3 Best Hole-in-the-Wall Richmond Burger Joints
Welcome to a delectable exploration of the 3 best hole-in-the-wall Richmond burger joints, where culinary delights await the adventurous palate. These hole-in-the-wall Richmond burger joints represent just a glimpse into the rich tapestry of hamburger culture thriving in Richmond, VA. Nestled in the nooks and crannies of the city, these...
New Home Needed: Meet the Latest Adorable Puppies Up for Adoption in Midlothian, VA
Considering pet adoption? Or perhaps you just enjoy all things cute and cuddly? Numerous charming pets are ready for a loving home at animal shelters situated in and near midlothian.
Police searching for serial Hobby Lobby thieves, over $1500 in jewelry stolen
The Chesterfield County Police Department is asking for help identifying suspected serial Hobby Lobby thieves, who have reportedly targeted multiple stores across Chesterfield, Hanover and Henrico.
Video shows chaos surrounding deadly Graduation Day shooting in Richmond
CBS 6 obtained video evidence, put together by the FBI, of the exact moments of the shooting that happened outside the Altria Theater, in Richmond, Virginia, on June 6, 2023.
Former Henrico youth baseball president sentenced to 20 years for embezzlement
The former president of Lakeside Youth Baseball League was sentenced to 20 years in prison for reported embezzlement from the team.
Richmond Mar 01 Weekly Crime Report: 1361 Incidents and 35 Crime Stories
Richmond Mar 01 Weekly Crime Report: 1361 Incidents and 35 Crime Stories. During the last week, Richmond reported a total of 1361 crime cases. The most prevalent type of crime was classified as "Other" with 798 cases, accounting for a significant 58.6% of the total crimes. This was followed by 121 cases of theft, 103 assault cases, and 87 cases under the suspicious situation category. Domestic-related and trespassing incidents were also notable with 85 and 60 cases respectively. Vandalism, shooting, burglary, and arrests numbered at 38, 35, 17, and 13 respectively. The least reported crime was robbery, with only 4 cases. These figures underscore an urgent need for strengthened security measures in the place, especially considering the high number of crimes classified under "Other", which could range from minor offenses to possibly severe crimes.
Ashland's Seafood Scene: 3 Must-Visit Restaurants
In this article, we're exploring three top-notch seafood restaurants in Ashland. Have you had the pleasure of dining at any of these establishments? If yes, we'd love to hear about your experiences in the comments section below.
Virginia postal worker steals mail from 180 victims on route, forges checks
A former postal carrier with the U.S. Postal Service in Richmond pleaded guilty yesterday to theft of mail. Wendy Lawrence, 40, stole mail, removing gift cards, checks and other items of value for her own use. Law enforcement recovered stolen mail from Lawrence’s residence belonging to more than 180 victims.
He was killed 25 years ago. Detectives say there's new information in his case.
The Navy veteran was beaten and beheaded 25 years ago. His body was found in the James River and his severed head on a footbridge.
‘The Family Book’ stirs controversy in Hanover
HANOVER, Va. (WWBT) - A children’s book is facing some backlash from residents in the Hanover area. “The Family Book” was read during toddler storytime at the Atlee Branch Library. It contained themes that offended some parents so much that they got up and left the event. They...
'Miracle' boy with heart defect raises awareness about hands-only CPR
Like most nine-year-olds, Finn loves fun. Whether it's going for a swing in his backyard playground or playing with his pets, There’s not much that slows him down except sometimes his heart condition
WATCH: Richmond Falcon Cam is back for 2024 season
RICHMOND, Va. (WDBJ) - The Richmond Falcon Cam is back for the 2024 season, according to the Virginia Department of Wildlife Resources. The Falcon Cam is a live-streaming camera, following a peregrine falcon pair as they nest in downtown Richmond atop the 21st floor of the Riverfront Plaza building. The...
Nutzy's Block Party returns to Richmond: 'People are making memories'
RICHMOND, Va. -- Nutzy’s Block Party in Richmond was held Saturday at The Diamond to kick off single-game ticket sales. "A lot of teams just open up the ticket booths and sell tickets. We have a full blown festival for the first day of tickets," Richmond Flying Squirrels CEO Todd "Parney" Parnell said. "So we're not in the baseball business or not in the entertainment business, we're in the memory making business and people are making memories here at Nutzy’s Block Party."
Richmond City school leaders and parents weigh in on speed camera activations
Speed cameras near two Richmond Public Schools will active on March 18 allowing for the capture of speed violations in school zones.
Special Olympics bowling tournament sees increase participation, fostering unity and joy
BRISTOL, Va. (WCYB) — People came from across the region to compete in the Special Olympics bowling competition today. This year the number of participants increased to 40. Winners get to compete in state competitions in Richmond, the first weekend in June. An event like this takes several months...
GeNienne Samuels surprises mom who had near-death experience after giving birth
WTVR CBS 6 has shared stories of survivors and people advocating to raise more awareness of heart disease during American Heart Month.
Prison sentence for defrauding PPP, stealing money by altering checks
RICHMOND, Va. (CBS19 NEWS) -- A Richmond man is going to prison for defrauding a program that aimed to help small businesses and nonprofits during the COVID-19 pandemic. According to a release, 26-year-old Davon Hunter was sentenced to seven years in prison on Thursday for creating multiple schemes to defraud the Paycheck Protection Program and to steal funds through altered checks.
Downtown Richmond Bridge Construction: Detours and Bus Route Changes for Local Residents
The Virginia Department of Transportation (VDOT) plans to close a section of E Broad Street in downtown Richmond for bridge construction. The closure, between 14th Street and 17th Street, will occur from 8:00 pm on Friday, March 1, 2024, to 6:00 am on Monday, March 4, 2024. This will reroute three GRTC bus routes, Routes 7A/B and 56.