Friday, December 13 2013 4:45 PM EST2013-12-13 21:45:49 GMT
CENTENNIAL, Co. (WRIC)—The day before the one-year anniversary of the Sandy Hook Elementary School shooting in Newtown, Conn., an "active shooter situation" is taking place at Arapahoe High School. TwoMore >>
Two students were injured in a shooting at a Colorado high school and a third student, the suspected gunman, has died from what appears to be a self-inflicted gunshot wound.More >>
Friday, December 13 2013 12:27 PM EST2013-12-13 17:27:23 GMT
JARRATT, Va. (WRIC)—A Petersburg man faces three charges in connection with the shooting death of a Sussex County teenager in September. Around 3 p.m. on Sunday, Sept. 8, the Sussex County Sheriff's OfficeMore >>
A Petersburg man faces three charges in connection with the shooting death of a Sussex County teenager in September.More >>
Friday, December 13 2013 9:23 AM EST2013-12-13 14:23:31 GMT
HANOVER COUNTY, Va. (WRIC)—The Hanover County Sheriff's Office seeks the public's help in identifying two suspects who have broken into and stolen from multiple vehicles parked in gym parking lots in theMore >>
The Hanover County Sheriff's Office seeks the public's help in identifying two suspects.More >>
PORTLAND, Ore. (WRIC)—Billboards are meant to draw attention, but one billboard in Portland, Ore. is drawing attention for all the wrong reasons, and now it's being changed.
The billboard reads "We Love You Long Time," and was put up in the city's Chinatown district by radio station KXL.
Some who live in the area say the sign is offensive and racist.
"The more I learn about it, I think it's really … there's something off base," said Louis Lee, who lives near the sign.
The radio station is now removing the billboard and has apologized in a statement on its Facebook page saying, "It's a famous quote from an old rap song, we thought it would get attention but in no way meant disrespect to anyone."
The station says it decided to change the message on the billboard after some believed it to be "insensitive." The new sign will read "Stay Connected, my friends. FM NEWS 101".