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Committee hunts for dollars for infrastructure needs
A committee trying to figure out how to address Fairfax County's construction and maintenance backlog for schools and other public facilities is considering new taxes to help meet the county's needs.
Wed Dec 04, 2013
Virginia Gun Sales Set New High For Black Friday
Virginia gun sales set a new high for Black Friday as the number of firearms sold statewide continues to soar and is just days away from setting an annual record.
Mon Dec 02, 2013
Richmond Police Detective Arrested for DUI
Shortly after midnight on December 1, a State Trooper stopped a 2013 Volkswagen for speeding on I-64 east near the 177 mile marker in Henrico County.
It happened shortly after midnight on December 1 in Henrico County. A state trooper pulled over a vehicle on I-64 for speeding.
Sun Dec 01, 2013
State Police investigate multiple crashes on I-64 East
Officers responded to the scene on Interstate 64 eastbound at mile marker 199 in Henrico County shortly before 4:30.a.m. Police say the first crash occurred when the driver of a 2005 Honda Accord ran off the left side of the roadway.
Fri Nov 29, 2013
Wed Nov 27, 2013
Fatal Accident Shuts Down Part of Route 5
Henrico County Police responded to a traffic crash that occurred on Rt. 5 and Doran Rd. involving a tractor trailer and a passenger car.
Morrissey's attorney alleges misconduct
The lawyer for Virginia State Delegate Joe Morrissey alleges Henrico County prosecutors and police tried to influence the teenage girl involved in an investigation into his client.
Retail activity picks up in Virginia with a push from grocers and restaurants.
Virginians do not live by bread alone. They live on sub sandwiches, ribs, doughnuts and frozen yogurt.
Mon Nov 25, 2013
The Washington Post
In Fairfax, school board may seek new taxes
As talks open Tuesday between county supervisors and school board members at a joint meeting about next year's budget, the discussion almost certainly will include ways to increase revenue in Fairfax, including a meals tax in restaurants.
Lt. Gov.-elect Northam assembles transition team, staff
Virginia Lt. Gov.-elect Ralph Northam Monday announced the hiring of two senior staff members and named five people to co-chair his transition team, a list that includes a former lieutenant governor and two current state senators.
Why your restaurant bills are about to go up
Your restaurant bills might be going up May 1. That is the date Henrico County leaders want the county's new meals tax to go into effect.
Judge agrees to move trial of wife accused in husbanda s death
The December trial for a woman accused of killing her estranged husband will be moved from Colonial Heights, according to CBS 6 senior reporter Wayne Covil.
Sun Nov 24, 2013
Three Arrested in Connection with Abduction, Robbery in Richmond
Muirhead was also charged with using a firearm in the commission of a felony and malicious wounding.
Sat Nov 23, 2013
Crash closes Broad St. at Staples Mill Rd.
A multi-car accident has closed the intersection of West Broad St. and Staples Mill Road near the Henrico County-Richmond line, according to multiple witnesses.
Thu Nov 21, 2013
Questions linger after arrest of Henrico teacher's aide
Joshua Brinkley, who police said is charged with taking a picture of a male student's private parts without his knowledge, is now out of a job.
Wed Nov 20, 2013
Special prosecutor named in lawmaker probe
A special prosecutor will investigate the relationship between a legislator and a teenage girl who formerly worked in his office.
Tue Nov 19, 2013
Henrico County Manager John Vithoulkas projects a smooth professionalism. Nearly a year on the job, he's faced a bumpy initiation.
Teach for Richmond?
Eva Colen of Teach for America approached the Richmond Public Schools to forge a partnership in which Richmond will become the first Virginia city to place the controversial organization's teachers in district schools.
City council approves requests for future smoking, gun bans
Charlottesville City Council approved a series of legislative requests to be submitted to the Virginia General Assembly Monday.