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STONY VREEK, VA--State Police are assisting authorities in Sussex County as they search for a man who fled into the woods Tuesday afternoon. It happened along the 1600 block of Blue Star Highway near theMore >>
State Police are assisting authorities in Sussex County as they search for a man who fled into the woods Tuesday afternoon.More >>
Tuesday, June 18 2013 5:29 PM EDT2013-06-18 21:29:14 GMT
RICHMOND, VA—A petition to have an animal adoption center at Short Pump Town Center is gaining momentum. More than 1,100 people have now signed the Richmond SPCA's petition, pushing to make the mall petMore >>
A petition to have an animal adoption center at Short Pump Town Center is gaining momentum.More >>
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RICHMOND, VA—A pedestrian was struck by a VCU bus outside City Hall on Tuesday morning. It happened near the intersection of N 9th Street and E Broad Street. The victim's injuries are unknown. Stay withMore >>
RICHMOND, VA—A young woman is in the hospital after being hit by a VCU bus outside City Hall on Tuesday morning.More >>
Tuesday, June 18 2013 5:09 PM EDT2013-06-18 21:09:34 GMT
Destruction in Moore, Oklahoma following the May 20 tornado.
RICHMOND, VA—An upcoming concert will allow Richmonders to enjoy music from local artists, all while helping aid the victims of the Moore and Shawnee, Oklahoma tornadoes. A benefit concert called RVAMore >>
An upcoming concert will allow Richmonders to enjoy music from local artists, all while helping aid the victims of the Moore and Shawnee, Oklahoma tornadoes.More >>
LOS ANGELES (AP) -- Michelle Obama is turning online editor for a week.
A website for women, iVillage, said Monday the first lady has agreed to serve as a guest editor, focusing on back-to-school issues.
Mrs. Obama has been working with iVillage staff members to address challenges, including healthy eating for students and how to balance busy family schedules, the site said.
"We shared all kinds of stories (both success stories and cautionary tales) and tips about how to help our kids be healthy and succeed this school year," and now iVillage visitors will have a chance to add to the discussion, Mrs. Obama said in a statement.
She'll be featured in a video interview running throughout the week and has created and curated articles and other content, some drawing on her "Let's Move!" initiative to get kids interested in fitness and good nutrition, iVillage said.
Personal anecdotes and previously unseen family photos will offer a peek at how Mrs. Obama handles the start of the school year.
The "Rev up Your Back-to-School Routine" series with the first lady begins Aug. 20 on iVillage, part of NBCUniversal.
Mrs. Obama is the first in a series of guest editors, said Jodi Kahn, iVillage president. Other participants were not announced.
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