Chelsea Rarrick, WTVR CBS 6 Richmond

Chelsea Rarrick

WTVR CBS 6 Richmond

Richmond, VA, United States

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Past articles by Chelsea:

Linwood Holton students hope to take garden education to next level

At Holton Elementary school in Richmond, students connect what they’ve learned in the classroom with what is outside in their school garden. → Read More

Convicted child molester moves next door to victim: Could this happen in Virginia?

An Oklahoma woman said the man who was convicted of molesting her when she was a little girl now lives next door. Could this happen in Virginia? → Read More

Hundreds of friends and classmates gather to remember Otto Warmbier

Hundreds of friends and classmates gathered Tuesday night on the University of Virginia campus in Charlottesville to remember student Otto Warmbier. → Read More

Teachers surprised with ice cream on last day of school

CBS 6 reporter Chelsea Rarrick wanted to do something special for the teachers at Three Chopt Elementary to help kick off their summer break. → Read More

Richmond runner killed on West Main Street

The runner, who police described as a man, was struck by a car at 6 a.m. along the 1700 block of West Main Street, between N. Allen and Vine Streets. → Read More

RPS advocates call for Mayor Stoney to delay Education Compact

The Education Compact is a collaborative group where City Council, Mayor Stoney and School Board members to all work together to improve education in the city. → Read More

Teen killed in Chesterfield neighborhood

The shooting happened between 9 a.m. and 10 a.m., according to Chesterfield Police. → Read More

Multiple threatening notes found at Freeman High School

Freeman High School was evacuated Thursday morning. → Read More

Richmond officer praises slain trooper: ‘He’s the reason I’m here right now’

“He was clearly among the best of the blue,” said Mike Jones, who worked with Walter at the Virginia Capitol Police. → Read More

Grieving community vows to carry on legacy slain trooper, ‘Coach Walter’

Hundreds came to Blackhawk Gym in Powhatan County to honor “Coach Walter” and share their memories. → Read More

Vigil honors slain VSP trooper: ‘We lost a great servant, father, husband’

“This is senseless,” said the President of the Mosby Tenant Council. “This man’s life, he was here trying to help us, and it hurts, it really, really hurts." → Read More

Woman fuming over bed bugs: ‘I’m constantly being bitten’

Marieda Cooper said she and her family have been living with bed bugs in their apartment for months. → Read More

Students could face charges after fight erupts at James River High

Several students could face criminal charges after a fight erupted Wednesday inside James River High School. → Read More

Police investigating shooting near Richmond, Henrico line

Stay with CBS 6 for the latest on this developing story. → Read More

Woman hit on head with crowbar in random Shockoe attack

A Richmond Police Officer patrolling the area quickly tracked down the man who was wielding a crowbar-like object. → Read More

Good Samaritan rushes to Henrico crash

HENRICO COUNTY, Va – Henrico police are investigating the cause of an early morning crash Friday. It happened at Brook Rd and E Parham Rd around 1:30 a.m. Police say one adult male was taken to the hospital with non-life threatening injuries. One person living nearby says she was laying down for bed when she heard the crash. She immediately ran over to help. → Read More

Ex-restaurant worker accused of stealing customers’ credit card info

A spokesperson from the group that owns the restaurant said they took action immediately. → Read More

Superintendent: City of Petersburg owes school system nearly $3 million

School leaders confirmed Wednesday night the City of Petersburg owes the Petersburg City School System nearly $3 million dollars. → Read More

Chesterfield teacher concerned by technical issue with reading SOL

Some teachers were concerned over a technical issue with a portion of the reading SOL tests taken in Virginia this week. → Read More

Parents hope new RPS program can nurture students impacted by trauma

"It's so hard," she said. "I just gotta be strong and continue to do what I'm doing, to get my kids out of this neighborhood." → Read More