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Richmond's days of triple-digit annual homicide counts are long gone, but a new survey still calls the city the fourth most dangerous in Virginia.
Brooklyn Beckham and Victoria Beckham attend Harper's Bazaar Women of the Year Awards 2013 at Claridge's Hotel in London on Tuesday, Nov. 5, 2013.
Today is the day that thousands of Navy families have been waiting for -- the return of the ships of USS Harry S. Truman Carrier Strike Group.
Antwon Robinson had two armed men rush into his home and try to kick in his bedroom door as he hid behind a sofa for protection.
A train derailment in Mercer County that resulted in a spill of about 1,200 tons of coal on the track and in the right-of-way of Norfolk Southern Railway's old Virginian line near Rock was cleared and trains were "back on track," early Thursday morning, according to NS spokesman Robin Chapman.
More than 150 people listened as candidates for the City Council in Ward 3 and Ward 4 shared their views Thursday on education, crime, housing and tolls during a forum.
The chief judge of the Norfolk Juvenile Court system wants more people to volunteer to represent at-risk youth in court.
A family of siamangs enjoy last year's Party for the Planet at the Virginia Zoological Park in Norfolk.
Mayor Paul Fraim's two challengers have little money, but the incumbent is bringing in major campaign cash from lawyers, developers and business executives, according to finance statements released Wednesday.
An alert was sent out around 6:20 a.m. Thursday about the Wednesday night robbery near the Village 3 apartments, which are off Killam Avenue and 45th Street.
Brown, a Menchville High School graduate, will headline NSU's Spartan Fest Comedy Show, which starts at 8 p.m. at the L. Douglas Wilder Performing Arts Center.
One person is dead and as many as eight others may have been injured in a two-vehicle wreck in Sandbridge Wednesday evening.
Over the next six years, VDOT plans on spending more than $13 billion on major transportation projects around the state.
Tune in to ABC13 Friday night, April 18, to see some of country music's stars perform for a purpose.
Mayor Paul Fraim is bringing in major campaign cash from lawyers, developers and businessmen, according to finance statements released Wednesday.