Tyler Layne, WTVR CBS 6 Richmond

Tyler Layne

WTVR CBS 6 Richmond

Richmond, VA, United States

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Past articles by Tyler:

Commonwealth says there is no evidence of mass shooting plot at Dogwood Dell Independence Day event

The Commonwealth's Attorney office said there is no evidence pointing to Dogwood Dell as the planned location for an alleged mass shooting plot on the Fourth of July. → Read More

Some fear for future of same-sex marriage after overturning of Roe v. Wade

“We've seen this before, and we're going to see it again," Philip Crosby, a director for a Richmond theater, said. "So I guess the point being, I'm sorry if we have to fight that fight again.” → Read More

Some Richmonders upset Lee Circle barricades won't be removed until fall: 'It doesn't make sense'

The barricades and fencing surrounding the circle which used to house a statue of Confederate General Robert E. Lee won't be removed for at least several more months, according to a city official. → Read More

What's going on? Richmond rent up 22% in two years

Data from commercial real estate company CoStar showed the average rent in the Richmond area was $1,415 a month in 2022. That price is 11.5% more than in 2021 and 22% more than in 2020. → Read More

RPS principal begs admin for help addressing bloody halls, told not to go into detail

Parents at Richmond Community High said unanswered questions remain following a bloody break-in at the school that wasn't cleaned up immediately and discovered by students as they arrived for class. → Read More

Virginians demand relief from high gas prices as governor, lawmakers disagree on solutions

CBS 6 political analyst, Dr. Bob Holsworth said state lawmakers remain at odds over how to ease the financial burden of rising fuel costs. → Read More

Richmond students find crime scene blood covering school halls: 'It smelled so bad'

An intruder broke into the Richmond school around 1 a.m. Saturday and smashed windows, a Richmond Public Schools spokesperson said. → Read More

Rising COVID cases in Virginia causing increased teacher absences, canceling school programs

“I just think it’s a matter of remaining vigilant and staying cautious," Theresa Kennedy said. "My kids still wear masks in school.” → Read More

Richmond takes action to remove A.P. Hill statue, relocate Confederate general's remains

Richmond City Council members adopted a resolution that seeks court approval to remove the A.P. Hill monument on the Northside and relocate Hill's remains. → Read More

Family says Virginia boy was victim of hate crime: ‘It felt like I lost my manhood’

Jerry Chambers’ family said he was assaulted and humiliated while unconscious at a party in December 2020 in Powhatan County when he was 16 years old. → Read More

Hundreds remember 'angelic' George Wythe student with ‘bold spirit’

Hundreds of people gathered at United Nations Church on Richmond’s Southside Wednesday to honor the life of Samiyah Yellardy. → Read More

Richmond grocery store manager: Prices may keep rising until the fall

The U.S. Department of Agriculture projects costs at the grocery store could increase by up to 4% throughout 2022. The poultry and dairy industries face the highest inflation while fresh vegetable prices may remain the most steady. → Read More

Virginia man attacked by pack of dogs: 'I don’t blame it on nobody'

One of the men recovering after being attacked by a pack of dogs in Nottoway County said he holds no blame about what happened, likes pit bulls and is grateful no children were hurt. → Read More

How inflation is forcing some to make money moves: 'I'm boujee on a budget'

"Do you have money, and do you spend money? If the answer is yes, then the Fed changing the cost of money which is the discount rate, the base interest rate it charges, is going to touch you," Bob McNab, an economics professor at Old Dominion University, said. → Read More

Protecting and preserving Fox Elementary: How soon can the building be stabilized?

In order for renovations to begin, a couple of things have to happen including approval from the Richmond School Board. → Read More

Tribute honors 19,000+ Virginians who died from COVID-19: 'All I can do is pray'

Louise Allen was one of the dozens who gathered at VUU Monday for a COVID-19 Remembrance Day memorial. Faith leaders, lawmakers and government officials shared prayers and tributes to victims of COVID-19. → Read More

GRTC's zero-fare policy remains as gas prices soar: 'It's the best time ever to try transit'

GRTC CEO Julie Trimm said the costs of fuel will not impact the zero-fare policy because a majority of GRTC vehicles use compressed natural gas. → Read More

Police reveal key clue in Armstrong High student Dashawn Cox's murder

Thursday marked one week since Richmond's first juvenile murder. While there have been no arrests made after 17-year-old Dashawn Cox was shot and killed in the city's East End, Richmond Police have released an update. → Read More

Richmond parents plan 'community playdate' to help Fox families: 'We are RPS'

“We are RPS, and we are there for our Fox family," Debbie DiazGranados said. “I’m in full throttle, 'What can we do to help?'” → Read More

How former teachers are supporting Fox Elementary staffers: 'It's going to take a while to replace'

Grassroots efforts are underway to support staff at Fox Elementary School who lost everything in their classrooms. → Read More