08-09 00:55:36 GMT
    Courtesy: Lunenburg County Sheriff's DepartmentCourtesy: Lunenburg County Sheriff's Department
    The Lunenburg County Sheriff's Office is looking for leads about who dumped four dogs into a public trash compactor on oral oaks road august 1st.An animal control officer got them out in the nick of time, saving their lives.The four dogs have received medical care and are now available for adoption at the Southside SPCAAnyone with information can call Lunenburg County Sheriff's Department at 434-696-4452. Copyright 2014 by Young Broadcasting of RichmondMore >>
    The Lunenburg County Sheriff's Office is looking for leads about who dumped four dogs into a public trash compactor on oral oaks road august 1st.An animal control officer got them out in the nick of time, saving their lives.The four dogs have received medical care and are now available for adoption at the Southside SPCAAnyone with information can call Lunenburg County Sheriff's Department at 434-696-4452. Copyright 2014 by Young Broadcasting of RichmondMore >>
  • Chesterfield Police Investigating Armed Robbery & Attempted Robbery

    Chesterfield Police Investigating Armed Robbery & Attempted Robbery

    Friday, August 8 2014 3:22 PM EDT2014-08-08 19:22:22 GMT
    Chesterfield Police are trying to track down a man who robbed two county convenience stores Friday morning within an hour of each other.More >>
    Chesterfield Police are trying to track down a man who robbed two county convenience stores Friday morning within an hour of each other.More >>
  • Twitter Report Shows Increase In Government Requests For User Info

    Twitter Report Shows Increase In Government Requests For User Info

    Friday, August 1 2014 3:56 PM EDT2014-08-01 19:56:06 GMT
    Twitter HQ Front DeskTwitter HQ Front Desk
    Over 271 million users log on to Twitter on a monthly basis, accounting for the 500 million tweets that are delivered daily. As the volume of information increases, so has the number of requests for user information and data from various world governments.More >>
    Over 271 million users log on to Twitter on a monthly basis, accounting for the 500 million tweets that are delivered daily. As the volume of information increases, so has the number of requests for user information and data from various world governments.More >>
  • Richmond Police Seeking Public's Help In Robbery Investigation

    Richmond Police Seeking Public's Help In Robbery Investigation

    Friday, August 1 2014 11:39 AM EDT2014-08-01 15:39:12 GMT
    Richmond Police detectives are asking for the public's help in identifying a man being categorized as a person of interest in an armed robbery in the city's East End.On Sunday, July 27, a woman was walking along the 800 block of North 30th Street when she was approached by an unknown male who robbed her at gunpoint.As the investigation continued, detectives were able to identify a person of interest from surveillance footage and are asking those with information to contact Richmond Police Dep...More >>
    Richmond Police detectives are asking for the public's help in identifying a man being categorized as a person of interest in an armed robbery in the city's East End.On Sunday, July 27, a woman was walking along the 800 block of North 30th Street when she was approached by an unknown male who robbed her at gunpoint.As the investigation continued, detectives were able to identify a person of interest from surveillance footage and are asking those with information to contact Richmond Police Dep...More >>
  • Man Who Swiped Sugar Shack Tip Jar Arrested

    Man Who Swiped Sugar Shack Tip Jar Arrested

    Friday, August 8 2014 7:05 PM EDT2014-08-08 23:05:51 GMT
    Peter M. Vasquez III  | Richmond PolicePeter M. Vasquez III | Richmond Police
    Richmond Police has arrested the man who allegedly stole a tip jar from a popular doughnut shop earlier this week. Detectives said that 30-year-old Peter M. Vasquez has been charged with theft from a building, a misdemeanor, for taking the jar from Sugar Shack Donuts on North Lombardy Street Monday evening.More >>
    Richmond Police has arrested the man who allegedly stole a tip jar from a popular doughnut shop earlier this week. Detectives said that 30-year-old Peter M. Vasquez has been charged with theft from a building, a misdemeanor, for taking the jar from Sugar Shack Donuts on North Lombardy Street Monday evening.More >>
  • Several Henrico County Police Officers Receive Promotions In Ceremony

    Several Henrico County Police Officers Receive Promotions In Ceremony

    Wednesday, August 6 2014 7:34 PM EDT2014-08-06 23:34:00 GMT
    Several Henrico County Police Department men and women received promotions Wednesday night in front of friends, family, and fellow colleagues.Nine officers were promoted during a ceremony at the Henrico County Training Center on East Parham Road.More >>
    Several Henrico County Police Department men and women received promotions Wednesday night in front of friends, family, and fellow colleagues.Nine officers were promoted during a ceremony at the Henrico County Training Center on East Parham Road.
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