Delaney Hall, 8News WRIC Richmond

Delaney Hall

8News WRIC Richmond

Richmond, VA, United States

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Recent articles by Delaney:

Two people injured after car strikes ditch then rolls in Chesterfield crash

Two people are hurt after a rollover crash in Chesterfield → Read More

Richmond, Roanoke doctors are partnering to better treat elderly with traumatic brain injuries

BRAINBox solutions, along with Carilion Clinic in Roanoke, are hoping to better diagnose and treat traumatic brain injuries in elderly patients. → Read More

8News Anchor John Rogers and family welcome baby boy

8News Morning Anchor John Rogers’ baby, William, is making his grand entrance to the Good Morning Richmond team! Please join us in welcoming baby William to the world! → Read More

Remarkable Women: Chesterfield principal brings joy, fresh perspective to Curtis Elementary

“I walk down the hallways all the time when the building is completely empty — and think ‘I have the coolest job in the world.'” → Read More

Crozet teen to audition for ‘American Idol’

“I just want to pursue a career in music,” she said. “That’s all I’ve ever wanted. I want to be able to go on tour one day. I want to be able to sell my own music. Keep writing music. Collab with other artists. I want a career in this so badly.” → Read More

Richmond woman warns of jury duty scam after almost losing thousands of dollars

Barbara Steele has lived in the city for about seven years, and said she got an alarming phone call about a week and a half ago. The caller claimed to be a sheriff’s deputy. → Read More

Richmond’s First Baptist Church hosts dozens of Fox Elementary students for virtual learning

While Richmond Public Schools leaders work on a long-term plan to get students into another building, Fox students are temporarily learning virtually. → Read More

Ukrainians living in Central Virginia voice concerns over escalating crisis

As tensions escalate between Ukraine and Russia, some Ukrainians living in Central Virginia said they’re uncertain about what lies ahead. → Read More

High volume of bat removal calls reported in Virginia

Experts with Virginia Wildlife Management and Control say they’re seeing an unusually high volume of calls for bat removals. → Read More

Family, friends honor fallen Bridgewater College officers

Around 3,000 people gathered Wednesday morning at JMU’s Atlantic Union Bank Center for the memorial service honoring fallen Bridgewater College campus police officer John Painter and campus safety officer Vashon ‘JJ’ Jefferson. → Read More

Virginia Poison Center urges caution, potentially dangerous ingredient in at-home COVID tests

RICHMOND, Va. (WRIC) – The Virginia Poison Center is on high alert after experts say an ingredient inside the test could be dangerous if used incorrectly. The center warns the reagent, or liquid inside the vials, is poisonous. While the typical amount of liquid found inside an at-home test is not deadly, it can cause […] → Read More

Loved ones, students reflect on officers killed in Bridgewater shooting,

The victims are 55-year-old, Bridgewater College police officer John E. Painter, and 48-year-old Bridgewater College campus safety officer Vashon “JJ” A. Jefferson. A memorial took place outside Memorial Hall on Bridgewater’s campus Wednesday night, as a place loved ones could gather and reflect. → Read More

Chesterfield residents voice growing concern over proposed Upper Magnolia Green project

The plan includes transforming 2,400 acres into a technology village in Upper Magnolia West and schools and homes in Upper Magnolia East. → Read More

Honoring Black History: The legacy Rev. Dr. Katie Geneva Cannon left in Richmond and theology

Rev. Dr. Katie Geneva Cannon was a theology trailblazer, pushing past boundaries to become the first Black woman in the United States to be ordained in the Presbyterian Church. → Read More

Local mom advocates for safe exchange zones after Facebook Marketplace exchange goes wrong

A local mom is advocating for safe exchange zones after Richmond Police say a family was robbed at gunpoint. → Read More

Richmond woman urging vigilance after catalytic converter gets stolen, RPD see 200% rise in thefts

It comes as Richmond Police say they’ve seen a 207% increase in catalytic converter thefts in the past year alone. → Read More

Legal expert, parents weigh in on Governor Youngkin’s new mask order

Just days into his term as the 74th Governor of Virginia, Glenn Youngkin is getting push back on a new executive order allowing parents to opt their child out of school mask mandates. → Read More

Twelve people without a home after Henrico apartment complex catches fire

Henrico fire marshals will determine the cause of the fire. Crews will remain on scene for the next several hours, and drivers can expect traffic delays on Lakeside Avenue between Hilliard Road and Brook Road. → Read More

Local and state health leaders urging vaccinations, testing ahead of holiday gatherings

RICHMOND, Va. (WRIC) — As the holiday rush picks up and the new omicron variant spreads, the Virginia Department of Health (VDH) and local health leaders are urging Virginians to remain vigilant. In Richmond, Mayor Levar Stoney says cases are up 38% compared to last week. Local health leaders say regardless of vaccination status, testing […] → Read More

GRTC temporary service changes, new on-demand service take effect

Starting Monday, select routes will temporarily end service at 11 p.m. or not start until 6 a.m. because of ongoing driver shortages. → Read More