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Against the backdrop of a challenge to Virginia's ban on gay marriage reaching the U.S. Supreme Court, Richmond has "come out" as a destination for LGBT tourists. The bold appeal is from the organization Richmond Region Tourism, whose campaign declaring that Richmond is leaving the closet behind is being broadcast through print ads, online banner ads and on social media.
5 hrs ago | WRIC-TV Richmond
Police are seeking the public's help in finding a man who robbed a Richmond convenience store at gunpoint earlier this month. According to Richmond Police, a man walked in the BP Amoco gas station in the 2800 block of Broad Rock Blvd and robbed the employee working their at gunpoint.
6 hrs ago | WTVR Richmond
A Richmond man was arrested after police said he returned to a home in the Fan that had been burglarized to pick up loot he'd hidden in a bush. The suspect returned to the scene of the crime about 20 minutes after he successfully evaded capture, according to a Richmond Police Department Facebook post .
More than just a game day starter. people across America could be heard singing the national anthem Sunday in celebration of the song's 200th anniversary .
Richmond Chief Administrative Officer Byron Marshall is no longer employed by the city of Richmond, multiple sources confirmed to CBS 6 reporters Sandra Jones and Joe St. George. Richmond City Council members were informed of Marshall's resignation late Sunday evening.
RICHMOND, Va. - Pop culture was at its finest and enthusiastically on display as thousands showed up, many in costume, for the first Wizard World Comic Con in Richmond Fans of the "Evil Dead," "Buffy the Vampire Slayer," "Breaking Bad," and the original "Batman," came out to meet actors from those shows; Bruce Campbell, James Marsters, Adam West, Burt Ward, Giancarlo Esposito and former Power Ranger Jason David Frank were all in town.
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Women control the chart's top five this week, led by Meghan Trainor's 'All About That Bass.' How uncommon is a top-five male lockout? As always, submit your questions about Billboard charts, as well as general music musings, to firstname.lastname@example.org.
On Aug. 22, I waited on the platform at the Gaynor Avenue Amtrak Station for the northbound train No. 90 to Richmond, Va.
Singer Chris Brown has managed to intrigue -- and infuriate -- the public since he first burst onto the scene in 2005. Here's a timeline of his troubled history: February 2009: Brown's legal troubles began when Los Angeles police responded to a 911 call that a woman was assaulted on a Hollywood street just after midnight on February 8. They found his girlfriend, Rihanna, then 20, with a badly bruised face.
A Clinton, Maryland man was sentenced to 10 years in federal prison Thursday for transporting a 16-year-old runaway girl into Virginia for prostitution. Mustafa Muhammad, 36, of Clinton, Maryland , was sentenced Thursday in U.S. District Court in Richmond after a jury found him guilty of the charge in June, The Associated Press reports.
Subway Restaurants of the Richmond and Tidewater areas have partnered with Virginia State Parks for the "No Family Left Inside" Campaign to help keep kids and adults active and healthy during the warm summer months. Shannon Johnson, Marketing Director for Virginia State Parks, and Matt Pritchard, Subway of Richmond Board Chair, visited the studio to share details about the campaign, including a tasty deal you can get just by getting outside and getting active.
At any given moment, there are a thousand people of all ages living on Richmond streets, and a 12-year-old Hanover boy is determined to reach out and give all of them some help and some hope. Armed with bags stuffed with a little bit of everything, Camden Giroux is on a mission that started about two years ago when a chance meeting changed his life.
An University of Richmond sophomore, shot and killed at a New Jersey intersection over the summer, may have been targeted because of deaths in the Middle East. The suspect in Brendan Tevlin's death reportedly has told investigators looking into other deaths, that he targeted people to avenge U.S. military action overseas.
"During the course of this investigation, we have been able to determine there were at least two individuals near the school just prior to the fire starting," Virginia State Police Special Agent A.B. Cooke Jr. said. "We would like to hear from these individuals or from anyone who might help us identify them."
Updated: Mon Sep 15, 2014 03:22 pm
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