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Police investigating fatal shooting in Ypsilanti Township neighborhood

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Police are investigating in a Taunton neighborhood. Officers blocked off a portion of Mador Avenue Wednesday night. The investigation appears to be centered around a Jeep that was also cordoned off with crime scene tape. It's unclear exactly what police are investigating at this time.See the Story
Oil and Gas Sector · Short Pump

How to save money on gas this weekend

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The average price for a gallon of gas in Richmond on Thursday was $4.65, which is down three cents from Wednesday. Virginians are still paying $1.73 more for a gallons of gas compared to a year ago. June 30 marked the first day of Fourth of July weekend travel.See the Story
Richmond, United States · Richmond

Police have 'no imminent plans' for use of facial recognition technology

Most of the legislation passed earlier this year by the divided Virginia General Assembly will take effect Friday. Measures include measures that lifted a sweeping ban on facial recognition technology, expanded hunting on public lands, and added a new criminal penalty for marijuana possession. The new legislation explicitly bars the use of facial recognition for surveillance or monitoring.See the Story
Henrico · Henrico

Dream leads Henrico man to Virginia Lottery win

Henrico retiree Alonzo Coleman won $250,000 in the Virginia Lottery's Bank a Million game. The winning numbers were 13-14-15-16-17-18 and the Bonus Ball 19. Coleman bought the winning ticket at Glenside Corner Mart in Henrico.See the Story
Hunting · Richmond

How a new Virginia law will impact hunting on Sunday

Most of the legislation passed earlier this year by the divided Virginia General Assembly will take effect Friday. Measures include lifting a sweeping ban on facial recognition technology. Bill permitting hunting on public land on Sundays is set to take effect, as long as hunting takes place more than 200 yards (180 meters) from a place of worship.See the Story
Richmond, United States · Richmond

Virginia has a new criminal penalty for marijuana possession

Most of the legislation passed earlier this year by the divided Virginia General Assembly will take effect Friday. That includes measures that lifted a sweeping ban on facial recognition technology and expanded hunting on public lands. Lawmakers created a new criminal misdemeanor for possessing more than 4 ounces but not more than 1 pound (454 grams) of marijuana in public.See the Story
Richmond, United States · Richmond

His WWII Battalion would meet every year. Now he's the only one left at the reunion.

Jack Myers' 692nd Tank Destroyer Battalion helped liberate Europe from the clutches of Hitler. The Maryland man's zest for life is unsurpassed whether skydiving on his birthday or belting out songs before a baseball game. This year he is the only veteran left.See the Story
Henrico · Henrico

Korean grocer Lotte Plaza Market takes over former Stein Mart in Henrico

Lotte Plaza Market is taking over the 45,000-square-foot space in the Olde Towne Shopping Center left vacant by Stein Mart. The Korean grocer will open its first Richmond-area location at 7801 W. Broad St. This is a developing story, so anyone with more information can email newstips@wtvr.com.See the Story

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