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It's important to be prepared when temperatures start to drop this weekend. [Read More]
This mother says mice are taking over her Whitcomb Court apartment. [Read More]
State police say the 53-year-old was struck by a tractor-trailer on Route 288 when he stepped out into a travel lane. [Read More]
Crews continue to monitor ice and road conditions after winter weather moved through central Virginia this past weekend. [Read More]
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As temperatures drop and the ground gets colder, officials want you to stay off the roads. [Read More]
The St. Jude Walk or Run to End Childhood Cancer brought hundreds of people out to raise money for the organization. [Read More]
Her car was blocked by a flipped car and downed light so she left it there and went home. When she came back later that... [Read More]
Several businesses experienced major damage as the EF2 packed 120 mph winds and ripped through an area near Hull Street Road. [Read More]
Our crews spent the evening with Jim Roe. His house sits about a quarter of a mile off the Beach Road. [Read More]
Virginia Beach residents and business owners are preparing for the impact of the tropical storm. [Read More]
The Richmond VA Medical Center received 58 patients from the Hampton Roads Facility all seeking help. [Read More]
For those checking their list of precautions ahead of Hurricane Florence's arrival, don't forget about your four-legged family members. [Read More]
The most important area of a home in severe weather is the roof, and it's important to protect it any way you can. [Read More]
Officials are getting ready for the impact from the storm and are asking residents to make sure they are prepared as well. [Read More]
Offering music, food and fellowship, the community event was a day of fun and unity and aimed to unite the region. [Read More]
Thanks to a partnership between Chesterfield Police and the school system an officer is assigned to every middle and high school in the county. [Read More]
Complaints centered around the lack of communication about the new policy and the speed with which it was implemented. [Read More]
Dozens of excited parents and students in Petersburg lined up for the 13th Annual Kickback to School Drive. [Read More]
Petersburg Fire Department is working to determine what caused a fire Saturday. [Read More]
A neighbor said police collected at least five shell casings and went door-to-door asking if anyone saw anything. [Read More]
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