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Suspects Detained After Shots Fired Into Home

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Henrico police are investigating a shooting from Friday night after shots were fired into a home and vehicle in the 400 block of Winston Street.About 10:40pm a Police Sergeant patrolling the area of Laburnum Ave. and Delmont St. reported that shots were being fired into a residence and a vehicle parked in front of the residence. Police were provided a vehicle description of the suspects which was seen leaving the area.Another Police Sergeant spotted the vehicle traveling near Richmond-Henrico... More>>

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One Arrested For Arson After Overnight Fire

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Henrico Police have arrested a suspect for arson after crews put out a fire in a bedroom.Henrico County Division of Fire units responded to the 800 block of Nine Mile Rd in Henrico County's East End this evening for the report of a house fire. Units received the call at 11:59 PM. Initial fire attack crews found fire in the rear bedroom of the two story residence. First arriving units were able to keep the fire contained to the original area of origin. The fire was extinguished shortly after a... More>>

Single Vehicle Crash Kills Driver

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The Chesterfield County Police Department is investigating a single-vehicle crash that killed the driver early Saturday morning. The crash occurred in the 6400 block of Jefferson Davis Highway around 1:45 a.m.Police said that a 2002 Ford Taurus was traveling south on Jefferson Davis Highway and left the road striking two power poles. The driver of the Taurus, the only occupant of the vehicle, was transported to MCV Hospital where he was pronounced dead.The identity of the driver is being with... More>>

Flying Squirrels Win the Western Division!

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After handing the Binghamton Mets a 2-1 loss Friday night, the Flying Squirrels broke out the champagne to celebrate winning the Western Division title for the first time in Club History! More>>

Chelsea Clinton Quits Job as Reporter

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(AP) - Chelsea Clinton said Friday she is quitting her job as a reporter at NBC News, citing increased work at the Clinton Foundation and the imminent birth of her first child.Bill and Hillary Rodham Clinton's daughter had been working at the network since 2011, sporadically doing feature stories on people or organizations doing public-spirited work. Politico magazine reported earlier this year that NBC was paying her $600,000 a year."I loved watching the 'Making a Difference' stories about r... More>>

Carytown to Get New $250,000 Gateway Sign Video included

Renderings show a proposed Carytown Gateway Sign that will replace old sign at intersection of W. Cary & Thompson Streets Renderings show a proposed Carytown Gateway Sign that will replace old sign at intersection of W. Cary & Thompson Streets
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A brand new, massive sign will soon welcome you to Carytown!The proposed Carytown Gateway Sign will replace the current one at the corner of Thomson and W Cary St."It''s going to set the tone for Carytown. It's going to bring us up to date. Still feeling that mom and pop mentality, but having a new sign is going to be like 'this is Carytown, you have arrived,'” said Raul Cantu, a member of the Carytown Merchants Association.The sign's arrival is costing the city about $250,000. The money has ... More>>

Travel Legroom Wars: Another Plane Diverted After Reclining Seat Fight

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(ABC News) - For the second time this week, clashes over shrinking legroom on a commercial airplane made tempers so hot that a flight had to be diverted from its intended destination.The two incidents were part of a cluster of flight diversions this week, with the most recent one occurring just hours after two women allegedly consumed mass quantities of duty-free liquor on a plane, prompting a fighter jet escort back to Canada.As planes have become more packed, flight attendants say they have... More>>

Junk Food Does More Than Make You Fat, And Other Studies You Missed

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(CNN) -- Here's a roundup of five medical studies published this week that might give you new insights into your health, mind and body. Remember, correlation is not causation -- so if a study finds a connection between two things, it doesn't mean that one causes the other.Junk food does more than make you fatWe all know that junk food isn't good for you. There's a reason they call it "junk," right? But a new study suggests that eating food full of chemicals and high in fat, sodium and sugar m... More>>

Bus Drivers Discuss Keeping Students Safe on Area Roads Video included

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Back to school, means back to sharing the roads with big, yellow buses and it's important to do that safely.8News asked a couple of school bus drivers what advice they wanted to give motorists.When Henrico County Schools bus driver Jim Brogan is behind the wheel, he's focused on the road, but, unfortunately, Brogan shares that road with distracted drivers."I've seen them doing makeup. I've seen them riding with their knees, reading the newspaper and they're just not paying attention," says Br... More>>

Teacher Accused of 'Wanna Stab Some Kids' Tweet Back to School

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A California high school teacher is back for the new school year despite allegedly posting a series of social media messages in which she vented this summer about wanting to stab her students, once complaining they "make my trigger finger itchy.""I already wanna stab some kids. Is that bad? 19 more days," reads another August tweet from the account reportedly belonging to Krista Arata Hodges, a history teacher at Newark Memorial High School.The school issued Hodges, 39, a written reprimand, A... More>>

Virginia Commonwealth University Facing Budget Cuts Video included

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Students and teachers at Virginia Commonwealth University are worried after the school announces more than $20 million in budget cuts.This comes after Governor McAuliffe told all state agencies, including colleges and universities, to make cuts to meet an $880 million budget shortfall.VCU sophomore Andres Rodriguez says the budget cuts are a hot topic on campus, especially among his professors."They might have layoffs and I guess that would be a really significant change because some good pro... More>>

8News Investigates: Opting Out of Childhood Immunizations Video included

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As students head back to school, there's a long list of vaccinations kids are required to have but 8News Investigator Kerri O'Brien has learned some parents are choosing to opt out.Richmond mom Kristen Konate is one of them. Her six-year-old son Souleyman has autism. She says he began to regress shortly after he was vaccinated. She believes the vaccinations led to the autism."I believe they played a part, I can't say for sure but I think they played a part," said Konate.Now, she's not taking ... More>>

Sportable at the YMCA is Positively Richmond Video included

Taylor Bernard gets in her TRX workout at the Shady Grove Family YMCA. Taylor Bernard gets in her TRX workout at the Shady Grove Family YMCA.
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If you have a disability, regular exercise can be some of the best therapy out there, but getting in a good workout is not always possible. A new partnership between the Greater Richmond YMCA and Sportable aims to change accessibility. More>>

Prince William Police Searching for Sexual Assault Suspect

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Prince William County Police are asking for the public's help in finding a sexual assault suspect.Detectives are searching for 23-year-old Juan Carlos Lopez Ramirez, also known as “Noah,” in connection to the sexual assault of a woman on August 27 in the county.On Wednesday, between 9:45 PM and 10:00 PM the victim, a 19 year old woman was walking in the area of Route 29 (Lee Highway) and Gainesville Square Shopping Center when a man approached her from behind and pushed her down an embankment... More>>

Chesterfield Career and Technical Center to Open Tuesday Video included

The Chesterfield Career and Technical Center @ Hull will offer a variety of classes to adult students. The Chesterfield Career and Technical Center @ Hull will offer a variety of classes to adult students.
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When school opens on Tuesday, more than 600 students in chesterfield county will be taking vocational classes at the brand new career and technical center on Hull Street. More>>

Police Seek Group Involved in Henrico Jewerly Theft

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Henrico Police are searching for two coupled who made off with a diamond wedding ring set that is worth several thousand dollars from a local mall.According to police, the ring set was stolen from the Diamond Concepts store in Virginia Center Commons on Brook Road last Friday afternoon.Police said that one couple, a male and female, distracted a store employee while a second couple looked at jewelry and stole a ring set while a second store employee was distracted.Henrico County Police is see... More>>

Lanes Reopen After Afternoon Accident In Chesterfield

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An accident on Interstate 95 Southbound in Chesterfield is bringing traffic to a slow crawl. The incident, which is just south of Route 288, is causing nearly four miles of delays. According to authorities, a car being hauled on a trailer disconnected and then overturned. There was no one inside the car at the time of the crash. The right and center lanes of I-95 south are closed. More>>

Bright New Sign Could Greet Carytown Visitors

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As Carytown continues to grow into a small business center and go-to destination for both residents and out-of-towners, a new idea is being proposed to further enhance the visual appeal of the area.A rendering has surfaced for a new lighted sign that would replace the sign that currently exists at the intersection of Cary and Thompson streets.According to the Richmond Mayor's office, the sign will cost, including landscaping, lighting, and electrical work, approximately $250,000.There is alre... More>>

Virginia Zoo Welcomes New Baby Screaming Hairy Armadillo Video included

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The Virginia Zoo in Norfolk is welcoming a new baby "screaming hairy armadillo" to their family. More>>

Watch Boy's Priceless Reaction to Mom's Big Baby News

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When one mother decided to break the good news that she was pregnant to her two young children, she got a much different reaction. More>>

Britain Raises Terror Threat Level to ‘Severe’

A video posted online appears to show a masked man killing abducted American journalist James Foley. A video posted online appears to show a masked man killing abducted American journalist James Foley.
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The British government today raised the threat level for international terrorism to “severe,” indicating a terrorist attack is “highly likely” but, based on intelligence, not necessarily “imminent.” More>>

Closing Arguments Set in McDonnell Trial Video included

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Closing arguments are scheduled in the public corruption trial of former Virginia Gov. Bob McDonnell and his wife, Maureen. More>>

Thousands of Wasps Found Nesting in UK Home, Devouring Bed

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A home in the U.K. was invaded by a monstrous colony of wasps, and the infestation was like a scene out of a 1960s Hitchcock movie. More>>

Crashed F-15 Pilot's Identity Released Video included

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Massachusetts National Guard officials confirmed the grim news that the pilot of a F-15 Eagle that crashed Wednesday morning has died.
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8News Pet of the Week: Cyrano

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Cyrano is a sweet Miniature Pinscher who came all the way from the Richmond SPCA to join us Friday in the 8News studio.
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Squirrel Causes 5,000 To Lose Power in Colonial Heights, Petersburg

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Dominion Virginia Power says that more than 5,000 are without power this morning in the Colonial Heights and Petersburg area. More>>

8News Viewer: "Top 8 Reasons You're My Crew"

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We love our viewers. J'Retta Jones made our day yesterday when she emailed us a list of reasons she loves our newsteam to our iReport8 inbox.
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Suit Claims Police Brutality at Ferguson Protests Video included

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A federal lawsuit filed Thursday alleges that police in Ferguson and St. Louis County used excessive force and falsely arrested innocent bystanders amid attempts to quell widespread unrest after the fatal shooting of 18-year-old Michael Brown. More>>

Richmond "Hands Up, Don't Shoot" Vigil, March & Rally to Commemorate Michael Brown Video included

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The Virginia NAACP Youth & College Division, along with Hands Up, Don't Shoot Virginia announced that they will host a "Hands Up, Don't Shoot" Prayer Vigil, March & Rally in honor of Michael Brown, the unarmed Ferguson teen who was shot and killed by police.
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Students Safely Cross Street Without Crossing Guard Thanks to Retired Marine

Retired Marine Cpl. Lewis Alston is helping students at Martin Luther King Jr. elementary school in Lancaster, Pennsylvania, cross the street at an intersection without a crossing guard. (PHOTO: ABC News) Retired Marine Cpl. Lewis Alston is helping students at Martin Luther King Jr. elementary school in Lancaster, Pennsylvania, cross the street at an intersection without a crossing guard. (PHOTO: ABC News)
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With no crossing guard in sight, one retired Marine made it his duty to help children at a Pennsylvania elementary school cross the street. More>>

John Marshall High To Build Groundbreaking New Field Video included

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After years of disrepair John Marshall High School has broken ground on a new football field.
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Video Captures Colorado Cops Swarming in 'Swatting' Prank Video included

A Littleton, Colo. video gamer was victimized in a "swatting" hoax, Aug. 27, 2014. (PHOTO: ABC News) A Littleton, Colo. video gamer was victimized in a "swatting" hoax, Aug. 27, 2014. (PHOTO: ABC News)
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Police in Colorado are searching for the 911 caller who brought SWAT teams swarming an unsuspecting video game player in a dangerous hoax called “swatting.” More>>

US to Test Ebola Vaccine in Humans Amid Growing Outbreak in West Africa

An undated photo from National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases and GlaxoSmithKline shows a vaccine candidate that will be used in the upcoming human trials. (PHOTO: ABC News) An undated photo from National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases and GlaxoSmithKline shows a vaccine candidate that will be used in the upcoming human trials. (PHOTO: ABC News)
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U.S. scientists will begin testing an Ebola vaccine in humans next week, health officials announced today.
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Prospect of Another DC Shutdown Looms Over Immigration Showdown

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The prospect of another economically and politically crippling government shutdown looms over President Obama's talk of taking executive action on immigration next month and Republican threats to thwart him by blocking certain funding measures. More>>

Warm Sunny Days for Labor Day Weekend Ahead

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Good looking Labor Day weekend ahead, getting hotter through the weekend, afternoon t-storms possible Sunday-Monday. More>>

Virginians Prep for Labor Day Weekend Travel Video included

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A record number of Virginians are expected to hit the road for the unofficial last weekend of summer.Nearly one million of us will travel 50 miles or more over the next four days.“We're heading to Williamsburg to hang out with some friends,” said Hugh Watts, who's traveling to Willamsburg for Labor Day.He and his family have waited all summer for this weekend.“Schools about to start back up so we wanna get the last hurrah before we get back in the rhythm of work and school,” said Watts.They'r... More>>

'Finger Nap' Offers Protection From Oily Food

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Why use a napkin when you can use finger naps?Finger naps, a product from South Korea, are "the world's first hygienic finger gloves" according to the company web site. The condom-like plastic naps promise to protect your thumb and index finger from oily foods like pizza, fried chicken, burgers and donuts.It is unclear why a person so concerned with cleanliness that they would use finger naps would not instead choose to use more widely available plastic gloves.An obvious food situation where ... More>>

Police: Ohio Bus Driver Forced Children to Sit on Hot Bus

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LEBANON, Oh. (CNN) – As recent headlines this summer have been dominated with stories of children being left inside hot cars, an Ohio bus driver has resigned from her job after she allegedly forced a group of elementary school students to sit with the windows up on a bus in 90-degree weather.Police told CNN affiliate WLWT that the driver, who remains unidentified, picked up a group of children at an elementary school and, during the ride, the bus driver pulled over and forced the kids to sit ... More>>

8News Investigates: Fraudulent IRS Phone Call Scam Video included

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A warning from the Internal Revenue Service: Criminals are calling taxpayers, saying they are from the IRS and telling them they owe money. Experts say there are ways you can prevent being caught up in this scam. The unnamed crooks are demanding people pay up immediately or get arrested. The number may even look like it is from the IRS on caller ID but it is a scam plan and simple says Tom Gallagher with the Better Business Bureau. "The IRS doesn't call anybody," Gallagher said. "They are t... More>>

The 2014 Richmond History Makers Announced Video included

Bob Argabright talks with a member of the Oak Grove-Bellemeade staff at today's teacher luncheon. Bob Argabright talks with a member of the Oak Grove-Bellemeade staff at today's teacher luncheon.
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The Valentine Richmond History Center has announced winners of the 2014 History Makers Awards. This year "Miss Community" Clovia Lawrence, Richmond Cycling Corps, Dorothy Gallimore of the Coal Pit Learning Center, Caritas and Bob Argabright are being recognized for their work to make our region a better place. More>>

Apple Sets Event for September 9

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(CNN) -- Apple has set Sept. 9 as the date for a big announcement.What will the company unveil?"Wish we could say more," reads an invitation sent to media members on Thursday.Multiple reports over the past few months have suggested that Apple plans to roll out two versions of an iPhone 6 this year, with screens that are 4.7 inches and 5.5 inches, when measured diagonally.That would be a massive leap from the iPhone 5S and 5C's 4-inch screens and an apparent move to battle competitors like Sam... More>>

Joan Rivers Hospitalized After Cardiac Arrest Video included

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NEW YORK, Ny. (ABC News) - Joan Rivers was rushed to a New York City hospital in critical condition today after an emergency call that she was in cardiac arrest, according to a law enforcement source."This morning, Joan Rivers was taken to The Mount Sinai Hospital in New York, where she is being attended to," Sid Dinsay, a spokesman for The Mount Sinai Hospital, said in a written statement. "Her family wants to thank everybody for their outpouring of love and support. We will provide an updat... More>>

Death Investigation Underway in South Richmond

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Richmond Police are investigating after a man was found dead inside a home in South Richmond Thursday. More>>

GRTC Stabbing Sisters In Court Thursday

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Charges for both sisters were certified in General District Court Wednesday.
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Hello Kitty Is the 'Personification' of a Cat, Company Says

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News broke on Wednesday that Hello Kitty is not a cat, but in fact, is a little girl. More>>

Police Seek Suspect in Richmond Convenience Store Robbery

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Richmond Police are asking for the public's help to identify the man who robbed a South Side convenience store. More>>

Jury Dismissed Today, U.S. Rests Case in McDonnell Corruption Trial Video included

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After almost five long weeks, we're approaching the closing days of the corruption trial for Former Governor Bob McDonnell and his wife, Maureen.
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Virginia College Daydreams & Nightmares Hair Show Video included

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The is the second annual hair competition and beauty expo presented by the VCC.
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Trial Set to Begin for Chesterfield Mom Charged in Toddler's Death

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The trial is set to begin for the Chesterfield mother charged after her 2-year-old daughter died after she was left in a car.
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Storms Send Waves Crashing on West, East Coasts

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Monstrous waves are pounding both U.S. coasts, with storms churning in the Atlantic and Pacific oceans. More>>

Mountain Lion Cub Found On Front Porch Finds New Home 2,500 Miles Away

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How could anyone abandon such a sweet face? More>>

'Cops' Crew Member Killed in Omaha Police Shooting Video included

Bryce Dion, a sound technician with the “Cops” television show who was embedded with Omaha police, was killed on Tuesday during an armed robbery at a Wendy's fast-food restaurant. The armed robber was shot and died as well. (AP Photo) Bryce Dion, a sound technician with the “Cops” television show who was embedded with Omaha police, was killed on Tuesday during an armed robbery at a Wendy's fast-food restaurant. The armed robber was shot and died as well. (AP Photo)
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Police officers who opened fire while disrupting a robbery at a fast-food restaurant in Omaha killed a crew member with the TV show "Cops" as well as the suspect. More>>

Crews Search for Pilot in Augusta Co. Military Jet Crash Video included

This photo was taken at Marble Valley Farms. (PHOTO: Garrett Beck, 20, from Deerfield Va.) This photo was taken at Marble Valley Farms. (PHOTO: Garrett Beck, 20, from Deerfield Va.)
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Police got the call for a plane crash in the Deerfield community of Augusta County just after 9:00 this morning. More>>

Hot & Humid Today; Nice Holiday Weekend to Come

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Waking up to another comfortably cool morning reminds us that we're on our way into fall! 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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