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Richmond, Virginia is located in Richmond County. Zip codes in Richmond, VA include 23293, 23226, and 23279. The median home price in Richmond is $155,000 which is roughly $105/per square foot. More Richmond information.

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Local news for Richmond, VA continually updated from thousands of sources on the web.

3 hrs ago | WRIC-TV Richmond

Fatal Accident On 295 Takes Two Lives

Virginia State Police is continuing its investigation into Saturday's fatal crash.

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6 hrs ago | WTVR Richmond

Temps will tumble Sunday night

Grab a jacket if you're heading out to Easter sunrise services, as it remains cool and rather cloudy this early morning.

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11 hrs ago | WTVR Richmond

Red Cross assisting those affected by Westover Hills apartment fire

The Red Cross is busy helping Richmonders who experienced tragedy all over the city this weekend, including three people who safely made it out of an apartment fire on Saturday.

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Sat Apr 19, 2014

Garden Rant

Should Community Gardens be Organic-Only? What about Pesticide-Free? by Susan Harris

As I recently mentioned here , the community gardeners in my town are fighting - with the treehuggers who don't want the shade-producing trees nearby removed, and with each other over rules outlawing the use of synthetic gardening products.

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Examiner.com

Richmond in the top five most dangerous cities in Virginia list

According to an NBC12 News story on Saturday, Richmond is the fourth most dangerous city in Virginia .

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Watersblogged

Timmons Group Re-Awarded VDOT On-Call Contract

Timmons Group is thrilled to announce they have been re-selected for the Virginia Department of Transportation On-Call Term Contract for Traffic Engineering Services for the Central Region.

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A-Infos Radio Project

Global A Go-Go: April 18, 2014, Segment 1

Produced live in the studios of WRIR 97.3 FM Richmond Independent Radio in Richmond, Virginia every Friday from 5 to 7 PM.

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Hampton Roads Daily Press

Law professors bolster Herring's same-sex marriage stance

Three notable law professors are weighing in on Virginia's same-sex marriage case, asserting the state's attorney general has an obligation not to defend state laws he believes violate the federal constitution.

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WRIC-TV Richmond

McAuliffe Making it Easier for Felons to Regain Voting Rights

Governor McAuliffe is making it easier for felons to regain their voting rights.

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Fri Apr 18, 2014

Examiner.com

Richmond artist Terrie Powers' "The Flying Path Project" at Visual Art Studio

Terrie Powers works on "The Flying Path Project" which will be on view at Visual Art Studio through the end of summer.

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WTVR Richmond

Higher fines proposed for speeding drivers on Richmond roads

Richmond City Councilman Parker Agelasto is calling for speeders to be fined an extra $200 per speeding ticket on West Cary, between Addison and Main Streets, as well as Semmes Avenue between 22nd and Dundee Streets.

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WTVR Richmond

Violent Richmond sex offender nabbed while donating blood

U.S. Marshals captured Allen Robert Turner, a 50-year-old fugitive wanted on charges stemming from a felony rape conviction which occurred over 10 years ago.

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WTVR Richmond

Suspect robs Family Dollar, assaults worker

Richmond police are asking for the public's help finding a man who robbed a Family Dollar and beat up an employee.

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The Coastal Courier

LCHS alum earns internship

Liberty County High School alum Donnie Pulliam will spend the summer interning as a member of the Moton Fellowship Leader's Program.

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WRIC-TV Richmond

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The world's leading supplier and processor of leaf tobacco is venturing beyond the cash crop into the food business.

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Thu Apr 17, 2014

WTVR Richmond

Richmond man disputes deceased mom's astronomical water bill

"I said 'what the hell did my mom go buy a whale?'" John Bartnik said. "So, I came over here, I looked in in the basement - no whale."

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National Public Radio

Fraternity Shuts Ole Miss Branch After Noose Tying

A national fraternity group has closed its University of Mississippi chapter after three members were accused of tying a noose around the neck of a statue of the first black student to enroll in the then-all white Southern college.

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WTVR Richmond

HOLMBERG: Woman robbed of dentures: "A fatal attraction thing"

Richmond police Capt. Roger Russell explained that a woman's dentures were pulled out of her mouth and taken by a man she knew during an altercation in the 1400 block of Bainbridge Street in South Richmond.

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WRIC-TV Richmond

Emporia Police Seek Bank Fraud Suspect

The Emporia Police Department is seeking the public's help identifying and locating a black man accused of unlawfully cashing checks.

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FBM News

The Lost Bowl

This saturday we celebrate the spirit of getting awesome, and the DIY backyard party ethics by hosting a jam at the Lost Bowl in Richmond Virginia.

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