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Man Shot, Killed on Warwick Village Drive Sunday Night

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Police are investigating, after a person was shot and killed on Warwick Drive Sunday evening. Authorities have named it a homicide investigation. More>>

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Standoff Over: Armed Man Who Fired Shots from Motel in Custody

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An armed man who fired shots during a barricade situation at a hotel on Midlothian Turnpike Sunday afternoon has been taken into custody.  More>>

UPDATE: Human Remains Found During Hannah Graham Search Video included

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 Charlottesville Police confirm that human remains were found Saturday afternoon in the search for Hannah Graham. On Sunday, police interviewed residents in the area while search crew combed the sides of Humana Road.

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High School Football Player Dies At Friday Night Game

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A community is in mourning, after a Mecklenburg County high school junior passed away after a football game Friday night. More>>

Friday Night Shooting: Homicide Arrest Made In Henrico

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Friday night at about 10:50pm officers responded to the intersection of South Confederate Avenue and West Berry Street for a fight call. When police arrived on scene they found an adult white male suffering from a gunshot wound. The victim was transported to VCU Medical Center where he later died as a result of his injuries. The victim is identified as Jonathan M. Raikes 19 years old from Sandston, Virginia. A short time after arriving on scene, Officers took an adult male into custody that w... More>>

Justices Allow Texas Use of New Voter ID Law

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WASHINGTON (AP) -- The Supreme Court said Saturday that Texas can use its controversial new voter identification law for the November election.A majority of the justices rejected an emergency request from the Justice Department and civil rights groups to prohibit the state from requiring voters to produce certain forms of photo identification in order to cast ballots. Three justices dissented.The law was struck down by a federal judge last week, but a federal appeals court had put that ruling... More>>

Morgan Harrington’s Parents Mark Anniversary of Daughter’s Death Video included

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Hannah Graham's parents stood side-by-side Friday with the parents of Morgan Harrington.The group marked the 5th anniversary of Morgan's disappearance on October 17th.The Virginia Tech student disappeared during a concert at Charlottesville's John Paul Jones arena.Morgan's body was found months later."I did not want there to be another next girl missing, another one gone," says Gil Harrington, Morgan's mother.Alexis Murphy's family was also at Friday's event on Copley Bridge near UVA's campus... More>>

"Hike for Hannah" Search Scheduled for Sunday in Charlottesville

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Another search for missing second-year University of Virginia student Hannah Graham is slated for this coming Sunday.The "Hike For Hannah" will take place at the Walnut Creek Park and is limited to the first 200 volunteers that sign up on the website, which you can access here.There will be two start times for the hike, 9 a.m. and 1 p.m. The search will end by 4 p.m. Sunday afternoon.The search was organized at the request of Charlottesville Police Chief Timothy Longo and the Charlottesville ... More>>

Local Emergency Officials Prepare If Ebola Cases Impact Virginia Video included

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The Richmond Ambulance Authority is taking extra precautions should they be called on to transport possible Ebola patients.RAA spent the afternoon taping up every corner and crevice inside one of their ambulances. This ambulance will sit like this and only be used should the first responders be called on to transport an Ebola or possible Ebola patient.Bryan McRay, RAA Infectious Control Officer tells us, "We have sealed it with plastic along the sides to keep the equipment clean. We're just t... More>>

Chesterfield Contractor Arrested for Indecent Liberties With A Child Video included

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A Chesterfield man contracted to work with the Powhatan High School band is behind bars, accused of taking indecent liberties with a child.23 year old Nicholas White, a Chesterfield County resident was arrested on Thursday, October 16, 2014. White was charged with one felony count of taking indecent liberties with a child while maintaining a custodial or supervisory relationship and one misdemeanor count of willfully encourage or cause a child to become delinquent, in need of services, abused... More>>

Richmond Water Main Break Leaves Some Homes Without Water

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Some water utility customers in Richmond may be without water for a while.According to Richmond Department of Public Works officials, they are working a water main break in the 5300 block of Kingsbury Road in the city.Crews are working to repair the break but it is unclear how many customers are impacted and how long it is going to take to get the break repaired and the water flowing again.This is a developing story. Stay with 8News for the very latest information.Copyright 2014 by Young Broa... More>>

The Virginia Center for Architecture is Positively Richmond Video included

Architect John Russell Pope completed The Branch House in 1919. Architect John Russell Pope completed The Branch House in 1919.
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When you are out walking along a city street, how often do you look up and take in everything around you? Probably not very often. It's why the Virginia Center for Architecture is working to change how you see your community. More>>

Contracted Worker at Powhatan High Charged for Taking Indecent Liberties with Child Video included

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A Chesterfield County man was arrested for taking indecent liberties with a child while employed as a contractor at Powhatan County High School. More>>

Governor McAuliffe Taking Steps to Safeguard Virginia Against Ebola

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Virginia Governor Terry McAuliffe announced Friday that the Commonwealth is taking additional steps to increase the state's level of preparedness for the Ebola virus by mobilizing a statewide unified command group that will help coordinate resources and personnel as concerns about Ebola rise."The Virginia Department of Health works every day to prevent the spread of infectious diseases of all kinds," said Governor McAuliffe. "The department's focus will be to keep the community informed, and ... More>>

Three Teens Arrested for Breaking In Prince George Gov't Building

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Three Prince George County teenagers are facing charges after police say that they broke into a county building, stealing electronics and keys to a couple of cars on the campus.According to police, officers came upon two suspicious vehicles in the area of Scott Memorial Park around 4:45 a.m. on October 17. As the officers came on scene, one of the three teenagers fled on foot while the other two were detained in for further investigation.The two cars were later determined to be owned by Princ... More>>

High School Crowns Special Needs Student Homecoming Queen

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MONTCLAIR, Calif. -- Despite being in a wheelchair, Melissa Andrade campaigned to be a part of her high school's homecoming court. Her ultimate dream was to be crowned homecoming queen.Thursday was homecoming night for Ontario High School. Andrade was the high school's first special needs student ever to be a member of the homecoming court."It's finally here and I'm just very excited," she said.Andrade has cerebral palsy. Her mom says it hasn't always been easy."She's gone through a lot and s... More>>

Richmond PD: Three Wounded in Northside Shooting

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Richmond City Police are investigating a shooting in the city's Northside that left three people wounded.According to investigators, the shooting, which occurred just after 3 p.m. Friday afternoon in the 3200 block of Carolina Avenue left three people wounded.Police said that the injuries sustained by the three victims are non-life threatening.They add that they have one person in custody and are questioning them. The incident remains under investigation. 8News Reporter Parker Slaybaugh is on... More>>

Richmond Police Identify Broad Rock Road Homicide Victim

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Police have identified the man who was shot and killed along East Broad Rock Road in Richmond's Southside early Thursday evening.When Richmond Police arrived to the 3600 block of East Broad Rock Road just after 7:50 p.m. last night, they found 24-year-old Tyfon Clark suffering from life-threatening gunshot wounds.Clark was later transported to VCU Medical Center where he later died from his injuries.The investigation remains ongoing.Detectives ask anyone with information about this incident t... More>>

Cyclist Hurt in Ashland Hit and Run

A bicyclist was hurt in a hit and run accident in Ashland on Thursday afternoon. This is what the suspect's vehicle may resemble (top photo: Ashland Police). A bicyclist was hurt in a hit and run accident in Ashland on Thursday afternoon. This is what the suspect's vehicle may resemble (top photo: Ashland Police).
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A bicyclist is recovering from injuries, after being hit by a car in Ashland Thursday afternoon. More>>

Woman Identified in Fatal Rt. 288 Crash

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All northbound-traveling lanes of Route 288 in Chesterfield County just south of Midlothian are closed due to an accident.According to Chesterfield Police, fire and emergency services are on scene of a vehicle accident on the road near Lucks Lane. According to Virginia 511, all northbound lanes remain closed and traffic is being diverted to another roadway.Backups in the area stretch over a mile. Drivers are advised to use an alternate route during their evening commute.This is a developing s... More>>

Ebola Scare at Pentagon After Woman Vomits in Parking Lot

Officials say a woman, who had recently traveled to Africa, began vomiting in a parking lot of the Pentagon's, after getting off of a bus to head to a high-level Marine Corps ceremony. (PHOTO: NewsChopper 7, WJLA) Officials say a woman, who had recently traveled to Africa, began vomiting in a parking lot of the Pentagon's, after getting off of a bus to head to a high-level Marine Corps ceremony. (PHOTO: NewsChopper 7, WJLA)
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Officials say a woman, who had recently traveled to Africa, began vomiting in a parking lot of the Pentagon's, after getting off of a bus to head to a high-level Marine Corps ceremony. More>>

Creepy: Tropical Spider Burrows into Man's Stomach

Dylan Thomas thought he was getting sick while on vacation; actually, a spider had made a temporary home in his belly. (Photos: Left & Top-Facebook/Dylan Thomas, Bottom right-AP) Dylan Thomas thought he was getting sick while on vacation; actually, a spider had made a temporary home in his belly. (Photos: Left & Top-Facebook/Dylan Thomas, Bottom right-AP)
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Dylan Thomas thought he was coming down with some sort of "mystery illness." Instead, doctors found a live arachnid crawling through his body. More>>

Judge Has Granted Maureen McDonnell's Delay in Sentencing Video included

Maureen McDonnell has had a request to delay sentencing for her public corruption charges approved by a judge. Maureen McDonnell has had a request to delay sentencing for her public corruption charges approved by a judge.
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Maureen's sentencing will take place sometime after February 16, 2015 - the originally scheduled date. Former governor Bob McDonnell is still scheduled to be sentenced January 6, 2015. More>>

President Obama Names Ron Klain 'Ebola Czar'

President Barack Obama speaks to the media about Ebola during a meeting at the White House in Washington, Oct. 16, 2014. (PHOTO: ABC News) President Barack Obama speaks to the media about Ebola during a meeting at the White House in Washington, Oct. 16, 2014. (PHOTO: ABC News)
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President Obama said he is open to appointing what would essentially be an Ebola Czar to deal with the ongoing situation with the deadly disease in the U.S. More>>

Suspect Who Jumped in Appomattox River After July 4 Pursuit Arrested

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Police have arrested the man who jumped off a bridge between into the Appomattox River after running from police in a pursuit on July 4. More>>

Legacy Media Institute's International Film Festival Kicks Off This Weekend in Petersburg Video included

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The festival will present culturally diverse films, while providing local, national, and international filmmakers a place for their work to be appreciated and discussed. More>>

Study: Childbirth Not As Painful As Remembered

An infant holds the hand of its mother. | AP Photo An infant holds the hand of its mother. | AP Photo
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A new study says the pain experienced during childbirth was not as bad as women remembered. More>>

Chesterfield Co. Crash Kills One, Injures Two Others Video included

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Police say three people were in the vehicle when it crashed Thursday night around 11:45 p.m.
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Joan Rivers' Cause of Death Revealed

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Rivers lacked sufficient oxygen to her brain for a prolonged period of time, which caused brain damage, the medical examiner said. Her heart had stopped after she was sedated with propofol. More>>

Man Fatally Shot After Traffic Stop On I-64 in Augusta Co. Video included

Virginia State Police are investigating what led to a fatal officer-involved shooting that occurred during a traffic stop on Interstate 64. (PHOTO: WHSV) Virginia State Police are investigating what led to a fatal officer-involved shooting that occurred during a traffic stop on Interstate 64. (PHOTO: WHSV)
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Virginia State Police are investigating what led to a fatal officer-involved shooting that occurred during a traffic stop on Interstate 64. More>>

Nurse With Ebola Goes on Camera Before Heading to Maryland Hospital Video included

Nina Pham, the first of two nurses to contract Ebola in the United States, joked with her physician before traveling to the National Institutes of Health clinical center in Bethesda, Maryland. (PHOTO: ABC News) Nina Pham, the first of two nurses to contract Ebola in the United States, joked with her physician before traveling to the National Institutes of Health clinical center in Bethesda, Maryland. (PHOTO: ABC News)
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Nina Pham, the first of two nurses to contract Ebola in the United States, joked with her physician before beginning her trip to the National Institutes of Health clinical center in Bethesda, Maryland. More>>

Kobani Key to US Strategy Against Islamic State

Kurdish fighters, bottom, enter their positions in a house in Kobani, Syria, during fighting between Syrian Kurds and the militants of Islamic State group October 16, 2014. | AP Photo Kurdish fighters, bottom, enter their positions in a house in Kobani, Syria, during fighting between Syrian Kurds and the militants of Islamic State group October 16, 2014. | AP Photo
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A Kurdish official says fighters are sharing information with the U.S.-led coalition to coordinate strikes against Islamic State militants in the Syrian border town of Kobani. More>>

Friday Marks 5th Anniversary of Abduction, Murder of Morgan Harrington Video included

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Each year, Morgan's parents bring flowers to the Copley Bridge in Charlottesville and they are expected to do the same today. More>>

Prosecutor Wants 10 Years in Prison for Pistorius

Following the testimony hearing, which is expected to end this week, Judge Thokozile Masipa will rule on what punishment Oscar Pistorius must serve after convicting him of culpable homicide for shooting his girlfriend Reeva Steenkamp. | AP Photo Following the testimony hearing, which is expected to end this week, Judge Thokozile Masipa will rule on what punishment Oscar Pistorius must serve after convicting him of culpable homicide for shooting his girlfriend Reeva Steenkamp. | AP Photo
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Prosecutors are recommending Oscar Pistorius be sent to prison for at least 10 years. More>>

Female Stars Respond to Call for 'Ghostbusters 3'

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Now that "Ghostbusters 3" director Paul Feig has made it clear he's looking for three “hilarious women” for the new movie, the female stars are lining up for the parts. More>>

Girl's Message In a Bottle Travels From Hawaii to California

A California family found this bottle containing a birthday invite from four years ago. (PHOTO: ABC News) A California family found this bottle containing a birthday invite from four years ago. (PHOTO: ABC News)
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David Wilson, his girlfriend and his 10-year-old daughter ventured out on Sunday near Pismo Beach. When a giant wave hit Wilson, he lost his shoe but stumbled upon a glass bottle.

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Sunshine For The Weekend, Rain Chances Return Next Week

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Clear start, sunshine through the weekend, rain chances return next week. More>>

RPS Board Takes Action Against Pinkney-Eppes After Breach Video included

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Sources tell 8News Pinkney-Eppes shared more student information with the same vendor months ago and now the school board plans to ask the Attorney General to investigate. More>>

Man Suffers Life-Threatening Injuries in Richmond Shooting Video included

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A man is in the hospital with life-threatening injuries following a shooting in Richmond Thursday evening. More>>

Henrico & Richmond Police Searching for Escaped Juvenile

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Henrico County Richmond City Police are actively searching for a juvenile whose wanted by Richmond authorities for a outstanding domestic assault petition. More>>

8News Investigates: How Safe Are You On Hayride Attractions Video included

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You might be heading off to the pumpkin patch for a hayride this weekend, but how safe it is?A tragic accident in Maine is shedding light on safety concerns.What began as a haunted hayride in Maine this past weekend soon became a true ride of terror.A 17-year-old girl was killed and more than 20 others were injured when their hayride overturned.Sheriff Guy Desjardins in Androscoggin County, Maine described the accident,"He missed the curve and went into wood line, and it looks like the traile... More>>

John Grisham Apologizes for Remarks on Child Porn

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In a recent interview with the UK's Telegraph, the lawyer and prolific author of books and Hollywood adaptations such as "The Firm," "The Pelican Brief" and "A Time to Kill" sparked outrage when he expressed his belief that some people who view child pornography online are receiving punishments that don't match the scale of the crime."We have prisons now filled with guys my age, 60-year-old white men, in prison, who've never harmed anybody (and) would never touch a child," Grisham said during... More>>

Police Chase, Point Guns at Couple in Labor Speeding to Hospital

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Ben and Rachel Lohnen weren't trying to evade police when they were speeding on the highway early Tuesday morning. Rather, they were trying to have a baby.Ben Lohnen was driving 30 mph over the speed limit early Tuesday morning as his wife Rachel was in labor. Behind him were the bright flashing lights of an Iowa police vehicle, hot on the couple's trail. Rachel, determined not to have her baby in the car, called 911 and reported the officer who was chasing them."I did not want him to stop . ... More>>

VSU Works With Police to Prepare for Homecoming Video included

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Early Thursday morning, Virginia State University police were called for a robbery in a parking lot near the university. Just minutes later, a student reported someone tried to rob them near Moore Hall, a residence hall on campus.Some students reacted after hearing about the reported incidents."Travel in packs, that's the smartest thing you [can] do. People don't try to jump people or rob people when it's three to four of you all," says Deonta Neal, a VSU student."I feel as though some people... More>>

Layoffs At Powhatan Correctional Center Impact Community Video included

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“Our heart goes out to the people who are losing their jobs here.”Powhatan supervisor Carson Tucker says for some in the community, it's friends and family who are losing their jobs at the correctional center as a result of state budget cuts. Tucker says of the 264 people being laid off, 20-25% live in Powhatan County.“We're very concerned about the, it might be as many as 40 or 50, Powhatan residents who are without a job. We're going to do what we can to help them out,” said Tucker.Tucker s... More>>

One Hospitalized After Truck Accident in Henrico

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One person has been transported to an area hospital after being involved in an accident in Henrico County.According to emergency crews on scene, a truck crossed into oncoming traffic and crashed into another truck traveling in the opposite direction on Chamberlayne Avenue near Wilmer Avenue in the county.One person is being taken to the hospital and there is no word on their condition.Chamberlayne Avenue at Wilmer Avenue is shut down as crews work to clean up the area. There is no timetable f... More>>

Dorothy Gallimore is a 2014 History Maker Video included

Dorothy Gallimore helps children act out the story in a favorite book. Dorothy Gallimore helps children act out the story in a favorite book.
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8News is a proud sponsor of the 10th Annual History Makers Awards.  Next week the Valentine Richmond History Center will honor five people for how they are making a difference in the community.  One of the winners is Dorothy Gallimore who opened the Coal Pit Learning Center nearly forty years ago to serve children from low-income families.
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State Police: One Dead, Two Injured in Dinwiddie Co. Accident

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An accident on Interstate 85 in Dinwiddie County has left one person dead and two others injured, Virginia State Police confirmed Thursday afternoon.According to investigators, the single-vehicle accident occurred on I-85 southbound at mile marker 52 in the county Thursday. Police said that one person has been killed but their identity remains unknown.Two other people were transported via Med-flight to VCU Medical Center. The extent of their injuries is not known.Currently, drivers are being ... More>>

Tonight at 11: How Safe are Hayrides?

Hayrides are a popular fall tradition, but how safe are they? We uncovered what you need to know to keep yourself and your kids safe...watch 8News at 5 for the full report. Hayrides are a popular fall tradition, but how safe are they? We uncovered what you need to know to keep yourself and your kids safe...watch 8News at 5 for the full report.
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Hayrides are a popular fall tradition, especially leading up to Halloween. But how safe are they? More>>

VIDEO: Man in Strange Mask Robs Broad St. Convenience Store

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Police are searching for a man caught on video robbing a Broad Street convenience store on Monday night. The robber donned a wig and a strange mask. More>>

RVATweeters Gives You The Chance To Win Prizes From Local Businesses

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How well do you know Richmond?A new contest is looking to find out -- and reward you for your knowledge!@RVATweeters is a new Twitter account gaining some recognition in the river city. As a way for Richmonders to get to know the entrepreneurs of our community, the Twitter account says it will host trivia contests with prizes like gift certificates and merchandise from local businesses.The contest begins October 20 and here's how it works:The RVA Tweeters will release two clues a day, Monday ... More>>

6-Year-Old Dies After Car Slams Into Henrico Apartments Video included

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A woman and two children are recovering after a car slammed into their apartment on Three Chopt Road, trapping them inside Sunday evening. More>>

Family of Victim in Manchester High Stabbing Says He's Recovering Video included

Ben Millefolie is seen here in this file photo. Ben was seriously injured after being allegedly stabbed by another student at Manchester High School. Ben's parents say he's recovering. Ben Millefolie is seen here in this file photo. Ben was seriously injured after being allegedly stabbed by another student at Manchester High School. Ben's parents say he's recovering.
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The family of the victim in Monday's stabbing at Manchester High School tells us the 17-year-old is now recovering. More>>

VCU Medical Releases Patient After CDC Tests Negative for Ebola Video included

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The patient originally put in isolation at VCU Medical Center after visiting Liberia and developing a fever, has been released. More>>

Sources: Nurse With Ebola Will Be Sent From Texas to Maryland

Nina Pham, a nurse diagnosed with Ebola, is to be moved from a Texas facility to a National Institute of Health hospital in Bethesda, Maryland. Nina Pham, a nurse diagnosed with Ebola, is to be moved from a Texas facility to a National Institute of Health hospital in Bethesda, Maryland.
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Pup Plays Fetch in Huge Pile of Fall Leaves

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What could possibly beat the feeling of jumping into a huge pile of fresh autumn leaves? Watching a happy dog do it. More>>

Police Look for Suspects in Robbery, Attempted Robbery on VSU Campus

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Police are searching for suspects involved in two robberies on Virginia State University's campus overnight. More>>

Governor Announces Job Cuts To Make Up Budget Shortfall Video included

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“Of these cuts that I have announced, of the 565, 90% will be coming from the Department of Corrections,” the governor said.
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Second Nurse With Ebola Arrives at Emory Hospital

Amber Joy Vinson, inset, is being moved to Emory University Hospital in Atlanta, Ga. (PHOTO: Emory University Hospital | Akron Public Schools) Amber Joy Vinson, inset, is being moved to Emory University Hospital in Atlanta, Ga. (PHOTO: Emory University Hospital | Akron Public Schools)
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A Dallas nurse who treated an Ebola patient contacted federal health officials before boarding a passenger flight Monday due to a slightly elevated temperature, but was allowed to board the flight. More>>

Nurse Who Contracted Ebola Called CDC Before Flight, Official Says Video included

Amber Vinson's temperature was 99.5 degrees – below the 100.4 reading for a fever, according to a federal official from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. Amber Vinson's temperature was 99.5 degrees – below the 100.4 reading for a fever, according to a federal official from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.
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“The patient was not showing any other symptoms while on board the plane – no vomiting or diarrhea. The only symptom Amber was showing was the fever,” CDC spokesman Tom Skinner said.
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Chesterfield Deputies Join Search for Hannah Graham Video included

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Local agencies are helping out in this effort to bring Hannah home, including about a dozen deputies from the Chesterfield County Sheriff's Office.
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Great Southeast Shakeout Prepares Virginians for Earthquakes Video included

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Virginia joined the drill after the 5.8 magnitude earthquake in Mineral back in 2011 that rocked the East coast. More>>

Hurricane Gonzalo Aims for Bermuda

This image provided by NOAA Wednesday Oct. 15, 2014 shows Hurricane Gonzalo, lower right, which forecasters said could become a powerful category 4 storm Wednesday as it heads toward Bermuda. | AP Photo This image provided by NOAA Wednesday Oct. 15, 2014 shows Hurricane Gonzalo, lower right, which forecasters said could become a powerful category 4 storm Wednesday as it heads toward Bermuda. | AP Photo
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Forecasters say Hurricane Gonzalo has strengthened overnight and is again a dangerous Category 4 storm as it barrels toward the small British island territory of Bermuda. More>>

Denver Police Warn Parents About Pot-Laced Candy During Trick-or-Treat Season

Denver Police are warning parents to be on the lookout for pot-laced candy this Halloween. (PHOTO: Denver Police Department) Denver Police are warning parents to be on the lookout for pot-laced candy this Halloween. (PHOTO: Denver Police Department)
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Denver Police are showing parents how similar pot-laced Sour Patch Kids, gummy candies and gum drops can look like the real thing. More>>

Fog Impacting Commute, Cloudy with Showers Again Today

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Officially 1.12” of rain yesterday, lots of clouds with showers today, plenty of sunshine Friday through Sunday. More>>

Lawmakers Seek US Ban on Travelers From Ebola-Stricken Region Video included

Health workers wearing protective gear wait to carry the body of a person suspected to have died from Ebola, in Monrovia, Liberia, Oct. 13, 2014. | AP Photo Health workers wearing protective gear wait to carry the body of a person suspected to have died from Ebola, in Monrovia, Liberia, Oct. 13, 2014. | AP Photo
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A growing chorus of lawmakers is calling on President Obama to impose travel restrictions on passengers coming to the U.S. from West African countries stricken by Ebola. More>>

What the Latest Ebola Infection Says About Odds of Widespread US Outbreak

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Fears that an outbreak of Ebola in the U.S. were heightened today as health officials revealed that a second Dallas nurse infected with Ebola flew on a plane one day before being placed in isolation. More>>

What to Expect From Apple's Special Event Today

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Apple's year of revelations isn't over just yet.As if two new iPhones and a smart watch weren't enough, Apple has scheduled big announcement today at 10 a.m. PT.
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US: Strikes Near Kobani Have Killed Hundreds

U.S. warplanes have ramped up the number of airstrikes against ISIS fighters in the besieged city of Kobani, launching 21 airstrikes since Monday. (PHOTO: ABC News) U.S. warplanes have ramped up the number of airstrikes against ISIS fighters in the besieged city of Kobani, launching 21 airstrikes since Monday. (PHOTO: ABC News)
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U.S.-led airstrikes in and around the Syrian city of Kobani, including 39 over the past two days, has killed hundreds of Islamic State fighters and has stiffened the city's Kurdish defenders. More>>

Richmond Parents Unite to Help Improve Binford Middle School Video included

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A group of parents are working to transform one of the lowest performing middle schools in the state.Wednesday night. dozens of parents, teachers, school, and community leaders gathered to discuss the future of Binford Middle School.“I think it could really come together," said Anne Danforth, a mother of three who lives near Binford Middle School. “It's just great that everybody's coming together and having this conversation.”Binford is in the heart of The Fan and is one of the lowest perform... More>>

'Modern Family' Actress Elizabeth Peña Dies

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(CNN) -- Actress Elizabeth Peña has died of natural causes after a brief illness, her manager told CNN. She was 55.Peña passed away Tuesday, Gina Rugolo said in a statement.Among her many roles, Peña is known for appearing as the mother of a character played by Sofia Vergara in the ABC sitcom "Modern Family."She's played on both the big and small screens during her more than three-decade career. She also tried her hand at directing, becoming only the fourth Latina member of the Director's Gui... More>>

Plane Used by Ebola-Infected Nurse Was Cleaned, Back in Use Next Day

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The plane that transported Vinson was cleaned after her flight and then put back into service the next day, according to Frontier Airlines. The airline stressed that the flight was the last of the day and that the plane was cleaned "within CDC guidelines" after Vinson's flight.Frontier Airlines has not confirmed what other cities the plane was flown to besides Cleveland, where the plane was cleaned again on Tuesday.During today's new conference, Frieden said Vinson "should not have traveled o... More>>

Gay Couple Says They Were Kicked Out of Cab for Kissing

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HOUSTON -- A same-sex couple claims they were kicked out of a cab for kissing. When we reached out to Yellow Cab, it gave us a surprising response to the complaint.Travis Player and his partner, Andres Orozco, were dropped off Several blocks from their home in the Museum District recently."We thought he was joking until he actually pulled over," Player said.A cab ride home from F Bar took the fun out of Sunday Funday for them."We gave each other a kiss and he told us to get out of the car," P... More>>

Couple Moves to Virginia From Hollywood; Helps Aspiring Filmmakers Video included

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After decades of acting in Hollywood, a husband and wife team moved to Central Virginia, and they have a goal to inspire the next generation of filmmakers.8News anchor Ava-joye Burnett spoke to Tim Reid and Daphne Maxwell-Reid about how they're helping people reach their dreams.Tim Reid played the dad on the popular sitcom "Sister Sister" and Daphne Maxwell-Reid was Will Smith's aunt on the "Fresh Prince of Bel Air."They've been married for more than 30 years. When they decided to retire, Pet... More>>

Liquor Prices Will Rise As Commonwealth Faces Budget Shortfall Video included

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Governor Terry McAuliffe announced today hundreds of Virginia jobs will be lost and facilities will have to close.It's to make up a $2.4 million budget shortfall. The Governor says 565 state workers will be laid off.In addition, Governor McAuliffe said liquor prices will also go up around the Commonwealth.At Penny Lane Pub in Richmond, owner Terry O'Neill isn't worried increasing liquor prices will hurt his business.“The 'average joe' blow will moan and complain for a week and then he just gi... More>>

Va.'s Budget Cut by $92 Million; Hundreds to Lose Jobs Video included

Governor McAuliffe spoke Wednesday morning about budget shortfalls, announcing that more than 500 jobs would be cut. (PHOTO: 8News Reporter Mark Tenia) Governor McAuliffe spoke Wednesday morning about budget shortfalls, announcing that more than 500 jobs would be cut. (PHOTO: 8News Reporter Mark Tenia)
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Governor Terry McAuliffe said in a news conference Wednesday that the state will lay off 566 of the 120,000 state workers. More>>

New Video Shows Ebola Patient's Dog Under Observation in Texas

Video shows Bentley under observation at a decommissioned naval air base owned by the city of Dallas. Dallas City Hall/YouTube Video shows Bentley under observation at a decommissioned naval air base owned by the city of Dallas. Dallas City Hall/YouTube
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Video Source: Dallas City Hall / YouTubeNew video released by Dallas city officials shows the dog belonging to the Texas nurse who was diagnosed with Ebola under observation at a decommissioned naval air base owned by the city.Nina Pham, a 26-year-old nurse at Texas Health Presbyterian Hospital, became the first person to contract Ebola in the United States. She was part of the medical team that cared for Thomas Eric Duncan, who was diagnosed with Ebola after traveling to the U.S. from Liberi... More>>

Man Charged with Shooting Norfolk State Student

Police on scene of Norfolk State University after one person was shot on the college's campus. (PHOTO: WVEC) Police on scene of Norfolk State University after one person was shot on the college's campus. (PHOTO: WVEC)
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NORFOLK, Va. (AP) - A Norfolk man faces charges stemming from the robbery and shooting of a Norfolk State University student.Norfolk police said Wednesday that detectives arrested 19-year-old Brian M. Winston without incident on Monday evening.Police say in a news release that Winston is charged with malicious wounding, robbery and conspiracy to commit robbery. He also faces weapons charges.Police say two men approach the student and another Norfolk State student while they were sitting in a ... More>>

U.S. Stocks Sink, On Pace for Worst Drop Since August 2011

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Stocks are plunging as traders dump risky assets and park their money in investments seen as relatively safe, such as U.S. government bonds.The Dow Jones industrial average dropped 440 points, or 2.7 percent, to 15,873 as of 1:25 p.m. Eastern time Wednesday.The Standard Poor's 500 fell 53 points, or 2.9 percent, to 1,823. The Nasdaq composite fell 104 points, or 2.5 percent, to 4,122.The Dow is on pace for its worst drop since August 2011. There wasn't an obvious trigger. Ebola and Europe's ... More>>

Prince William Co. Police Searching for Rape Suspect

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Prince William County Police is asking for the public's help in finding the man who raped a 17-year-old girl as she walked home late one evening. According to police, the 17-year-old female juvenile was walking home in the area of Powell's Creek Blvd. and Patrick Henry Drive in Woodbridge, Virginia on October 11 around 11:30 p.m. when she was approached by a stranger. During the encounter, the man forced the girl into a wooded area nearby where he raped her. The victim later reported the incide. More>>

Join Tuffy Auto Service and Put the Brakes on Breast Cancer Video included

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As part of the 'Brakes for Breasts' fundraiser, Tuffy Auto Service is offering their customers free brake pads and donating 10% of every brake service directly to The Cleveland Clinic Breast Cancer Vaccine Research Fund. More>>

Couple Hopes to Adopt Baby They Rescued From Dumpster

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A baby girl found in a dumpster is now in the care of a temporary foster family, but many people have offered to give her a permanent home, including the couple who rushed to her rescue. More>>

First Lady Michelle Obama Posts Viral "Turnip for What" Vine

First Lady Michelle Obama used the popular social network Vine to send a funny message about healthy eating (Photo: Vine/The white House) First Lady Michelle Obama used the popular social network Vine to send a funny message about healthy eating (Photo: Vine/The white House)
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Michelle Obama, never one to turn down an opportunity to champion healthy eating, has co-opted a popular tune -- and, in six seconds, created a viral sensation.
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Second Nurse Infected with Ebola Was on Jetliner Before Diagnosis Video included

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A second health care worker at Texas Health Presbyterian Hospital who provided care for Thomas Eric Duncan has tested positive for Ebola, the state Department of Health said Wednesday. More>>

Esquire Magazine Names Virginia Food Region of 2014 Video included

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"Look at Virginia on a map. How is it not an established food paradise? ...And yet, the occasional ham excepted, it has never gotten its proper due." More>>

New Charges Brought in 2012 Benghazi Attacks

Ahmed Abu Khattala, an alleged leader of the deadly 2012 attacks on Americans in Benghazi, Libya. | AP Photo Ahmed Abu Khattala, an alleged leader of the deadly 2012 attacks on Americans in Benghazi, Libya. | AP Photo
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A Libyan militant already behind bars was indicted Tuesday on new charges arising from the 2012 Benghazi attacks, including crimes punishable by the death penalty, the Justice Department said. More>>

Colonial Downs Hands Over License, Will Close Nov. 1 Video included

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The fate of Colonial Downs horse track is expected to be decided at the Virginia Racing Commission meeting today.
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Man Won't Take Down Obama Tombstone

A woman is upset with her neighbors in Edmond, Okla. for putting a tombstone decoration out that reads "Obama" on the front of it. (PHOTO: ABC News) A woman is upset with her neighbors in Edmond, Okla. for putting a tombstone decoration out that reads "Obama" on the front of it. (PHOTO: ABC News)
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An Oklahoma man doesn't think he'll remove a mock-bloody gravestone for President Obama from his Halloween lawn exhibit despite an offended neighbor and online anger. More>>

Rain, Thunder Move into Central Virginia Wednesday

Clouds darkened the sky in Short Pump before an expected downpour Wednesday. (PHOTO: M. Vrabel) Clouds darkened the sky in Short Pump before an expected downpour Wednesday. (PHOTO: M. Vrabel)
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Rain and thunder today – amounts of ½” to 1” possible, clouds with some sunshine for Thursday, nice weather Friday into weekend. More>>

Suspect Admitted to Trying to Kill Fellow Student in Manchester High Stabbing Video included

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Chesterfield Intake Officer Ronald Burroughs told a judge that a student approached a fellow student from behind before stabbing him multiple times in front of a classroom full of students. More>>

US Ramps Up Airstrikes on ISIS in Kobani

U.S. warplanes have ramped up the number of airstrikes against ISIS fighters in the besieged city of Kobani, launching 21 airstrikes since Monday. (PHOTO: ABC News) U.S. warplanes have ramped up the number of airstrikes against ISIS fighters in the besieged city of Kobani, launching 21 airstrikes since Monday. (PHOTO: ABC News)
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U.S. warplanes have ramped up the number of airstrikes against ISIS fighters in the besieged city of Kobani, launching 21 airstrikes since Monday. More>>

Local Patient Tests Negative for Ebola, Subject Still In Isolation Video included

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We're still awaiting test results to confirm from the Center for Disease Control and Prevention, which could come as soon as today. More>>

Dallas Nurse Battling Ebola Says She's 'Doing Well'

This 2010 yearbook photo from Texas Christian University, shows Nina Pham, 26, who became the first person to contract the disease within the United States. (PHOTO: ABC News) This 2010 yearbook photo from Texas Christian University, shows Nina Pham, 26, who became the first person to contract the disease within the United States. (PHOTO: ABC News)
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Dallas nurse Nina Pham, who contracted Ebola while treating a Liberian patient who died of the disease, issued an upbeat statement today saying that she is "doing well." More>>

Facebook, Apple Pay for Egg Freezing, Sperm Donors

As enrollment for next year's health benefits goes on in work places around the United States, Apple and Facebook say they're willing to pay for employees to freeze their eggs. (PHOTO: ABC News) As enrollment for next year's health benefits goes on in work places around the United States, Apple and Facebook say they're willing to pay for employees to freeze their eggs. (PHOTO: ABC News)
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Free lunches, dry cleaning, massages — frozen eggs? Silicon Valley's biggest companies have long offered cushy perks to attract top talent and keep workers happy logging scores of hours on the job. More>>

Prosecutors Oppose New Trial for McDonnells Video included

Federal prosecutors are opposing a request from former Virginia Gov. Bob McDonnell and his wife, Maureen, for a new trial on public corruption charges. Federal prosecutors are opposing a request from former Virginia Gov. Bob McDonnell and his wife, Maureen, for a new trial on public corruption charges.
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Federal prosecutors are opposing a request from former Virginia Gov. Bob McDonnell and his wife, Maureen, for a new trial on public corruption charges. More>>

Henrico Police Looking for Shooting Suspect

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According to police, 23-year-old David Jospeh Cook II, also known as "DJ," is wanted for malicious wounding and use of a firearm in commission of a felony. More>>

Better Ebola Response May Have Prevented Nurse's Case, CDC Head Says

Health care workers wait for the arrival of a possible Ebola patient at the Texas Health Presbyterian Hospital on Oct. 8, 2014 in Dallas, Texas. (PHOTO: ABC News) Health care workers wait for the arrival of a possible Ebola patient at the Texas Health Presbyterian Hospital on Oct. 8, 2014 in Dallas, Texas. (PHOTO: ABC News)
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The nation's top health official said today he regrets not sending a larger team of experts to Texas when the first case of Ebola was diagnosed. More>>

Teal Pumpkin Project: Safe Halloween for Kids With Food Allergies Video included

The Teal Pumpkin Project is raising awareness about kids with food allergies and Halloween. The Teal Pumpkin Project is raising awareness about kids with food allergies and Halloween.
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The “Teal Pumpkin Project” is encouraging people to provide non-food treats for kids with food allergies trick-or-treating on Halloween.The Gatewood family in Henrico is taking part. Tuesday evening, David, Stephanie and their two kids—Claire and Alex—started painting their pumpkins teal."It tells food allergy kids, 'Hey --come trick or treat here!" said Stephanie Gatewood.The “Teal Pumpkin Project” was created by the Food Allergy Research Education group for created for kids with food aller... More>>

8News Investigates: Residents Say Speeders Killing Pets in Neighborhood Video included

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Folks in a South Richmond neighborhood are demanding something be done about speeders on their streets.Several pets have been killed and many worry a child may be next.We're talking about the neighborhood directly behind the McGuire VA Medical Center.On many roads, the speed limit is 25 miles per hour but drivers trying to get from Broad Rock to Hopkins aren't slowing down.“I just hope the city does something about it before something horrible happens,” said Danny Black, a concerned neighbor.... More>>

Hearing Date Set for Teacher Accused of Sexual Encounter with Student

Tessa Monique Hairston (PHOTO: Henrico Police) Tessa Monique Hairston (PHOTO: Henrico Police)
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A preliminary hearing for the teacher accused of having a sexual encounter with a Highland Springs High School has been scheduled.According to court officials, 31-year-old Tessa Hairston will have a preliminary hearing on charges of taking indecent liberties with a person under the age of 18 while in a supervisory role on November 24.In addition, Hairston has been released on bond.Police say that Hairston, a ten-year veteran teacher of Henrico County Public Schools, had a sexual encounter wit... More>>

Chris Brown tweets 'Ebola epidemic is a form of population control'

Chris Brown is making headlines again after publishing a tweet stating he thinks the Ebola virus is a form of population control. (ABC) Chris Brown is making headlines again after publishing a tweet stating he thinks the Ebola virus is a form of population control. (ABC)
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Chris Brown recently contracted a huge wave of social media hate after his latest Ebola tweet.The controversial musician made headlines on Monday morning after publishing the following from his Twitter account regarding the current Ebola outbreak.Shortly after publishing the tweet, Brown received a massive response on his tweet. Social media proved to be divisive on Brown's tweet. Many were in support of Brown's Ebola theory, while others just wrote it off as nonsense.Chris Brown is a Grammy ... More>>

Manchester High Parents Wonder Why School Lacks Metal Detectors Video included

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Questions are being raised about security at Manchester High School after a student was stabbed Monday.A 17-year old student is charged with aggravated malicious wounding for stabbing another 17-year old inside the school's band room.The victim, a senior, was hospitalized with serious injuries, but is expected to be recover. There's still no word on a possible motive for the attack.One question many parents had on their mind after hearing a student had been stabbed at the school:“How could an... More>>

School Board Reacts to Mayor Jones' Proposed $2M RPS Repair Fund

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As Richmond Mayor Dwight Jones proposed a $2 million maintenance fund for Richmond Public Schools, parents and school leaders are reacting.The Richmond School Board says they have about 35 million dollars of immediate repairs needed mostly in HVAC and roof issues.School board member Kristen Larson says while the money is a step in the right direction, more is needed.“We need to make sure that the schools we do have open have heating, air conditioning and roofs that don't have holes in them,” ... More>>

Governor Reveals 2014 Virginia Energy Plan

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Virginia Governor Terry McAuliffe formally presented the 2014 Virginia Energy Plan, which the governor says highlights a commitment to a true "all of the above" energy strategy that will promote the use and development of of all available resources.McAuliffe unveiled the plan during an event that was co-sponsored by the Virginia Chamber of Commerce and the Virginia League of Conservation Voters.According to the governor, the plan will work in several different ways, including the strategic gr... More>>

Chesterfield Volunteer Raises Awareness about Male Breast Cancer Video included

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October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month, but there is a part of the campaign that often is not discussed publicly.  Pete Sherer hopes to change that. "Men can get breast cancer," he says from the Hawthorne Resource Center at HCA Virginia's Thomas Johns Cancer Hospital, where he has been a volunteer for twelve years.  Sherer knows all too well because seventeen years ago at age 62, it was him.
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Liquid Nicotine Exposures Up Sharply Among Kids

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 Poison control workers say that as the e-cigarette industry has boomed, the number of children exposed to the liquid nicotine that gives hand-held vaporizing gadgets their kick also has spiked. More than 2,700 people have called poison control this year to report an exposure to liquid nicotine, over half of those cases in children younger than 6, according to national statistics. The number shows a sharp rise from only a few hundred total cases just three years ago.

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9-Year-Old Makes Wish List of Places to See Before He Goes Blind

Ben experiencing the Northern Lights in Alaska. (Ronn Murray Photography) Ben experiencing the Northern Lights in Alaska. (Ronn Murray Photography)
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Ben Pierce is a soft-spoken little boy who has binders filled with postcards from all over the world. At 9 years old, Ben is already a seasoned traveler. He's been to Alaska to see the Northern Lights and is planning a trip to the Grand Canyon. Ben is trying to see as much of the world as he can while he still can because he was born with a condition that is causing him to lose his vision.Ben was born four months premature and at just two months old he was diagnosed with retinopathy of premat... More>>

Man Arrested in Sexual Attack of Fredericksburg Woman

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A Fredericksburg woman reports that an acquaintance of one of her neighbors forced his way into her apartment and fondled her. On October 12, Fredericksburg Police say a 22-year-old woman received a knock on her apartment door after midnight in the 200 block of Kings Mill Court. When she answered, the neighbor asked if he could take her dog out for a walk, which she allowed. Once both the neighbor and dog were outside the woman's apartment, the neighbor's acquaintance forced his way...
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City Health District Says Richmond Patient Tests Negative for Ebola Video included

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The Richmond City Health District says that the patient in question at VCU Medical Center who had recently traveled to West Africa does not have the Ebola virus. More>>

Chesterfield Man Caught With Loaded Gun at Richmond International Airport

TSA officers caught this handgun in a passenger’s carry-on baggage at RIC Airport on Monday, October 13. (PHOTO: TSA) TSA officers caught this handgun in a passenger’s carry-on baggage at RIC Airport on Monday, October 13. (PHOTO: TSA)
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Police at Richmond International Airport cited a Chesterfield man who brought a loaded gun past a security checkpoint. More>>

Richmond Police Search for Gas Station Clown Robber Video included

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Police say that a suspect wearing a "Halloween mask" came into the Circle K on West Broad Street and displayed a gun. More>>

Mysterious Clowns Terrorizing California City

Police in Wasco, Calif. are investigating multiple reports of people dressed as menacing clowns, which has sparked an Instagram account devoted to the pranks. (PHOTO: ABC News) Police in Wasco, Calif. are investigating multiple reports of people dressed as menacing clowns, which has sparked an Instagram account devoted to the pranks. (PHOTO: ABC News)
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It's like a scene from a horror film. Residents of a California city are being terrorized by people dressed as clowns, some reportedly wielding machetes or baseball bats, police said. More>>

Ephesus Day Care Center Raising Money Through Family Festival Video included

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This weekend, parents and staff from Ephesus Day Care Center are hosting a big Family Festival to fundraise. More>>

Principal Speaks; Vigil Held for Student Stabbed at Manchester High Video included

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Dozens of students are expected to meet at the flagpole on campus to honor the 17-year-old victim, who is still recovering this morning. More>>

Mormon Missionary Battles Michael Jackson Impersonator in Street Dance-Off

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While the professional street performer outdid himself in a break dance to Jackson's '83 hit "Beat It," Elder Garcia gave the street artist a run for his money as he busted some impressive moves.
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VDH Looking Into Possibly Screening Person for Ebola Video included

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Virginia Department of Health officials said that they are looking into if a patient who had recently traveled to Africa should be evaluated for possible Ebola exposure. More>>

Henrico Teacher Charged for Relationship With Student In Court Tuesday Video included

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31-year-old Tessa Hairston is charged with indecent liberties with a person under 18 while in a supervisory role.
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Danville Child Dies After Being Struck by School Bus Video included

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Danville Police said that one-year-old Tayshaun Gregory Glenn Jackson of Danville died after being hit by the school bus just before 4 p.m. Monday afternoon. More>>

Chris Brown Under Fire for Tweeting 'Ebola is a Form of Population Control'

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Chris Brown recently attracted a wave of social media hate after his latest tweet regarding Ebola. More>>

The Camel Now Allowed To Have Live Music Everyday Until 2 A.M.

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A city business owner fought Richmond City Council for more than a year for his right to play live music and Monday night, he finally got an answer.
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Oscar Pistorius Back in Court for Sentencing

Oscar Pistorius, foreground, in court, Oct. 13, 2014. Pistorius faces sentencing this week in a South African court after being convicted of culpable homicide for killing girlfriend Reeva Steenkamp. | AP Photo Oscar Pistorius, foreground, in court, Oct. 13, 2014. Pistorius faces sentencing this week in a South African court after being convicted of culpable homicide for killing girlfriend Reeva Steenkamp. | AP Photo
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Oscar Pistorius returned to a South Africa courtroom today, with his freedom – and his future – hanging in the balance. More>>

Heated Argument Forces Police Response at Regency Square

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Witnesses reported that they saw a weapon being displayed but no firearm was ever discharged and the suspects left the scene before police arrived.
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Broccoli Sprout Extract May Help Curb Autism Symptoms

A small new study found that a chemical in broccoli sprouts may help alleviate the symptoms of autism. (PHOTO: ABC News) A small new study found that a chemical in broccoli sprouts may help alleviate the symptoms of autism. (PHOTO: ABC News)
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A chemical derived from broccoli sprout could help treat symptoms of autism, according to a new study from Johns Hopkins and Harvard hospitals. More>>

Doctor Gives Blood for Ebola-Infected Dallas Nurse

Ebola survivor Dr. Kent Brantly, left, appears on Capitol Hill in Washington, Sept. 16, 2014. Nina Pham, right, is seen in an undated handout photo provided by her family. | AP Photo Ebola survivor Dr. Kent Brantly, left, appears on Capitol Hill in Washington, Sept. 16, 2014. Nina Pham, right, is seen in an undated handout photo provided by her family. | AP Photo
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A Dallas nurse who caught Ebola while treating a Liberian patient who died of the disease has received a plasma transfusion donated by a doctor who beat the virus. More>>

2 Killed as Storms Sweep Across Several States

Brittany Garner, right, shows Toshia Laing the tree that fell in her backyard during the storm Monday, Oct. 13, 2014, in Monroe, La. | AP Photo Brittany Garner, right, shows Toshia Laing the tree that fell in her backyard during the storm Monday, Oct. 13, 2014, in Monroe, La. | AP Photo
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A storm system punched its way across a large part of the South early Tuesday as high winds and isolated tornadoes damaged homes, downed trees and left scattered power outages around several states. More>>

Powerful Weather System On The Way To Central Virginia

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Powerful weather system heading our way, rain and thunder developing late tonight through Wednesday, possibly an inch or more of rain in many areas. More>>

German Hospital: UN Worker Dies of Ebola

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A United Nations medical worker who was infected with Ebola in Liberia has died despite "intensive medical procedures," a German hospital said Tuesday. More>>

Dallas Nurse With Ebola Identified Video included

Nina Pham is seen in this undated handout photo provided by her family. (Courtesy Pham Family) Nina Pham is seen in this undated handout photo provided by her family. (Courtesy Pham Family)
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The Dallas nurse who was infected with Ebola has been identified as Nina Pham. Pham tested positive for the disease this weekend, making her the first person to contract Ebola within the U.S. More>>

Student Arrested, Charged in Manchester High School Stabbing Video included

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Chesterfield County Police have charged a 17-year-old male in relation to an assault that occurred at Manchester High School Morning.Just after 9:45 a.m. Monday, police were called to the high school for a reported assault with a knife. The department's investigation indicated that a 17-year-old male who remains unidentified due to his age, stabbed another 17-year-old male student.Police say that the two knew each other.The victim, who also remains unidentified, was transported to VCU Medical... More>>

Why You Didn't Hear About Amie McLain's Trip to India Video included

Amie on previous mission trips, in Kenya and Thailand. Amie on previous mission trips, in Kenya and Thailand.
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As much as Amie says she wishes she could have shared pictures and souvenirs, she unfortunately wasn't able to go due to a mix up with her travel VISA. More>>

Patient First Medical Centers Taking New Ebola Precautions Video included

Patient First Medical Centers have put out new signs and screens alerting patients about Ebola. Patient First Medical Centers have put out new signs and screens alerting patients about Ebola.
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As soon as you walk in any Patient First Medical Center, you will notice new signs and screens--alerting patients about Ebola.Dr. Scott Greenfield, the medical director at the Patient First in Midlothian, says they follow protocols put out by the CDC. That includes asking a very most important question:“If they've had any travel to Africa within the last 2 to 21 days, they're supposed to let the receptionist know immediately. And they alert the other staff, typically a nurse here,” said Dr. G... More>>

Missing UVa. Student's Parents Plead for Hannah's Safe Return Video included

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Missing University of Virginia student Hannah Graham's parents released a statement Monday pleading for their daughter's safe return.Saturday marked a month since Hannah disappeared. The 18-year-old was last seen on the night of September 13.Over the weekend, crews were back out in Albemarle County, combing the area. The Virginia Department of Emergency Management says it's nearly completed its goal of covering the 8-mile radius around where Hannah was last seen. Hannah's parents released the... More>>

UPS to Hire 1,400 in Richmond Area for Holiday Shipping Season

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Ahead of the holiday shopping and shipping season, UPS is getting set to hire 1,400 workers in the Richmond area.The openings are a combination of seasonal and permanent jobs, including part-time package loaders and supervisors, full- and part-time delivery and tractor-trailer drivers, and driver-helpers.According to the shipping giant, pay for part-time handlers and driver-helpers positions start at $10-$22 an hour, and permanent part-time employees get health benefits and 401(k).UPS is hiri... More>>

Oscar Winner's Instagram Post Chimes in on Shockoe Debate

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Oscar-winner Lupita N'yong'o weighed in on the Shockoe Bottom debate over the weekend, once again using her Instagram account to draw attention to the historic Richmond landmark. More>>

Henrico Police Arrest Three In Shoplifting Scheme

Crystal Dawn Brumfield, 32, Tonya Ann King, 35 and her brother-in-law William Andrew King Jr., 39, are accused of shoplifting from the Kroger grocery store along the 4800 block of South Laburnum Avenue and then returning those items in exchange for gift c Crystal Dawn Brumfield, 32, Tonya Ann King, 35 and her brother-in-law William Andrew King Jr., 39, are accused of shoplifting from the Kroger grocery store along the 4800 block of South Laburnum Avenue and then returning those items in exchange for gift c
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Henrico County Police were able to shut down a shoplifting scheme that led to the arrest of three people on a variety of charges, including identity fraud and possession of heroin.According to police, 32-year-old Crystal Dawn Brumfield, 35-year-old Tonya Ann King, and her brother-in-law, -39-year-old William Andrew King, Jr. are accused of shoplifting from the Kroger grocery store in the 4800 block of South Laburum Avenue and then returning the items at the store for gift cards.“Brumsfield wa... More>>

Mayor Jones to Reserve Funds for RPS Maintenance Needs

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Richmond Mayor Dwight Jones announced plans for a reserve $2 million fund designated for maintenance needs at Richmond Public Schools on Monday. More>>

Airline Apologizes for Flight Attendant's Treatment of Soldier

An Army Ranger on a flight from Portland Ore. to Charlotte, North Carolina was not allowed to hang up his uniform during the flight. (PHOTO: ABC News) An Army Ranger on a flight from Portland Ore. to Charlotte, North Carolina was not allowed to hang up his uniform during the flight. (PHOTO: ABC News)
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US Airways has apologized after one of its flight attendants refused to hang a soldier's uniform in the plane's coat closet because he was not seated in first class. More>>

Maureen McDonnell Requests Sentencing Delay Video included

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Maureen McDonnell, who was convicted last month of nine corruption charges, has asked a federal judge to delay her sentencing until mid-February. More>>

'Sandwich Man' Spends All Night Driving Around Feeding City's Homeless

Allan Law is truly a miracle on wheels. Law, a 69-year old Minneapolis resident, is better known as the "Sandwich Man." (PHOTO: YouTube/NationSwell) Allan Law is truly a miracle on wheels. Law, a 69-year old Minneapolis resident, is better known as the "Sandwich Man." (PHOTO: YouTube/NationSwell)
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Allan Law is truly a miracle on wheels. Law, a 69-year old Minneapolis resident, is better known as the "Sandwich Man."
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Henrico Teacher Charged for Sexual Relationship with Juvenile Video included

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A teacher at Highland Springs High was arrested and charged for a sexual relationship with a juvenile. More>>

Children in Syria Risk Death by Going to School

Syrian children attend the first day of school in a rebel-held area of the northern city of Aleppo, on Sept. 6, 2014. (PHOTO: ABC News) Syrian children attend the first day of school in a rebel-held area of the northern city of Aleppo, on Sept. 6, 2014. (PHOTO: ABC News)
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Last Wednesday a double bombing in front of the Akrama al-Makhzomi elementary school in the city of Homs claimed the lives of numerous students and wounded scores of others. More>>

Mechanical Problem Blamed for Fatal Hayride Crash

A sign attached to a pole points in the direction of the Gauntlet Haunted Night Ride at Harvest Hills Farm, in Mechanic Falls, Maine, Sunday, Oct. 12, 2014. | AP Photo A sign attached to a pole points in the direction of the Gauntlet Haunted Night Ride at Harvest Hills Farm, in Mechanic Falls, Maine, Sunday, Oct. 12, 2014. | AP Photo
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A mechanical problem caused a Jeep towing a wagon full of passengers to slam into a tree during a Halloween-themed hayride in the woods, killing a teenager and injuring more than 20 other people. More>>

UPDATE: Police Locate Missing Petersburg Woman with Dementia Video included

Emma Gilliam (PHOTO: Petersburg Police) Emma Gilliam (PHOTO: Petersburg Police)
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An elderly woman with dementia hasn't been seen for more than 24 hours. Police are asking everyone in and around the Petersburg area to be on the look-out for 83-year-old Emma Gilliam.
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Detour in Place on Ridgefield Parkway for Water Main Repairs

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Ridgefield Parkway is closed from the intersection of Gayton Road to the intersection of Poplar Forest Drive.
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One Injured After Shooting on Norfolk State University Campus Video included

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One person was been shot on Norfolk State University's campus Monday morning, 8News affiliate WVEC reports.
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Victim Recovering After Weekend Henrico Apt. Complex Shooting Video included

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Police say the call for shots fired came in around 5:10 p.m. at the Hunters Ridge Apartments in the 2400 block of Gayton Road. More>>

17 Arrested in St. Louis Protests of Police Shootings

Organizers of the four-day 'Ferguson October' summit are protesting the shooting of unarmed 18-year-old Michael Brown.| AP Photo Organizers of the four-day 'Ferguson October' summit are protesting the shooting of unarmed 18-year-old Michael Brown.| AP Photo
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Officers arrested 17 protesters and used pepper spray to subdue some Sunday in a St. Louis neighborhood not far from the suburb where violence erupted this summer after the shooting of Mike Brown. More>>

Columbus Day 2014: Not Everywhere Is Closed!

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Here's a list of places that are closed today for Columbus Day. More>>

Ebola Protocol Breach Raises Questions About Where to Treat Patients Video included

Health care workers display protective gear to protect them from an Ebola virus infection inside an isolation room as part of a media tour of the emergency department of Bellevue Hospital in New York City, Oct. 8, 2014. (PHOTO: ABC News) Health care workers display protective gear to protect them from an Ebola virus infection inside an isolation room as part of a media tour of the emergency department of Bellevue Hospital in New York City, Oct. 8, 2014. (PHOTO: ABC News)
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The protocol breach at a Texas hospital being blamed for a health care worker being infected with Ebola, the first person to contract the disease in the United States, is raising concerns. More>>

Columbus Day 2014: Hero, Villain or Maybe Both

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Sailor-explorer Christopher Columbus didn't exactly "discover" America, but the Italian explorer raised and solidified European awareness of the Americas after arriving Oct. 12, 1492. More>>

Richmond Police Search for Suspect in Shooting of 17-Year-Old Video included

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Police continue to search for the suspect who shot a 17-year-old over the weekend. Officers got a call just after 10:30 p.m. Saturday on Creighton Road. The teen is still recovering from his injuries this morning. There are still no details about the suspect.Stay with 8News for updates on this developing story.Copyright 2014 by Young Broadcasting of Richmond. More>>

Oscar Pistorius Faces Sentencing This Week

Oscar Pistorius faces sentencing this week for killing girlfriend Reeva Steenkamp. | AP Photo Oscar Pistorius faces sentencing this week for killing girlfriend Reeva Steenkamp. | AP Photo
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Cloudy with Possibility of Showers Today, Dry Beginning Friday

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Mainly cloudy today – shower possible, steady rain could develop for Wednesday, dry period beginning Friday. More>>

Department of Defense Rocket Launched From Wallops Island

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WALLOPS ISLAND, Va. (AP) -  NASA has launched a rocket for the Department of Defense from its Wallops Island Flight Facility in Virginia. The space agency says the Terrier-Lynx suborbital rocket was launched at 12:27 a.m. Sunday. More>>

Health Worker 2nd In US To Test Positive For Ebola

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DALLAS (AP) -- A Texas health care worker who was in full protective gear when they provided hospital care for an Ebola patient who later died has tested positive for the virus and is in stable condition, health officials said Sunday. If the preliminary diagnosis is confirmed, it would be the first known case of the disease being contracted or transmitted in the U.S.Dr. Daniel Varga, of the Texas Health Resources, said during a news conference Sunday that the worker wore a gown, gloves, mask ... More>>

Henrico Festival Kicks Off Fatherhood Initiative to Create Role Models for Kids Video included

The ManUp Fall Harvest Festival kicks off the Henrico Fatherhood Initiative, created to inspire fathers to be role models to their kids. The ManUp Fall Harvest Festival kicks off the Henrico Fatherhood Initiative, created to inspire fathers to be role models to their kids.
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The ManUp Fall Harvest Festival at Dorsey Park in Henrico was filled with games, food and music Saturday. But behind all the fun, is a very serious message aimed at fathers.“Whether they're uncles, cousins, grandfathers, we are about inspiring men to just be present. To be active,” said Larry Willis, the marketing coordinator for ManUp, the group that put on the festival.The event kicks off the Henrico Fatherhood Initiative created by Henrico County Public Schools and ManUp.“What we're saying... More>>

Virginia Gov. Says Married Gay Couples Can Adopt

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RICHMOND, Va. (AP) - Virginia Gov. Terry McAuliffe is sending notice to local social services divisions that married gay couples can now adopt children. McAuliffe's office announced Friday that it was formally recognizing that same-sex couples can legally adopt. The U.S. Supreme Court effectively legalized gay marriage in Virginia Monday, prompting several gay couples to get married around the state. McAuliffe said he hopes the legalization of gay marriage will lead to more children finding l... More>>

Chesterfield Garage Fire Leaves Family Of Five Displaced

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The Chesterfield County Department of Fire and Emergency Medical Services responded early Saturday morning at 1:51 a.m. to 518 Colony Oak Lane for the report of a structure fire. Fire crews arrived to find heavy fire showing from the front and side of the attached garage. The fire had already spread to a vehicle in the driveway and the vehicle was fully involved with fire. Firefighters confirmed that the residents were safely outside and began extinguishing the fire. It took crews approximate... More>>

Arrest Made In Henrico Sexual Assault, Car Theft

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Henrico Police announced Friday evening that an arrest has been made in the Wednesday sexual assault of a woman inside a model home and robbery of another woman.Police said that 27-year-old Arnold Raphael Eason was placed under arrest, facing charges of burglary, robbery, abduction and carjacking as a result of the second incident where Eason allegedly forced his way into a home and stole the victim's purse and keys.On Wednesday, an woman was sexually assaulted in the 2400 block of Woodman ... More>>

Richmond Family Gets Answers Following Violent Murder 30 Years Ago Video included

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A Richmond family is finally getting some answers after their 78-year-old father was violently murdered at home nearly 30 years ago.On September 20, 1992, Meador Purdue was found dead inside his south Richmond home. Purdue was taking care of his wife, who had just had a stroke and was bedridden.“Mr, Purdue was a hard working man,” said Richmond Police Det. M.A. Williams. “He raised two wonderful children and didn't bother nobody.”Purdue and his wife were both asleep when a man broke a utility... More>>

Thousands of Venomous Spiders Force Family from Home

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A family was driven from their suburban St. Louis home by thousands of venomous spiders that fell from the ceiling and oozed from the walls.Brian and Susan Trost bought the $450,000 home overlooking two golf holes at Whitmoor Country Club in Weldon Spring in October 2007 and soon afterward started seeing brown recluse spiders everywhere, The St. Louis Post-Dispatch reported . Once when showering, Susan Trost dodged a spider as it fell from the ceiling and washed down the drain.She told St. Lo... More>>

'Humanitarian Magician' Rips Up Homeless Man's Sign

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Magician Rob Anderson was inspired when he heard about a homeless veteran, Alan, who loves to make people happy.By the end of the gutsy trick Anderson pulled, though, Alan was the one who was smiling.Anderson, a well-known Las Vegas magician who has performed for CEOs, also posts inspiring videos like this one to his YouTube channel.As the video gained popularity, Anderson wrote a clarification: "For those who are concerned, I stuck around and picked all the money up with him after the camera... More>>

What Could Stone Brewing Co. Project Cost Area Taxpayers? Video included

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After all the excitement from the announcement of Stone Brewing Company coming to Richmond, what could this massive project cost the tax payer?Richmond beat out nearly 200 other cities to get Stone Brewing here, but the city had to put out some cash to make it happen.According the Mayor's press secretary, Tammy Hawley, the city will spend about $2 million in economic grants. Those will eventually be paid by new taxes collected by the project.The city will also issue more than $30 million in d... More>>

VSU Hosting Tribute Concert in Honor of RVA Radio Legend Mitch Malone

The "Funk and groove" concert in tribute of Mitch Malone will take place Saturday, October 25, 2014. 8pm to Midnight. (Photo courtesy: Virginia State University website) The "Funk and groove" concert in tribute of Mitch Malone will take place Saturday, October 25, 2014. 8pm to Midnight. (Photo courtesy: Virginia State University website)
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Faculty and staff of Virginia State University will honor late Richmond radio legend Mitch Malone with a concert later this month. More>>

Suspect In Four Richmond Shootings Arrested in North Carolina

Mark "Clean Up" Skeete, 28 | Photo: RPD Mark "Clean Up" Skeete, 28 | Photo: RPD
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The suspect in two double shootings that left two Richmonders dead and two others wounded has been apprehended in North Carolina, Richmond Police Department officials confirmed Friday afternoon.28-year-old Mark "Clean Up" Skeete, was identified by the U.S. Marshals Fugitive Task Force after he was arrested in Raleigh, North Carolina on Wednesday for weapons charges. He is currently being held there and is awaiting extradition. Skeete was indicted last Wednesday on two charges of murder and tw... More>>

How This Girl Called Out a Giant Sports Brand

McKenna Peterson, 12, says she’s a huge sports fan and is calling for a major retailer to include female models in its catalogs. (PHOTO: ABC News) McKenna Peterson, 12, says she’s a huge sports fan and is calling for a major retailer to include female models in its catalogs. (PHOTO: ABC News)
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A 12-year-old girl from Arizona is on a mission to get a major brand to realize that girls like sports, too. More>>

2014 Richmond Folk Festival Celebrates 10th Anniversary This Weekend Video included

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Every year, the folk festival promises a lot of fun, but since this year marks the 10th anniversary, organizers are going the extra mile. More>>

Woman Exonerated in Murder Case After 17 Years

Susan Mellen, left. (PHOTO: YouTube/Innocence Matters) Susan Mellen, left. (PHOTO: YouTube/Innocence Matters)
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A woman who spent 17 years in prison after being convicted of murder in the death of a homeless man was exonerated Friday by a Los Angeles County judge. More>>

30 Years After 'Karate Kid,' Billy Zabka Says Cobra Kais Are Still Best Friends

Martin Kove and William Zabka star in the 1984 film, "The Karate Kid." (PHOTO: Columbia Pictures) Martin Kove and William Zabka star in the 1984 film, "The Karate Kid." (PHOTO: Columbia Pictures)
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Everyone has their favorite line from the movie "Karate Kid," in which Daniel LaRusso fights back against bad boy and bully Johnny Lawrence to win the All-Valley Karate Tournament. More>>

'The Snappening:' Third Party Service May Have Saved Your Snapchats Video included

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A giant database of intercepted Snapchat photos and videos has been released by hackers who have been collecting the files for years. Users of internet forum 4chan are referring to the hack as "The Snappening."
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Chesterfield Teen Killed in Friday Morning Crash Identified Video included

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Investigators say a 19-year-old man driving a sedan going around a bend on Beach Road somehow drifted into the oncoming traffic lane and turned sideways. More>>

Police Recover Stolen Car, Search for Suspect in Henrico Model Home Assault Video included

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Henrico County Police investigators are looking for the man who they say sexually assaulted a woman in broad daylight Wednesday afternoon and later stole a car. More>>

Police Make Arrest in Hanover Ave. Assault, Robbery Video included

Allen A. Kelly, 46, of the 5800 block of Westover Village Drive, has been charged with robbery and malicious wounding. (PHOTO: RPD) Allen A. Kelly, 46, of the 5800 block of Westover Village Drive, has been charged with robbery and malicious wounding. (PHOTO: RPD)
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A man was for the assaults and robbery Monday night on Hanover Avenue. More>>

Richmond Police Look for Convenience Store Robbers Video included

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Richmond Police are asking for the public's help to identify two men who broke into a convenience store last month. More>>

79-Year-Old Henrico Woman Robbed By Scammers

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Officers responded to 5500 Block of Cedar Croft Street at in reference to a larceny call for service Saturday. A 79 year old victim stated that a white male knocked on her door around 12 noon, Saturday and claimed to have known her deceased husband and was allowed in the home by the victim. Shortly after that another male entered the home with a large piece of linoleum flooring. Both suspects held it up, while one of the white male's tried to sell it to the victim. They positioned themselves ... More>>

Westover Hills Boulevard Double Homicide & Shooting Investigation

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Richmond Police detectives are in the early stages of a double homicide and shooting investigation on the city's Southside Sunday morning. At approximately 2:27 a.m. Sunday, officers received a call for a person shot in the 400 block of Westover Hills Boulevard. They arrived on scene within minutes and found three people who had been shot.Two males died at the scene and a female was taken to the hospital with life-threatening injuries. Detectives believe the shootings stemmed from an argument... More>>

Hanover County: Two Die In Fiery Fatal Accident

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Virginia State Police responded to a single vehicle crash early Sunday morning at 4:15 A.M. The crash occurred at I- 295 northbound at the 38 mile marker (Pole Green Road) in Hanover County.A 1999 Cadillac was traveling north on I-295 when it ran off the road to the right and stuck an overhead sign support, causing the vehicle to catch fire. The driver of the 1999 Cadillac, Derrick L. Hall, 35, of Mechanicsville, was transported to MCV hospital where he was pronounced dead. He was not wearing... More>>

Illinois Pet Dubbed World's Tallest Cow

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ORANGEVILLE, Ill. (AP) -- A 6-foot-4-inch cow owned by an Illinois woman was recently dubbed the world's tallest.Patty Hanson and Blosom the cow smiled for their official Guinness World Records photo shoot Monday.Hanson received an email in mid-August saying Blosom had been named the world's tallest cow. She sought the record after veterinarians and the cow's foot trimmer constantly noted the 2,000-pound animal's large size, Hanson said. At the end of May, family and friends began documenting... More>>

Another Year, Another Small Social Security Bump

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WASHINGTON (AP) -- For the third straight year, millions of Social Security recipients, disabled veterans and federal retirees can expect historically small increases in their benefits come January.Preliminary figures suggest the annual cost-of-living adjustment, or COLA, will be less than 2 percent. That translates to a raise of about $20 a month for the typical Social Security beneficiary.The government is scheduled to announce the COLA on Wednesday, when it releases the latest measure of c... More>>

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  • Dying Cancer Victim Begs Brittany Maynard Not to End Her Life

    Dying Cancer Victim Begs Brittany Maynard Not to End Her Life

    Friday, October 10 2014 4:42 PM EDT2014-10-10 20:42:53 GMT
    Kara Tippetts is begging Brittany Maynard to reconsider ending her life over cancer. A breast-cancer patient, herself, Tippetts has 4 children and is wife to a minister. Jen Lints/Jenlintsphotography.comKara Tippetts is begging Brittany Maynard to reconsider ending her life over cancer. A breast-cancer patient, herself, Tippetts has 4 children and is wife to a minister. Jen Lints/Jenlintsphotography.com
    Brittany Maynard, a 29-year-old suffering from terminal brain cancer, announced to world her plan to end her own life by assisted suicide on November 1st to avoid further suffering (read more about her story here). Her story has since sparked much online debate and controversy regarding "right to die" laws. Now, another terminal cancer victim is begging Maynard not to end her life.Kara Tippetts, 38, said she prayed with friends and family after hearing about Maynard's story. Tippetts is a dev...More >>
    Brittany Maynard, a 29-year-old suffering from terminal brain cancer, announced to world her plan to end her own life by assisted suicide on November 1st to avoid further suffering (read more about her story here). Her story has since sparked much online debate and controversy regarding "right to die" laws. Now, another terminal cancer victim is begging Maynard not to end her life.Kara Tippetts, 38, said she prayed with friends and family after hearing about Maynard's story. Tippetts is a dev...More >>
  • Doctors Remind Patients Flu Shots Can Save Their Lives

    Doctors Remind Patients Flu Shots Can Save Their Lives

    Tuesday, October 7 2014 7:43 PM EDT2014-10-07 23:43:10 GMT
    The flu season is officially here, and medical professionals are constantly reminding patients to get vaccinated.Patients as young as 6 months can take flu mists. All other patients can get vaccinated with a flu shot or the flu mist.Children, people with weaker immune systems and the elderly are most at risk, but doctors insist everyone needs to get vaccinated."There are people who have died from the flu who were totally healthy, they were not in one of the high risk populations," says Dr. Li...More >>
    The flu season is officially here, and medical professionals are constantly reminding patients to get vaccinated.Patients as young as 6 months can take flu mists. All other patients can get vaccinated with a flu shot or the flu mist.Children, people with weaker immune systems and the elderly are most at risk, but doctors insist everyone needs to get vaccinated."There are people who have died from the flu who were totally healthy, they were not in one of the high risk populations," says Dr. Li...More >>
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