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The FBI released this photo of Aaron Alexis while on the grounds of the Navy Yard one year ago. The FBI released this photo of Aaron Alexis while on the grounds of the Navy Yard one year ago.

Ceremony Marks Year Anniversary of Navy Yard Shooting Video included

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Tuesday marks one year since Aaron Alexis went on a shooting rampage inside the Washington Navy Yard, killing 12 people before being shot dead by police. Maryland congressman Steny Hoyer is scheduled to speak at today's event to honor the victims, survivors and their families, including three of Hoyer's constituents who were killed. Alexis, a former U.S. Navy reservist, was a 34-year-old information technology employee with a defense contractor, used a valid pass to get into the highly secure... More>>

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Richmond, Chesterfield to Announce Which Schools Fully Accredited Video included

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Richmond and Chesterfield will announce which schools in its districts are fully accredited today. This comes after Henrico County schools announced that more than 40% of the county's schools will likely be denied full accreditation this year. School accreditation is based on standards of learning or SOL scores.Statewide, those scores have dropped dramatically over the past couple of years, as the department of education increased the difficulty of the exams.Director of Communications for Hen... More>>

President Obama to Unveil Expanded Ebola Response Video included

Health workers in protective gear leave after carrying the body of a woman that they suspect died from the Ebola virus, in an area known as Clara Town in Monrovia, Liberia, Sept. 10, 2014. | AP Photo Health workers in protective gear leave after carrying the body of a woman that they suspect died from the Ebola virus, in an area known as Clara Town in Monrovia, Liberia, Sept. 10, 2014. | AP Photo
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President Obama plans to unveil today an expanded the U.S. response to the Ebola outbreak in West Africa, the worst outbreak of the disease in history.Obama, who has called the outbreak a national security priority, will outline new steps to address the crisis during a visit to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention in Atlanta.According to senior administration officials, the ramped up military effort centers on command and control, logistics, training and engineering support.With the... More>>

Marriott: Tip your housekeeper!

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(CNN) -- Marriott International is encouraging its guests to tip their housekeepers when they stay at their hotels.The hotel giant is leaving envelopes in over 160,000 rooms in the United States and Canada to encourage tipping those who clean guest rooms.Marriott is launching the program in conjunction with A Woman's Nation, an organization for the advancement of women in the workplace."Hotel room attendants often go unnoticed, as they silently care for the millions of travelers who are on th... More>>

Two Victims Killed in Hull St. Double Shooting Video included

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Two adults are dead this morning after a double shooting in the south side of the city overnight. More>>

Hero Gets a New Home After Devastating Fire

Captain "Flip" Klein and his wife Jessica. | ABC News Captain "Flip" Klein and his wife Jessica. | ABC News
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“We are looking forward to our ‘forever' home,” said Jessica. “When everything is uncertain – knowing this is actually going to be a reality is huge.” More>>

Pleasant Temps This Week and No Rain In Sight

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Very pleasant temperatures through the week, rainfall deficit approaching 6 inches, no significant rain anytime soon. More>>

3 Foreign Troops Killed in Suicide Attack in Afghanistan

NATO and Afghan security forces inspect the site of a suicide attack in Kabul, Afghanistan, Sept. 16, 2014. | AP Photo NATO and Afghan security forces inspect the site of a suicide attack in Kabul, Afghanistan, Sept. 16, 2014. | AP Photo
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Three foreign troops were killed in a suicide attack near the U.S. Embassy in Kabul, Afghanistan on Tuesday, authorities said, with the Taliban claiming responsibility for the attack. More>>

Detectives Search for East End Robbery Suspect

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Richmond Police detectives are trying to find a person of interest in connection with two crimes that involved a man brandishing a firearm. More>>

Crews Continue Search for Missing UVA Student Video included

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Late Monday night, search-and-rescue crews called off their search for a missing University of Virginia student. Investigators spent all day searching for any sign of 18-year-old Hannah Graham.It's been nearly three days since anyone has seen or heard from the second year student from Northern Virginia."It's frightening," said UVA student Renee Siegal. "This isn't something that happens often."Monday night, Charlottesville Police released images of Graham taken from a surveillance camera just... More>>

Charlottesville Police Search for Missing UVA Student Video included

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The Charlottesville Police Department is searching for a missing University of Virginia student, Hannah Elizabeth Graham, 18.

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George the Goldfish Swims After Lifesaving Surgery

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(ABC News) - A goldfish in Australia is swimming in its tank only days after undergoing a life-threatening surgery to remove a tumor from its head.The goldfish, named George, was brought into the Lort Smith Animal Hospital in North Melbourne, Australia, last week after its owner noticed it wasn't swimming or eating properly.Dr. Tristan Rich, head of Lort Smith's exotic and wildlife vet team, oversaw the surgery last Thursday that included putting the goldfish under anesthesia and using tissue... More>>

Governor Announces Agreement to Deal With Budget Shortfall Video included

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Governor Terry McAullife and Republicans announce they've reached an agreement to deal with a huge budget shortfall facing the state.Facing an $882 million shortfall over the next two years, the governor and top Republicans announced state agencies will have to cut about $200 million over the next two years. Colleges and universities will have to cut $45 million each of the next two years, and aid to localities will be reduced by $30 million each of the next two years.State agencies, colleges... More>>

Richmond Police Holding "Place of Worship Safety Forum" Saturday Video included

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The Richmond Police Department will be hosting a special forum focused on safety and security of places of worship.On Saturday, September 20 at the Richmond Police Training Academy from 9 a.m. to 12 p.m., the Place of Worship Safety and Awareness Forum will focus on providing houses of worship with information regarding emergency operations and planning for a spectrum of threats and hazards they may face.Speakers at the event will also discuss actions that may be taken before, during, and aft... More>>

Richmond Chief Admin. Officer Byron Marshall Resigns Video included

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According to a source, Richmond Chief Administrative Officer Byron Marshall resigned sometime Sunday afternoon.
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New Online Service Brings a Doctor to You

LiveHealth Online can connect you to a doctor with a smartphone or tablet app around the clock. LiveHealth Online can connect you to a doctor with a smartphone or tablet app around the clock.
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It always seems to happen; you are sick, but your primary care physician cannot see you for a few days, or your daughter hurt her knee during soccer practice. Does she need to make a trip to the doctor?  Now the doctor can come to you, thanks to a new service offered by Anthem Blue Cross Blue Shield. It's called LiveHealth Online. More>>

Family of Murdered Hopewell Cab Driver Still Seeking Answers Video included

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The family of a Hopewell cab driver found murdered in Mechanicsville is pleading for the public's help. They hope someone might come forward with information that will lead detectives to the young man's killer.James Wells' family is desperate to know what happened to him. More than a month after his death, there have been few leads and no arrests."He was our life and now he's gone," says the victim's father David Wells. "I'd like to know what happened, who did this. I'd like to ask them why."... More>>

Richmond Lieutenant On Leave After Domestic Incident Video included

Lt. Erlan Marshall (Photo courtesy: Richmond Police Department) Lt. Erlan Marshall (Photo courtesy: Richmond Police Department)
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After police responded to a domestic dispute at a Chesterfield home, a Richmond Police Department Lieutenant has been placed on leave. More>>

It's back! Fans Win Campaign to Bring Back Coca-Cola's SURGE Soda

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ATLANTA, GA (WABC) - Children of the 90s, your taste buds are about to celebrate.Coca-Cola confirms it's going old school and bringing back SURGE. The drink was marketed in the 1990's as a "fully loaded citrus soda with carbos."WATCH: Coca-Cola Announces Re-Release of SURGE sodaSURGE was supposed to be Coca-Cola's answer to PepsiCo's Mountain Dew. The drink debuted in 1996 but was discontinued in the early 2000s.Ever since, thirsty fans have been lobbying online to get it back on store shelve... More>>

Urban Outfitters Critizied for "Vintage" Bloody Sweatshirt Video included

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(CNN) -- Clothing chain Urban Outfitters is facing some serious backlash for selling a "vintage" Kent State University sweatshirt that many are calling highly offensive.The sweatshirt, which has red stains and small holes, has been removed from the retailer's website, but images have been circulating online and sparking outrage among consumers. If you aren't familiar with why people are upset, many find the sweatshirt offensive because the university was the site of a shooting at the school i... More>>

Adrian Peterson Sorry for the 'Hurt' He Brought to His Son

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(ABC News) - Adrian Peterson said today that he wants the public to "understand how sorry I feel about the hurt I have brought to my child."Peterson, the Minnesota Vikings running back who was benched after being charged with child abuse for allegedly disciplining his son with a switch, made his first public statement on the issue today."I am not a perfect son. I am not a perfect husband. I am not a perfect parent, but I am, without a doubt, not a child abuser," he said in a statement release... More>>

Man Assaulted By Costumed Batman, Spider-Man in Times Square

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TIMES SQUARE (WABC) -- A 22-year-old man was assaulted by two costumed characters in Times Square on Saturday night. One was dressed as Batman, and the other was dressed as Spider-Man.The incident occurred just after 10 p.m. at 1500 Broadway.Police say the victim was hit multiple times in the face, causing swelling and a visible injury to his left eye. No other information was available on the nature of the fight.35-year-old Abdel Elkshezai and 41-year-old Jose Escalona-Martinez, both of Manh... More>>

Richmond Police Searching for Gas Station Robber

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Police are seeking the public's help in finding a man who robbed a Richmond convenience store at gunpoint earlier this month.According to Richmond Police, a man walked in the BP Amoco gas station in the 2800 block of Broad Rock Blvd and robbed the employee working their at gunpoint.Detectives ask anyone with any information about this man's identity to call Second Precinct Detective Derrick Longoria at (804) 646-8171 or Crime Stoppers at 780-1000. Citizens can also text Crime Stoppers at 2746... More>>

Reports: Redskins' RGIII Says He Has No Fracture

Washington Redskins quarterback Robert Griffin III [10] passes the ball during the first half of an NFL football game against the Jacksonville Jaguars, Sunday, Sept. 14, 2014, in Landover, Md. | AP Photo Washington Redskins quarterback Robert Griffin III [10] passes the ball during the first half of an NFL football game against the Jacksonville Jaguars, Sunday, Sept. 14, 2014, in Landover, Md. | AP Photo
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Two media outlets are reporting that Robert Griffin III says an MRI showed no broken bones in his injured left ankle, leaving open the possibility that he could play again this season. More>>

Chesterfield Man Charged After Assaulting Woman in School Parking Lot

Melvin D. Hunt (PHOTO: Chesterfield Police) Melvin D. Hunt (PHOTO: Chesterfield Police)
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A woman had several inches of her hair cut off when a man assaulted her in the parking lot of Elizabeth Davis Middle School. More>>

Va. Budget Announcement: State Agencies Must Slash Budgets Video included

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McAuliffe and leaders of the General Assembly are scheduled to attend a news conference on the agreement Monday. More>>

Police Search for Man Stealing Purses From Chesterfield Churches

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Police are looking for help to solve a string of larcenies from churches and their parking lots. An unknown male has been entering several churches throughout Chesterfield County. More>>

75-100 Car Tires Slashed Overnight at Henrico Apartment Complex Video included

75-100 cars had their tires punctured sometime overnight at an apt complex in Henrico. 75-100 cars had their tires punctured sometime overnight at an apt complex in Henrico.
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Residents in the Abbington West End Apartments woke up to a nightmare this morning.
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Frantic Search for Gunman Who Ambushed Pennsylvania State Police Troopers

One trooper was killed and another was injured in a shooting at the State Police Barracks in Blooming Grove Township, Pa., Sept. 12, 2014. (PHOTO: Pennsylvania State Police) One trooper was killed and another was injured in a shooting at the State Police Barracks in Blooming Grove Township, Pa., Sept. 12, 2014. (PHOTO: Pennsylvania State Police)
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Authorities are searching for the gunman who ambushed two Pennsylvania State Police Troopers, leaving one dead and the other seriously injured. More>>

Miss New York Becomes New Miss America; Miss Virginia First Runner-Up Video included

Miss New York Kira Kazantsev walks the runway after she was named Miss America 2015, Sept. 14, 2014, in Atlantic City, N.J. and Miss Virginia Courtney Paige Garrett answers questions in the Miss America pageant on Wednesday, September 10. Miss New York Kira Kazantsev walks the runway after she was named Miss America 2015, Sept. 14, 2014, in Atlantic City, N.J. and Miss Virginia Courtney Paige Garrett answers questions in the Miss America pageant on Wednesday, September 10.
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Miss New York Kira Kazantsev won the Miss America pageant Sunday night, with the help of a red plastic cup. The first runner-up was Miss Virginia Courtney Paige Garrett. More>>

Richmond Ballet Opens Season with "Studio One" This Month

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The show features a special performance called iNVERSION, a multimedia piece from New York-based choreographer, Darrall Grand Moultrie.
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8News Talks to Dancing With The Stars' Alfonso Ribeiro & Janel Parrish Video included

Dancing With The Stars' Alfonso Ribiero & Janel Parrish Dancing With The Stars' Alfonso Ribiero & Janel Parrish
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8News anchor Morgan Dean had the lucky chance to sit down with Dancing with the Stars' Alfonso Ribeiro and Janel Parrish. More>>

Adrian Peterson Case Brings Scrutiny to Child Spanking

The pending child abuse case against Minnesota Viking Adrian Peterson has brought spanking back into public scrutiny, Between 70 percent and 90 percent of Americans admit to using some form of physical force when disciplining their kid. The pending child abuse case against Minnesota Viking Adrian Peterson has brought spanking back into public scrutiny, Between 70 percent and 90 percent of Americans admit to using some form of physical force when disciplining their kid.
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The pending child abuse case against Minnesota Viking Adrian Peterson has brought spanking, a common form of child discipline used by parents, back into public scrutiny. More>>

"Know Your Status:" Free HIV/STI Testing in Richmond Video included

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People in central Virginia are encouraged to check their HIV status this week. The Richmond City Health District and local organizations have teamed up for the "Citywide Push" event Sept. 14-19. More>>

'I'm Baa-aack!': Hillary's 2016 Unofficial Start in Iowa

Former Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton speaks during U.S. Sen. Tom Harkin's annual fundraising Steak Fry, Sept. 14, 2014, in Indianola, Iowa. | AP Photo Former Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton speaks during U.S. Sen. Tom Harkin's annual fundraising Steak Fry, Sept. 14, 2014, in Indianola, Iowa. | AP Photo
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If and when Hillary Clinton runs for president again, history will record that her campaign began with a swarm of young and "ready" activists and stage-managed banter about grilled hunks of Iowa meat. More>>

Woman Locates Newlyweds in 9/11 Photo Found in Rubble

A woman posted a 9/11 wedding photo found at Ground Zero on Twitter every year since the tragedy hoping to find its owner. (PHOTO: Elizabeth Stringer Keefe) A woman posted a 9/11 wedding photo found at Ground Zero on Twitter every year since the tragedy hoping to find its owner. (PHOTO: Elizabeth Stringer Keefe)
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Elizabeth Stringer Keefe has been on a 13-year mission to return this beautiful wedding photo found in the rubble at Ground Zero days after the 9/11 attacks. And she's finally found them. More>>

White House Still Seeks Coalition in Mideast War Video included

White House Chief of Staff Denis McDonough, saying the United States is at war with ISIS, expressed confidence in the Iraqi army to take on the militant Islamic group even though it has failed to do so in the past. (PHOTO: ABC News) White House Chief of Staff Denis McDonough, saying the United States is at war with ISIS, expressed confidence in the Iraqi army to take on the militant Islamic group even though it has failed to do so in the past. (PHOTO: ABC News)
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The White House said it will find countries willing to send troops to fight Islamic extremists. This comes as the global push to end the militants' tyranny surges Monday.
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Good News: Pleasant This Week with Little Rain

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Very pleasant this week, mainly dry with very little rain, temperatures on par for this time of year. More>>

Ray Rice Reportedly Plans to Appeal Suspension Video included

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Sources say that Ray Rice is expected to appeal his indefinite suspension from the NFL.

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Central Virginia Food Truck Rodeo Brings Extra Boost for Local Businesses

The first ever Central Virginia Food Truck Rodeo on Sunday featured 30 Richmond-area food trucks. The first ever Central Virginia Food Truck Rodeo on Sunday featured 30 Richmond-area food trucks.
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The first ever Central Virginia Food Truck Rodeo on Sunday featured 30 Richmond-area food trucks offering a variety of dishes. Organizers say about 12,000 people came out throughout the day to the event at Chesterfield Towne Commons."Virginia has never seen so many trucks come together in one location for an event that has this eclectic of a venue,” said Patrick Harris, owner of Boka Truck and an event organizer.That meant long lines, but it also meant big money.“People start dropping 20/30 b... More>>

Homicide Victim Identified In Petersburg

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Petersburg Police have identified the man found dead inside a car early Saturday morning as Jimmell Jones, 33, of Petersburg...
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Sisters Give Birth to Boys at Same Hospital, Hours Apart

 Two sisters, one from Philadelphia and the other from Conshohocken, both gave birth to boys at the same hospital, within 24 hours of each other. (Photo: 6 ABC) Two sisters, one from Philadelphia and the other from Conshohocken, both gave birth to boys at the same hospital, within 24 hours of each other. (Photo: 6 ABC)
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Brigid and Emily are sisters and also new moms. They both had the same due date, so they knew their babies would arrive around the same time. More>>

Henrico Police Reach Out to Residents After Increase in Car Thefts

Henrico police officers handed out flyers about ways to make sure residents don't become victims of car thefts Henrico police officers handed out flyers about ways to make sure residents don't become victims of car thefts
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Henrico police officers hit several neighborhoods Saturday, knocking on doors and passing out flyers in an effort to prevent crime in the area.“During the past couple of months we have seen an uptake in larcenies from autos, and what we're doing now is hoping to engage the public,” said Lt. Shawn Diasparra with the Henrico Police Department.So far this year, there have been almost 1,200 reports of car larcenies in the county, a big chunk of those happened in the Nine Mile / Laburnum area.“In ... More>>

Investigations Underway Into Ohio Prison Escape

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LIMA, Ohio (AP) -- Criminal and internal investigations are underway to determine how a convicted killer of three Ohio high school students managed to escape from prison, along with two other inmates, state correction officials say.Outside experts also will review procedures of the Ohio Department of Rehabilitation and Correction and recommend possible improvements, the agency said.Authorities say the three inmates, including school shooter T.J. Lane, escaped from prison in Lima in northweste... More>>

Henrico Officials Investigating Three Water Main Breaks Within Hours Video included

Henrico Public Utilities crews responded to three separate water main breaks within hours of eachother Henrico Public Utilities crews responded to three separate water main breaks within hours of eachother
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There were three water main breaks in Henrico County in just a matter of hours Friday, and county officials are investigating the cause of all of them. Two of those incidents caused 200 customers to lose water for hours.Trish Morris has a front row seat as Henrico crews work to fix a major water main break just feet from her house off Waltham Dr."It's quite severe,” she said.It's also not the first time it's happened. Morris says they had a break in the same location less than a year ago."And... More>>

Community Comes Together for Mother Fighting Cancer Video included

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Friday night football brought a community together for an Amelia mother fighting cancer.Kim Swearengin was diagnosed with ovarian cancer last December. Her husband, Allen, is the Amelia County High School athletic director.During Friday's game against Buckingham County High School, fans wore teal ribbons, shirts, beads, and stickers. Players on both teams wore teal socks.It's all to raise awareness for Kim's battle and ovarian cancer.“She feels like she was chosen to have it so she can be an ... More>>

High Schooler Wants This Photo for Yearbook Portrait

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(WFAA) - Draven Rodriguez told The Daily Gazette yesterday that he wanted something different for his yearbook photo -- something his friends will always remember. So he picked his photo -- with lasers! -- with his cat, Mr. Bigglesworth.But the school has told Rodriguez that while he can submit the photo to be in the yearbook, he can't use it as his official senior portrait.Thus the petition drive-- which had 2,329 signatures this morning, surpassing his goal of 500 signatures -- plus the nat... More>>

Attorney: Adrian Peterson Indicted on Child Abuse

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The attorney for Adrian Peterson says the Minnesota Vikings star running back has been indicted by a Texas grand jury on a charge of child abuse.Attorney Rusty Hardin says the charge in Montgomery County accused Peterson of using a branch, or switch, to spank his son. He says Peterson has cooperated with authorities and "used his judgment as a parent to discipline his son."He says Peterson regrets the incident and never intended to harm the boy.The allegations come during a week in which the ... More>>

Family With Sickened Child Suspects It Was Enterovirus Video included

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Parents of one of the children admitted to St Mary's hospital with possible enterovirus are sharing their story.Tests to determine if they had the rare virus were inconclusive so the results have been sent to the CDC.The enterovirus has sickened more than a thousand kids nationwide.Causing parents to worry including the parents of three year old Bella who was admitted to St. Mary's on Tuesday.‘She enjoyed the attention, of course after 3 days she's ready to get out of her hospital bed and hos... More>>

Third Henrico Water Main Break on Friday Closes Road Video included

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A third water main break in Henrico on Friday closed a road Friday evening; Waltham Drive is expected to be closed overnight. More>>

Hanover Schools Install a New Emergency Alert System Video included

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A new emergency alert system installed in every school and Board of Education Office in Hanover County could get police to your child's school a lot faster.The sheriff's office knows the horrific scenes from the mass shooting at Sandy Hook Elementary School in Newtown, Connecticut still haunt parents across the country.School violence is a real fear, since Sandy Hook there have been more than 70 school shootings.Lt. Chris Whitley with the Hanover County Sheriff's Office says "At the end of th... More>>

Board Member Concerned About Drop in VSU Enrollment Video included

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"There is a crisis."That is how one board of visitors member is describing the situation at Virginia State University as the school is experiencing a large drop in enrollment and students are saying that they are feeling the effects.Some upperclassmen students of the Chesterfield University said that they have noticed big changes on campus, including having their dining options taken away, leaving them with limited options for places to eat.Terone Green says he is a member of the governing bo... More>>

Camden's Cause is Positively Richmond Video included

Camden's Cause officially became a nonprofit last year. Camden's Cause officially became a nonprofit last year.
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At any given moment, there are a thousand people of all ages living on Richmond streets, and a 12-year-old Hanover boy is determined to reach out and give all of them some help and some hope. More>>

Two Henrico Water Main Breaks Disrupt Service to 200 Homes Video included

Two different water main breaks disrupted water service to about 200 Henrico count homes Friday. Two different water main breaks disrupted water service to about 200 Henrico count homes Friday.
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Two separate water main breaks in Henrico County spewed hundreds of gallons of water onto area roads Friday and disrupted water service about 200 homes. More>>

Henrico Schools Facing Accreditation Slip Video included

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More than 40-percent of Henrico County schools will likely be denied full accreditation this year.Wilder Middle School is one of them. It has been on a state warning list for the past three years and is expected to lose its accreditation next week."Something has to give something. Something has to change," says Enoch Love, whose son is a seventh grader at Wilder."He went from loving to go to school to not really wanting to go to school anymore. he didn't feel like he was learning anything wit... More>>

Labor of Love As Area Families Raise Canine Companions Video included

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Some special women in Central Virginia are using their money, time, and talents to raise puppies for those in need.Terri Laundon and Charlotte Underwood are foster parents to Wiggles and Erin- two Labradors that will eventually be placed in homes of those with special needs.“Our job from eight weeks until they're about 18-20 months old is to teach them their house manners, introduce them to 35 or so commands, and take them out in public,” said Laundon.They're volunteers with Canine Companions... More>>

Randolph-Macon College to Host Brat-Trammell Debate

Jack Trammell (left) & David Brat (right) Jack Trammell (left) & David Brat (right)
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Randolph-Macon College announced today that the college's Ashland campus will serve as host of the debate between candidates vying for the U.S. House of Representatives District 7 election on October 28.David Brat Jack Trammell, who are both faculty members of the college, will have their debate in the Blackwell Auditorium on October 28 at 7:30 p.m."Randolph-Macon College has a rich history of faculty, staff and students making significant contributions to our government and our society," sa... More>>

Police Search for Suspect in Attempted Robbery

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Police are looking for the man who tried to rob a Chesterfield County gas station early Thursday morning.According to investigators, a man entered the Exxon has station in the 15000 block of Woods Edge Road just after 3:30 a.m. on September 11. The suspect entered the business, flashed a handgun, and demanded money from the register.The cashier on duty engaged the suspect in a struggle, at one point, swinging a mop at the suspect. The man was able to remove the mask worn by the suspect. After... More>>

Board Member: Virginia State University 'In Trouble' Video included

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A member of Virginia State University's Board of Visitors is raising concerns about the state of the Petersburg school. More>>

Chesterfield Mom Gets 10 Yr. Suspended Sentence in Accidental Death of Toddler

Tabitha Inge entered an Alford plea in court on Thursday; she was sentenced to 10 years in prison, with all 10 years suspended. (Photo: Chesterfield Police) Tabitha Inge entered an Alford plea in court on Thursday; she was sentenced to 10 years in prison, with all 10 years suspended. (Photo: Chesterfield Police)
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The Chesterfield mother whose daughter accidentally hanged herself in a car window after being left alone for several minutes entered a plea to felony child neglect Thursday. More>>

Several Robberies in Richmond Overnight

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Police responded to several armed robberies last night along West Broad Street and Midlothian Turnpike. More>>

Colonial Beach School Fire Ruled Arson

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Virginia State Police have determined that a former Colonial Beach Elementary School was burnt down by an arsonist. More>>

2 Navy Fighter Jets Crash in Western Pacific, Pilot Missing Video included

A file photo from the U.S. Navy shows an F/A-18E Super Hornet landing on the deck of the aircraft carrier USS Carl Vinson on Aug. 23, 2014. | ABC News A file photo from the U.S. Navy shows an F/A-18E Super Hornet landing on the deck of the aircraft carrier USS Carl Vinson on Aug. 23, 2014. | ABC News
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One of the pilots has been rescued, but Navy ships and helicopters continue the search for the second. More>>

Children of Uzi Shooting Victim Charles Vacca Pen Letter to 9-Year-Old Girl

"We pray for you and we wish you peace," the children tell girl who accidentally shot their dad. | ABC News "We pray for you and we wish you peace," the children tell girl who accidentally shot their dad. | ABC News
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The children of the Arizona weapons instructor who was killed last month when his 9-year-old student accidentally shot him with an Uzi  have penned a letter to the the young girl. More>>

8News Pet of the Week: Amie the Adorable Kitten

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Amie is an adorable 2-month-old kitten that is truly as sweet as she can be.
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Notorious High School Shooter T.J. Lane in Custody After Prison Escape Video included

This photo from the Lima Police Department shows Thomas "T.J." Lane III, who police say escaped from prison, September 11, 2014. | ABC News This photo from the Lima Police Department shows Thomas "T.J." Lane III, who police say escaped from prison, September 11, 2014. | ABC News
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T.J. Lane, who was serving three life sentences for a notorious high school shooting spree, escaped from an Ohio prison but was later taken back into custody. More>>

Burger King Introduces All Black Cheeseburger in Japan

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Burger King's latest creation is quite the fashion statement. More>>

How US Would Conduct the Syrian Rebel-Training Program

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A key component of the Obama administration's strategy to “degrade and destroy” ISIS in Iraq and Syria is the training and arming of moderate Syrian rebel fighters.
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Kids Accidentally Drink Bleach Mix at Day Care Video included

Children from the Growing Tree Learning Center II daycare center in Jersey City, N.J., who accidentally ingested a mixture of water and bleach are placed on an EMT bus to be brought to the Jersey City Medical Center on Thursday, Sept. 11, 2014. | AP Photo Children from the Growing Tree Learning Center II daycare center in Jersey City, N.J., who accidentally ingested a mixture of water and bleach are placed on an EMT bus to be brought to the Jersey City Medical Center on Thursday, Sept. 11, 2014. | AP Photo
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More than two dozen children and two adults accidentally drank a mixture of bleach and water at a day care center Thursday and were briefly hospitalized. More>>

Cooler Today, Showers Tomorrow

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Cooler today, humidity breaks during the day; showers on Saturday – not a washout, partly sunny; very pleasant Sunday.

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Amelia Academy Students Come Together in Memory of 9/11

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Each year, the students place the flags and organize the "Never Forget" program to mark the anniversary of the terrorist attacks.
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Oscar Pistorius Guilty of Culpable Homicide, Judge Rules Video included

Oscar Pistorius takes his seat in the dock in court in Pretoria, South Africa, Sept. 11, 2014. | ABC News Oscar Pistorius takes his seat in the dock in court in Pretoria, South Africa, Sept. 11, 2014. | ABC News
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A South African judge found Oscar Pistorius guilty today of culpable homicide in the 2013 shooting death of his girlfriend Reeva Steenkamp.
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Henrico Schools See Drop in Accreditation Ratings, Parents Concerned

Henrico School Officials released preliminary results for 2014-2015 school accreditation ratings Henrico School Officials released preliminary results for 2014-2015 school accreditation ratings
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Henrico School Officials released preliminary results for 2014-2015 school accreditation ratings, showing that 11 schools have dropped in ratings from last year. The Virginia Department of Education will release official results on Tuesday, September 16.Yolanda Magee has two kids at Highland Springs High School. She--like many parents--is concerned with the recent drop in accreditation ratings in the county.“My kids—I want them to be able to compete because when they go to college they're goi... More>>

Philadelphia Eagles RB LeSean McCoy Responds to Burger Tip Controversy

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PHILADELPHIA (WPVI) -- Philadelphia Eagles running back LeSean McCoy has responded to the tipping controversy that has heated up the internet this week."The 20 cent tip was kind of a statement," McCoy told reporters Thursday afternoon during a scheduled press conference. "I didn't do anything wrong and if I had to do it again, I'd do it the same way."The controversy began after the owner of PYT, a Northern Liberties restaurant know for unique burger combinations, posted an image that allegedl... More>>

Verizon Offers iPhone 6 for Free

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The iPhone 6 hasn't even been released yet, but there's already a way to get it for free. In an unusual move, Verizon Wireless (VZ, Tech30) announced Tuesday it would give away one of the phones Apple revealed earlier this week.The catch? Customers must turn in their old iPhone and sign a two-year agreement with Verizon.Carriers usually offer a discount on phones to customers who sign a service contract, and sometimes offer older versions for free. But it is rare for a carrier to offer the la... More>>

Army Officer Denied Entry to His Daughter's High School for Wearing His Uniform

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ROCHESTER HILLS, Mich. -- When Lt. Colonel Sherwood Baker tried to meet his daughter, who was sitting in the counseling office at her high school, the Army officer was denied entrance by school security. When Baker asked why he couldn't enter the office building, security told him that the school's policy does not allow military uniforms because it may 'offend students.'The incident occurred at Rochester Adams High School in Oakland County, MI near Detroit.Sherwood's wife, Rachel Ferhadson, w... More>>

Yoga Studio Feels Heat After Sept. 11 promotion

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ARLINGTON, Va. (AP) - The owners of an Arlington yoga studio faced a strong backlash to a Twitter promotion they ran for their business that riffed on the Sept. 11 anniversary.Frank Machnick, co-owner of Bikram Arlington, sent a tweet Thursday morning on his company's account, "9 + 11 = 20% OFF! PATRIOT DAY SALE." He pulled the tweet down after a wave of criticism that the promotion was insensitive to the somber nature of the anniversary.In an interview, Machnick acknowledged the tweet was a ... More>>

Main Gate to Quantico Reopens Following Police Activity

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The main gate to the Marine Corps Base Quantico remains closed at this hour due to "police activity."In a post on their website, "At approximately 2:45 p.m. a military working dog trained in explosive detection indicated on a vehicle at the main gate on Fuller Road."Military police at the scene closed the gate and "explosive ordnance disposal Marines responded to the scene and has searched the vehicle."Quantico officials said that the gate remains closed with no timetable for it to reopen. Th... More>>

Test Results Inconclusive In Children Hospitalized at St. Mary's Video included

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Doctors still can't confirm what put nearly a dozen children into a Henrico County hospital.Earlier this week, physicians admitted 11 kids to Saint Mary's Hospital. They suspected the patients may have had Enterovirus D-68But today, test results came back inconclusive.Doctors say the tests confirmed the patients suffered from a virus, but didn't determine which kind of virus."We don't know yet what caused the illness. Whether they were all sick from the same virus, different viruses and wheth... More>>

Female Player Take to the Field At J.R. Tucker High School Video included

Junior Juju Pamplona of J.R. Tucker High School Junior Juju Pamplona of J.R. Tucker High School
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Juju Pamplona is a Junior at J.R. Tucker High School and decided one day before the fall, she wanted to play football. But not kicker or quarterback, she wanted to hit people.“I kind of taught myself how to play football, how to throw a ball.”In fall camp, she tried out for the football team and made the cut, impressing Tigers Head Varsity Coach George Earle,“For somebody to go through two-a-days and hitting and that, they're ready to play in a game. Juju's a tough girl.”She plays fullback an... More>>

Go R******s: Who won't say the name of D.C.'s team?

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(CNN) - The controversy surrounding the use of "Redskins" as the name of Washington's NFL football team has migrated to an unlikely place: Off the sports pages and into the crafts section.Etsy announced Tuesday that it will no longer allow use of the Redskins name or logo on products sold on their website. "We also understand that some fans view the name and mascot as an homage to Native Americans," the company said, "and we do not doubt their noble intent, but the fact remains that Native Am... More>>

8News Investigates: Defense Industry Dollars & Va. Congressmen Video included

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On this 13th Anniversary of 9/11, local lawmakers are questioning if the lines between police and military have been blurred in the war on terrorism.8News Anchor Kerri O'Brien recently exposed some heavy military equipment like MRAP's, mine resistant vehicles, in the hands of local law enforcement.8NEWS INVESTIGATES: Police Militarization Around Central VirginiaNow, 8News has learned more about the lawmakers who have supported this and their ties to defense contractors.Kerri's uncovered, in J... More>>

Tips For Protecting Your Identity Following Recent Hacks Video included

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The addresses and passwords for 5 million Gmail accounts have been leaked. It's just the latest in a number of accounts hacked this year including credit cards from some popular retailers.Last year, Target had a huge breach and most recently Home Depot admitted hackers broke into its computer systems, possibly stealing millions of customer's debit and credit card information. Experts say anytime you do anything electronic, you're vulnerable. They say there are things you can do to protect you... More>>

Chesterfield Police Identify Woman Killed in Home Video included

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Investigators have identified the woman who was shot in her home in Chesterfield County and released the name of the husband who has been charged in connection to her death.According to Chesterfield County Police, police responded to a home in the 3400 block of Summerbrooke Drive for a possible shooting. Police say that, almost at the same time, a man arrived at police headquarters in the county claiming to have shot his wife at their residence at the same address.Police gained entry into the... More>>

Depression Therapy Offers Patients Alternative to Medication Video included

Debbie Denny started receiving transcranial magnetic stimulation in July. Debbie Denny started receiving transcranial magnetic stimulation in July.
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If you are dealing with depression, you know what it is like to be consumed with sadness. Unfortunately, up to a third of all patients do not respond to medication, but now there is a relatively new therapy allowing some to get their lives back. More>>

Richmond Home Damaged by Fire, Smoke

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A home has been thoroughly damaged by smoke after a house fire in the 2600 block of Redwood Avenue Thursday afternoon.
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Driver Indicted in Crash That Killed Area Nurse Video included

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A Henrico County grand jury has indicted 31-year-old Jimmy Lee Green in connection with a deadly crash that left a 23-year-old nurse and two others injured in June of this year.Green was indicted on driving while intoxicated charges and aggravated involuntary manslaughter after a June 18 crash where police say that Green crashed in 23-year-old Melissa Haislip's car.His trial date is scheduled to be set on September 12.According to police on June 18, a Dodge Charger was traveling north on Old ... More>>

Power Outage Forces School To Dismiss Early

Dominion Map Shows the Thursday Morning Outage Peaked Around 2,500 Customers In The Dark Dominion Map Shows the Thursday Morning Outage Peaked Around 2,500 Customers In The Dark
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Dominion Virginia Power says that a vehicle accident caused a major outage downtown Thursday morning. More>>

Victim In Petersburg Hotel Shooting Dies, Arrest Made Video included

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The man who was shot at a Petersburg hotel has died from his injuries.According to Petersburg Police, 39-year-old Laquain Roberson died from his injuries at VCU Medical Center in Richmond after being shot at the Knights Inn hotel near the intersection of East Wythe Street and South Crater Road.Leads from witnesses in the area and other evidence led police to identify 21-year-old Melvin Ellis, III as a suspect. Petersburg Police worked together with the Capital Area Regional Task Force and arr... More>>

Woman Shot By Officer Charged with Attempting to Kill Policeman Video included

Melissa Alexander, 43, has been charged with attempted capital murder of a police officer following a police pursuit and officer shooting in Colonial Heights on August 24. (Photo: Virginia State Police) Melissa Alexander, 43, has been charged with attempted capital murder of a police officer following a police pursuit and officer shooting in Colonial Heights on August 24. (Photo: Virginia State Police)
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Following a police pursuit in Colonial Heights on August 24, a South Carolina woman has been charged with attempted capital murder of a police officer.
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Police Search Greene Acres Lake in Greene County Video included

An 8News viewer sent in this picture of police searching Green Acres Lake in Greene County. An 8News viewer sent in this picture of police searching Green Acres Lake in Greene County.
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 This lake was searched multiple times in the Samantha Clarke disappearance. Randy Taylor was a suspect in the case. He spoke to Samantha immediately before her disappearance.


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Family Honors Man's Memory With Modern Message In a Bottle

Melvin's message in a bottle before it was thrown back into the Pacific Ocean. Melvin's message in a bottle before it was thrown back into the Pacific Ocean.
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A California family honored a loved one's memory by scattering his ashes in the sea and throwing a message in a bottle into the Pacific Ocean with the hope that others will find it. More>>

Commemorating the 13th Anniversary of 9/11 Video included

Gov. McAuliffe takes part in a moment of silence at the Virginia National Guard 9/11 memorial ceremony. Gov. McAuliffe takes part in a moment of silence at the Virginia National Guard 9/11 memorial ceremony.
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In the worst terror attack ever on U.S. soil, 2,983 men, women and children lost their lives at the World Trade Center site, the Pentagon and aboard Flight 93. More>>

Woman Shot by Husband in Chesterfield Home Has Died

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A woman who was shot in the head by her husband at their Chesterfield home Thursday morning has passed away.
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Traffic Backup on I-95 South Near Franklin Street

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A multi-vehicle accident is causing major delays on Interstate 95 South this morning. Traffic is getting by in only the left lane near the Franklin Street exit.
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Wizard World Comic Con This Weekend in RVA Video included

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Wizard World Comic Con is coming to the river city with several very special guests, including Lou Ferrigno, TV's 'The Incredible Hulk.'
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Oscar Pistorius Did Not Intentionally Kill Girlfriend Reeva Steenkamp, Judge Says Video included

Oscar Pistorius reacts in the dock in Pretoria, South Africa, Sept. 11, 2014 as Judge Thokozile Masipa reads notes as she delivers her verdict in Pistorius' murder trial. | ABC News Oscar Pistorius reacts in the dock in Pretoria, South Africa, Sept. 11, 2014 as Judge Thokozile Masipa reads notes as she delivers her verdict in Pistorius' murder trial. | ABC News
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Verdict proceedings in the Oscar Pistorius murder trial are underway in South Africa, with a judge slated to announce the athlete's fate. More>>

Missouri Enacts 72-Hour Abortion Waiting Period

Abortion rights activists hold signs inside the Missouri Capitol Wednesday, Sept. 10, 2014, in Jefferson City, Mo. | AP Photo Abortion rights activists hold signs inside the Missouri Capitol Wednesday, Sept. 10, 2014, in Jefferson City, Mo. | AP Photo
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State lawmakers in Missouri overrode the governor's veto to enact a 72-hour delay that includes no exception for cases of rape or incest. More>>

Former FBI Director to Investigate NFL's Handling of Ray Rice Situation Video included

A video from TMZ allegedly shows Ray Rice punching his now-wife Janay Palmer on Feb. 15, 2014. | ABC News A video from TMZ allegedly shows Ray Rice punching his now-wife Janay Palmer on Feb. 15, 2014. | ABC News
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Former FBI director Robert S. Mueller III will conduct an independent investigation into the NFL's pursuit and handling of evidence in the Ray Rice situation. More>>

Showers Likely for Your Thursday, Cooler Into Weekend

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By 3 p.m. skies will be mostly cloudy and showers have the chance to develop after 4 p.m. and last through 10 p.m. More>>

Terror Threat Top Concern on Eve of 9-11 Anniversary, With ISIS Top Concern

Iraqi security forces hold up a flag of the the jihadist group ISIS that they captured during an operation to regain control of Dallah Abbas, 35 miles outside of Baghdad, Iraq on Jun 28, 2014. (PHOTO: ABC News) Iraqi security forces hold up a flag of the the jihadist group ISIS that they captured during an operation to regain control of Dallah Abbas, 35 miles outside of Baghdad, Iraq on Jun 28, 2014. (PHOTO: ABC News)
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On the eve of the 9-11 Anniversary, the nation's top anti-terror officials warned that this is a high tempo moment for national security, where we face a multitude of potential threats.
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Obama Pledges to 'Degrade and Ultimately Destroy' ISIS: What You Need To Know Video included

President Barack delivers a prime time address from the Cross Hall of the White House, Sept. 10, 2014, in Washington. (PHOTO: ABC News) President Barack delivers a prime time address from the Cross Hall of the White House, Sept. 10, 2014, in Washington. (PHOTO: ABC News)
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In an address to the nation Wednesday, President Obama laid out his most detailed plan yet to "lead a broad coalition" to confront the vexing problem of ISIS. More>>

College Professor Says He Hasn’t Been Paid in Weeks Video included

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It's been almost a month since classes started at Virginia State University, but one professor tells 8News, he still has not been paid.The professor alleges other professors are refusing to teach, leaving some students without instructors for some period of time."If this is your only source of income, and you are driving back and forth for the services of the kids and you are not being paid, it really isn't that good and you can't take that attitude into the classroom," says the professor who... More>>

8News Investigates: Waverly Captain Facing Felony Charges Video included

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The captain of the Waverly police force is in hot water, facing five felony charges of obtaining money under a false pretense, and one misdemeanor charge. Douglass Davis Junior, is he a Captain, a Chief, or a lieutenant. It is all depending on who you ask. Davis is accused of having 3 Full time law enforcement jobs, all at the same time.He is said to have been a police captain in Waverly, a Lieutenant in Southampton County North Carolina, and a Police Chief Newsoms Virginia.The question is, w... More>>

Exhibit Dedicated to Henrico Teen After Her Sudden Death Video included

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An emotional afternoon for an Henrico couple whose teenage daughter suddenly died after running a race earlier this year.Wednesday afternoon an art exhibit in her honor was unveiled at United Network for Organ Sharing (UNOS) in Richmond.David and Grace Gallagher were greeted by over 400 painted tiles displayed in six different panels.“They're absolutely gorgeous,” said David Gallagher. “They're absolutely gorgeous.”The tiles display messages written by friends, family members, and others in h... More>>

Parents Outraged Lucille Brown Students Still Don't Have Class Schedules Video included

Sean Daniels, a 7th grader at Lucille Brown, still does not have a permanent class schedule, more than a week into school. Sean Daniels, a 7th grader at Lucille Brown, still does not have a permanent class schedule, more than a week into school.
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Richmond parents outraged their kids at Lucille Brown Middle School have still do not have class schedules more than a week into the new school year.Tina Thomas' son Sean just started 7th grade at the school, but in his second week in, he still doesn't have a set class schedule."Sean has IEP, which has federal guidelines. He should have a class, he should be stable. He has a disability. Him being changed to different classes is setting him up for failure because he can't concentrate in his cl... More>>

Group: Airman Must Swear to God or Leave Air Force

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An Air Force airman has been denied re-enlistment for refusing to take an oath reciting the phrase “So help me God,” according to an organization protesting the statute.A September 2 letter addressed to the Air Force Inspector General on behalf of the airman by the Appignani Humanist Legal Center, the legal arm of the American Humanist Association, says “On or about August 25, 2014, [redacted name] was told that his options were to say ‘So help me God' or to leave the Air Force. Further, he w... More>>

5 Million Gmail Passwords Leaked

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(CNNMoney) - A list of 5 million Gmail addresses and passwords appeared on a Russian Bitcoin forum WednesdayIt is still unclear how anyone obtained the vast collection of usernames and passwords. Google says its servers were not breached. The list appears to be a collection of passwords exposed in previous hacks -- likely on users' own computers, not Google's systems."We have no evidence that our systems have been compromised," said Google spokeswoman Caroline Matthews.In fact, there's no tel... More>>

Shooting at Petersburg Hotel Leaves One Injured Video included

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A man is recovering at VCU Medical Center in Richmond after suffering "at least one critical gunshot" following a shooting at a hotel in the city of Petersburg.According to Petersburg Police, officers responded to the Knights Inn in the 600 block of East Wythe Street in the city just before 12:30 p.m. on Wednesday, Once on scene, police found a man in his late 30s suffering from a gunshot wound.The man was transported via LifeEvac to VCU Medical Center for treatment.Detectives are in the proc... More>>

"Fresh Prince of Bel-Air" Turns 24

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It is a special day for a former television show that became an icon of the airwaves and lives on in syndication around the county.Wednesday marks the 24th anniversary of first airing of "the Fresh Prince of Bel-Air," the popular Los Angeles-located show that launched the careers of several stars, including Will Smith and Alfonso Ribeiro, better known as Carlton.The show aired from September 10, 1990 to May 20, 1996.Ribeiro will be appearing on Dancing with the Stars this season, joining MMA ... More>>

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  • Richmond SPCA Names New Animals After 8News Team

    Richmond SPCA Names New Animals After 8News Team

    Friday, September 12 2014 7:14 AM EDT2014-09-12 11:14:15 GMT
    The admissions team at the SPCA named a litter of four kittens, Amie, Vrabel, Densmore and Kirkpatrick all in honor of our team.More >>
    The admissions team at the SPCA named a litter of four kittens, Amie, Vrabel, Densmore and Kirkpatrick all in honor of our team.More >>
  • Further Testing Needed to Confirm Enterovirus-68 at St. Mary's Hospital

    Further Testing Needed to Confirm Enterovirus-68 at St. Mary's Hospital

    Thursday, September 11 2014 11:42 AM EDT2014-09-11 15:42:00 GMT
    11 children who were showing possible symptoms of Enterovirus-68 have all been released from St. Mary's Hospital.More >>
    11 children who were showing possible symptoms of Enterovirus-68 have all been released from St. Mary's Hospital.More >>
  • You’re Ordering Your Coffee Wrong: Baristas Spill the Beans

    You’re Ordering Your Coffee Wrong: Baristas Spill the Beans

    Thursday, September 4 2014 9:56 PM EDT2014-09-05 01:56:59 GMT
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    Coffee is the most valuable traded commodity in the world, second only to oil. But while the average American worker spends $1,000 on coffee every year, there's a chance they might not be ordering from their barista correctly.Tune in for the full story on ABC News' "20/20" on Friday, Sept. 5 at 10 p.m. ET.“I think that there is an inaccurate perception of the negativity and bitterness of the barista,” former barista Max Reid told ABC News' “20/20.”On average, coffee shop baristas get paid $8....More >>
    Coffee is the most valuable traded commodity in the world, second only to oil. But while the average American worker spends $1,000 on coffee every year, there's a chance they might not be ordering from their barista correctly.Tune in for the full story on ABC News' "20/20" on Friday, Sept. 5 at 10 p.m. ET.“I think that there is an inaccurate perception of the negativity and bitterness of the barista,” former barista Max Reid told ABC News' “20/20.”On average, coffee shop baristas get paid $8....More >>
  • Concern Over Petersburg Emergency Response Times

    Concern Over Petersburg Emergency Response Times

    Monday, September 1 2014 2:52 PM EDT2014-09-01 18:52:41 GMT
    Petersburg residents may be seeing a change in service if they call 9-1-1.Earlier this year on July 1st , the city authorized a $92,000 funding cut to a private company that responds to emergency calls within the city.The company is called Southside Virginia Emergency Crew, and with the change, the company will now be responding to fewer emergency calls within the city of Petersburg. Fire stations at strategic locations will take over calls within certain areas."It would be very sad for this ...More >>
    Petersburg residents may be seeing a change in service if they call 9-1-1.Earlier this year on July 1st , the city authorized a $92,000 funding cut to a private company that responds to emergency calls within the city.The company is called Southside Virginia Emergency Crew, and with the change, the company will now be responding to fewer emergency calls within the city of Petersburg. Fire stations at strategic locations will take over calls within certain areas."It would be very sad for this ...More >>
  • 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
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    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 >>
  • 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 >>
  • 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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