Amy Vu, WTVR CBS 6 Richmond

Amy Vu

WTVR CBS 6 Richmond

Richmond, VA, United States

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Past articles by Amy:

Couple sells personalized ornaments to raise money for first responders

Personalized holiday ornaments can often be used to mark a special occasion, but a firefighter and his wife are creating small gifts in honor of Lieutenant Brad Clark. → Read More

Chesterfield bar owner responds to lawsuit alleging sexual harassment of female employees

Kimsan Yin, the owner of Daisy Dukes and Boots Saloon, tells CBS 6 that he put his trust in the wrong people and now he is facing the consequences for other people’s actions. → Read More

Police identify man who committed suicide on Richmond courthouse steps

Richmond Police indicated the Richmond Sheriff’s office has secured the scene following the shooting. → Read More

Video shows rescue of puppy after falling 35 feet down Goochland well

A family dog is in critical condition at a veterinary hospital, after the male golden retriever named Beasley fell 35 feet down a Goochland County well. → Read More

Homeless puppies in K-9 training learn to track marijuana

“It’s a blessing for the animals, it’s a blessing for us.” → Read More

Refugee barber offers free student haircuts ‘to help everyone’

The free haircuts deal will run from Monday, Aug. 20 through Wednesday, Sept. 5. → Read More

UMFS dance camp teaches foster children self-expression through dance

Five foster children are getting the chance to learn some new dance moves this week as part of this year's United Methodist Family Services (UMFS) dance camp. → Read More

Pregnant 22-year-old had ‘drooping face’ before stroke: ‘I kept stumbling’

May is stroke awareness month and Tia Ingram, a 22-year-old Richmond mom of two, is using the occasion to share her story. → Read More

Godwin student walking again, months after being paralyzed in crash: ‘It’s a blessing’

Ryan Estrada is learning to walk again, nearly six months after he was partially paralyzed in a car crash on his way to school. → Read More

Callers from around the world ring shelter to adopt now-famous dog duo

Blue Dozer and OJ, an unlikely canine duo whose story started in Richmond, have fetched international attention – especially after a failed adoption. → Read More

Recently adopted dog duo split apart when blind dachshund abandoned

A blind dog recently adopted with its companion was found 100 miles away from Richmond. → Read More

3-year-old climbs out window while home alone, Chesterfield father charged

A Chesterfield father has been charged with felony child abuse and neglect, after police say he left his two 3-year-old children unsupervised in a home for several hours. → Read More

How these homeless dogs are giving inmates ‘new purpose in life’

You don't often hear of celebration happening inside a prison, but a group of inmates at the Lunenburg Correctional Center is celebrating a special milestone. → Read More

Amy Vu surprises Richmond mail carrier for national appreciation day

You may not know this, but February 4 is National Thank A Mail Carrier Day! → Read More

Tow truck driver murdered repossessing vehicle ‘never saw it coming’

There’s been an outpouring of support for the family of a tow truck driver, shot and killed while on a call Thursday. → Read More

Olympic swimmer visits Godwin student in the hospital

The CBS 6 Month of Giving is possible due to a partnership with Union Bank and Trust. All we ask is that the recipients pay it forward one day. → Read More

Emergency incident at Amazon fulfillment center

Officers stationed outside the fulfillment center have been turning employees away from the property. → Read More

Struggling college student surprised with free groceries: ‘Look at God’

CBS 6 Gives airs Monday nights at 11 on CBS 6 News, and is supported by Union Bank and Trust. → Read More

Missing boater search: Crews find body in Falling Creek Reservoir

Crews from Richmond and Chesterfield County resumed their search for a missing boater in Falling Creek Reservoir Friday morning. → Read More

Animal shelter turns to community for help after abandoned pets left at doorstep

“It’s not illegal to bring me a stray cat, but it is illegal to drop them off at my doorstep." → Read More