Brendan King, WTVR CBS 6 Richmond

Brendan King

WTVR CBS 6 Richmond

Richmond, VA, United States

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Past articles by Brendan:

Need clothes for work? This Richmond nonprofit wants to help

The nonprofit serves 22 counties with a closing program, career coaching, entrepreneurship training, GED prep, and more. → Read More

Shamrock the Block in Scott's Addition is moving…a block

Mike Murphy with Three-One-One Productions told CBS 6’s Brendan King that as the event continues to grow, the allure of Scott’s Addition was too strong to ignore. → Read More

Sights and sounds of free Purim Party in Central Virginia

The Jewish holiday officially begins Monday at sundown and stems from the Book of Esther, which is part of the Hebrew Bible. → Read More

Teens ask Virginia lawmakers to advocate for their mental health

Virginia’s Youth in Action (YAYA) stood with a bipartisan group of lawmakers from both the House and Senate for a press conference on students’ mental health on Tuesday. → Read More

West End church giving away Christmas trees on Saturday

The six to seven feet Norway spruces will be arriving to the West End church on Friday and will given out while supplies last. → Read More

Charges certified against man accused of Chesterfield hit-and-run

A Chesterfield judge certified charges against a man accused of running from the scene of a fatal motorcycle crash. → Read More

Why this Richmond veterinarian left the clinic: ‘You could never get ahead’

Dr. Evan Apotheker spent the past 10 years practicing in both small animal care and emergency medicine in Richmond. But in 2021, he made the decision to shift to house calls only. → Read More

How you can help fill birthday bags for Richmond kids

Volunteers at Celebrate RVA on Oliver Hill Way assemble and deliver birthday bags to schools and children across the city. → Read More

World Meningitis Day emphasizes importance for parents to vaccine teens, babies

Richmond-Henrico Health District (RHHD) is recognizing World Meningitis Day, which raises awareness about the disease that can cause death or lifelong disability. → Read More

Got scraps? Take advantage of Richmond's new community composting program

Richmond’s Parks and Recreation department was given a significant grant to launch a community composting pilot program. → Read More

Safety improvements coming to 2022 State Fair of Virginia

Executive Director Marlene Jolliffe said that every guest will go through a metal detector on their way for the first time. → Read More

Richmond science teacher Kaira Thompson named Region 1 Teacher of the Year: 'I'm so thankful for my students'

"I tell my students every year if you’re ever in my class you’re always going to be in my class,” Kaira Thompson said. → Read More

More beagles seized from breeding facility arrive in Richmond: 'This is a great day'

Dozens of beagles seized from the shuttered Envigo breeding facility in Cumberland County experienced their first sniff of freedom. → Read More

This truck driver saw a car swerving all over the road. What he did next may have saved lives.

A tractor-trailer driver spotted a car driving erratically on a busy Central Virginia highway last month and chose to put his own life in danger to save others on the road. → Read More

How Virginia drivers can save on gas this Fourth of July weekend

Virginians are still paying $1.73 more for a gallon of gas compared to a year ago as June 30 marked the first day of Fourth of July weekend travel, according to AAA. → Read More

Meet the 13-year-old running a lemonade empire in Richmond

Aubrie Green founded his business Breezzy’s Lemonade when he was 11 years old. His mother, Ceydria McCray, said the teen entrepreneur started his company with three flavors inside one store. → Read More

Study: Virginia’s roads are most deadly during July 4

The study was conducted by Jerry Insurance using data form the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration between 2006 and 2020. → Read More

Good Samaritan pushes stranded cars off flooded road after severe storm

A Good Samaritan named Country said he watched several cars attempt to cross the high waters. He helped push a car with two women inside out of the floods. → Read More

Supply chain issues prolong some Henrico construction projects

Ongoing supply chain issues could soon have major impacts on construction projects in Central Virginia. → Read More

Virginia needs better senior living centers and more senior healthcare workers, study finds

Virginia ranked 16th nationwide for the overall health of its senior citizens compared. Virginia ranked 25 in 2019. → Read More