Caroline Coleburn, WTVR CBS 6 Richmond

Caroline Coleburn

WTVR CBS 6 Richmond

Richmond, VA, United States

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Past articles by Caroline:

AAA predicts Labor Day could reach pre-pandemic levels

Across the country, the average gas prices heading into the holiday weekend are $3.81 per gallon, and in Virginia, the state average is $3.60. → Read More

Shocking video shows moment Virginia man is struck by lightning

Bobby Pridemore was moving cows in a pasture about 100 yards behind his home in Crewe when lightning struck a metal gate and sent a charge down the barbed wire fence where he was standing. → Read More

Virginia woman finds snake inside popcorn bag at grocery store

A Lunenburg County woman is still in shock Friday morning after she says a trip to the local grocery store Thursday turned into a nightmare. → Read More

Back to School so soon? Some Chesterfield students return to the classroom in July

Bellwood and Falling Creek Elementary Schools have participated in a year-round schooling model since 2018. The district says early data shows it's helping prevent learning loss during the summer. → Read More

Blackstone hosting second annual Juneteenth celebration

There will be vendors, educational speakers, live music, a place for children and a county-wide worship on Sunday at the Nottoway Middle School Auditorium. → Read More

Search on James River continues for missing Chesterfield woman

The search for 28-year-old Sarah Erway, one of the two women who went missing Monday after going over the Bosher Dam, has entered its fourth day, but officials say they won't stop searching until they can bring her family closure. → Read More

AAA: Record-high gas prices not stopping 970,000 Virginians from traveling for holiday

This Memorial Day weekend, AAA is predicting 970,000 Virginians will travel, and you should anticipate much busier roads than we've seen the past few years. → Read More

What to do if you haven't filed your taxes by April 18

This year's filing is more complicated following child tax credits and stimulus checks coming last year. → Read More

Loan program helps Richmond's small businesses thrive

The Metropolitan Business League (MBL) is helping Richmond area businesses apply for Kiva loans, which are available at no interest or fees to the small business owner. → Read More

Excitement grows in Farmville as Longwood Lancers prepare for NCAA Tournament

Farmville Mayor David Whitus said the town is holding several watch parties for both games. → Read More

Teen who killed Richmond baby and her mom sentenced to 52 years in prison

Kevon Bynum, who killed three people in two Richmond shootings, was sentenced to 52 years in prison during a Monday sentencing hearing. → Read More

As mask mandates are lifted, test-to-stay programs help schools, businesses get back to new normal

As cases of coronavirus continue to decline and more workplaces and schools remove mask policies, many are moving to test-to-stay programs. → Read More

Richmond faith leaders will host prayer vigil for Ukraine

Richmond's Interfaith Clergy is hoping to bring the community together Thursday night to pray for Ukraine. → Read More

Students combine exercise and coding in this Henrico class

P.E. class with Kevin Napier at Nuckols Farm Elementary is far from what some of us right remember from elementary school. → Read More

Richmond nonprofit gives out $100,000 to help small businesses stay afloat

The Metropolitan Business League is working to help provide grants to small businesses that were negatively impacted by the pandemic. → Read More

Richmond nonprofit hopes to help with baby formula shortage

Shortages of baby formula are causing hardships for Central Virginia parents. Urban Baby Beginnings, a nonprofit that advocates for birthing and postpartum families, is now working to gather donations to help moms feed their babies. → Read More

This new partnership aims to get more drivers behind the wheels of tractor-trailers

Right now, approximately 80,000 truck drivers are needed to meet growing consumer and supply chain demands. A new partnership between the Virginia Ready Initiative (VA Ready) and the Virginia Trucking Association could help improve the truck driver shortage. → Read More

Farmville radio station WFLO signs off after 75 years

After 75 years on the air, WFLO, Farmville's legacy radio, is signing off New Year's Eve for the final time. The station has become part of hundreds of listeners daily routines. → Read More

Flu cases on the rise in Virginia

In the 2021-2022 flu season so far, Virginia has seen nearly 598 cases. Flu-like illnesses make up about 3.3% of all emergency department and urgent care center visits. → Read More

COVID-19 test shortage continues in Central Virginia as daily case numbers climb

As Christmas weekend wraps up, a surge in coronavirus cases is continuing nationwide. In Central Virginia, COVID-19 tests are in high demand, but often hard to find. → Read More