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Enzo Domingo


Richmond, VA, United States

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Past articles by Enzo:

Newly launched business cleans bongs

Bong Butler offers pick-up and drop-off services for clients. → Read More

Central Virginia animal shelters, organizations ask for donations for Giving Tuesday

Non-profit animal shelters and organizations around central Virginia are accepting donations for Giving Tuesday. → Read More

4,000 meals prepared for annual Giving Hearts Community Feast

Thousands are expected to gather at the Greater Richmond Convention Center on Thanksgiving for the annual Giving Heart Community Feast. → Read More

Man runs nearly 50 miles for ‘Richmond Challenge’

Challenge allows runners to do all three races on different days, but in the month of November. → Read More

Flight issues leaves passengers scrambling

“Its the worst feeling to wake up and be kind of scrambling, trying to figure out what am I going to do." → Read More

Virginia launching crisis programs ahead of suicide prevention hotline change

Starting this week, some states - including Virginia - had to start dialing the full 10 digits when making calls. Still, the change has a more significant implication because it leaves phone lines available for the upcoming National Suicide Prevention Lifeline. → Read More

Mayor Stoney urging vaccinations as fall festivals return

This comes as the city sees a decreasing trend on Delta Variant case counts. → Read More

Residents concerned for safety after 2 men seriously hurt in double shooting outside Petersburg apartment

Police say both men suffered life-threatening injuries and were flown to an area hospital for treatment. → Read More

VEC: Over 95% of delayed claims have been resolved before mandated Labor Day deadline

VEC Spokesperson says commission handled the required 95% of cases weeks ago. → Read More

Petersburg prepares for Ida remnants, future storms

Petersburg is not taking any chances when it comes to remnants of Hurricane Ida; it was under a tornado warning around 1 p.m. Wednesday afternoon, and there were reports of a funnel cloud. → Read More

Boy loses leg after being struck by train

A young boy will lose one of his legs after being hit by a train near Gilpin Court on Sunday afternoon. → Read More

Police identify 2 people killed in overnight shooting at sports bar in Chesterfield

Chesterfield Police say two people are dead, and one person is seriously injured after an overnight shooting at Your Place Sports Bar & Grill. → Read More

Health officials expect COVID-19 booster shots in coming months

Much focus has been placed on people with weakened immune systems. → Read More

General Assembly supports change to allow student-athletes to profit off likeness

The General Assembly is considering more than just those billions in federal aid during their special session; one proposal in the budget would allow student-athletes in college to profit off their image. → Read More

Petersburg landlord calls for eviction relief as deadline approaches

Saturday, July 31 is the last day of the CDC’s eviction moratorium extension, meanings millions of people - including thousands of Virginians - could be without a home very soon. → Read More

Sen. Mark Warner, Richmond city officials tour deteriorating Mayo Bridge

RICHMOND, Va. (WWBT) - As Congress continues to go back and forth on a new infrastructure plan, Senator Mark Warner is making the case for Virginia. On Friday, the U.S. Senator toured some trouble spots along the Mayo Bridge with the Richmond City Bridge Engineer, Dr. John Kim, outlining some of the needs he would hope to see addressed if a plan is passed by Congress. 20,000 cars drive over the… → Read More

Online health care training program hopes to ease strain of medical staff shortage

Many hospitals and health care facilities are still feeling the pinch of worker shortages and other employees being overworked. → Read More

Bike group urges more safety after cyclist dies from highway accident

Group says that speed-related pedestrian deaths in Richmond rose 39% last year. → Read More

Red Cross continues to prepare storm response

“Hurricane preparedness is really a 365-day operation," said an American Red Cross representative. → Read More

Family remembers man killed in I-64 shooting

"I want my baby back," said the victim's mother, through tears/ → Read More