Vernon Freeman Jr., WTVR CBS 6 Richmond

Vernon Freeman Jr.

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Past articles by Vernon:

Richmond Greek Festival canceled due to COVID-19

The annual festival was scheduled for June 3-6, 2021. → Read More

1 killed in Loudoun County small plane crash

One person was killed when a small plane crashed in Loudoun County Thursday afternoon, according to Virginia State Police. → Read More

Northam endorses Del. Jay Jones for Attorney General over incumbent Mark Herring

Governor Ralph Northam announced Thursday that he is endorsing Del. Jay Jones (D-Norfolk) in the 2021 race for attorney general. → Read More

VCU community holds virtual vigil to honor life of Adam Oakes

The VCU community is gathering virtually Wednesday evening to honor the life of Adam Oakes, a freshman who was found dead Saturday morning in an off-campus residence. → Read More

Virginia Employment Commission hosting virtual, three-day job fair

The Virginia Employment Commission is hosting a statewide virtual job fair for Virginians looking for employment. → Read More

VCU launches independent review of Greek life in wake of student's death

Virginia Commonwealth University announced Tuesday that they will launch an independent review of Greek life at the university in wake of the death of Adam Oakes, a freshman who was found dead Saturday morning. → Read More

Piedmont Health District to hold mass vaccination event for Phase 1b

The Piedmont Health District is holding the first of a series of vaccination events on Friday, March 5 at the Prince Edward Farmville Youth Sport Gymnasium. → Read More

Southside Electric Cooperative restores power to 98% of members

"We can finally see the light at the end of this dark tunnel." → Read More

Crews install Richmond Highway signage, replacing Jefferson Davis Highway

On Thursday, the City of Richmond began installing "Richmond Highway" signage, replacing formerly Jefferson Davis Highway signs. → Read More

Man injured in 2-alarm fire at Richmond senior living facility

Richmond Fire crews responded to the fire at Imperial Plaza Senior Living, located at 1715 Bellevue Avenue. → Read More

Driver injured, charged after tractor trailer overturns on I-95

A driver was injured Friday afternoon after a tractor trailer overturned on Interstate 95 in Hanover County. → Read More

Human remains discovered at Pocahontas State Park

Chesterfield Police are investigating after human remains were discovered at Pocahontas State Park on Wednesday. → Read More

Best Buy closing Brandermill, Mechanicsville stores

Best Buy has announced plans to close their Brandermill and Mechanicsville locations. → Read More

Dog found emaciated inside Richmond dumpster: 'Our hearts are breaking'

Richmond Animal Care and Control is asking for help to find the person responsible for dumping a dog inside a dumpster at a Richmond apartment complex. → Read More

Lidl to pay employees $200 to get COVID vaccine

Lidl said the new initiative is to encourage its employees to get the vaccine. → Read More

Deputies identify 22-year-old woman killed in Hanover crash

An Ashland woman was killed after losing control of a vehicle and crashing in Hanover County early Monday morning. → Read More

Governor Northam to introduce bill to abolish death penalty in Virginia

Governor Ralph Northam will introduce legislation to abolish the death penalty in the Commonwealth of Virginia. → Read More

VCU to begin spring semester virtually as COVID-19 cases surge

As COVID-19 cases in Virginia continue to surge, Virginia Commonwealth University will begin the spring semester virtually. → Read More

Chesterfield nurse wins $150,000 after spotting Powerball billboard

A Chesterfield County nurse is $150,000 richer after playing Powerball online. → Read More

Spiders pause team activities after COVID-19 testing

RICHMOND, Va. -- The Richmond Spiders men's basketball team has paused all team activities in response to results from COVID-19 testing and contact tracing. In a statement, the school announced no decisions have been made related to any upcoming games. The 9-3 Spiders are scheduled to face the 9-3 VCU Rams Saturday, January 16 at the Robins Center. → Read More