Allison Norlian, NBC12 WWBT Richmond

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Past articles by Allison:

Police investigate random gunfire happening outside Henrico neighborhood

Henrico police are investigating after numerous neighbors called over the last few months reporting random gunfire in the back of their homes. → Read More

Local synagogues to increase security after mass shooting

Local synagogues are seeing an increase in security after a mass shooting at a Pittsburgh synagogue left 11 people dead and several others injured. → Read More

Mom: School bus often late to pick up my kids

The Henrico mother says twice this week the school bus was almost 30 minutes late picking up her kids. She said it happened frequently last school year too. → Read More

Assisted living facility in Richmond being shut down

The Department of Social Services confirms that Jones & Jones located at 7806 Forest Hill Ave. is being shut down and residents living there are being relocated. → Read More

Family with multiple medical needs gives special thanks to Henrico firefighters

For the last 20 years, Max McWhirter has suffered from focal seizures, but over the last five years he has begun experiencing grand mal seizures. → Read More

‘Everybody slow down:’ Fire official pleas to public after 288 crash

Wednesday morning’s crash is eerily similar to a crash that killed a fire lieutenant in Hanover. → Read More

6-year-old battling disorder that begins after strep throat

A 6-year-old girl from Mechanicsville is battling a fairly unknown disorder called PANDAS or Pediatric Autoimmune Neuropsychiatric Disorders Associated with Streptococcal Infection. → Read More

Mom: Fights are out of hand at Highland Springs High School

The mom says her daughter was repeatedly punched, kicked and struck as onlookers watched and even recorded cell-phone video. → Read More

Historic photos provide inspiration for Manchester lights project

Mark Olinger, the director for the Department of Planning & Development Review in the city of Richmond, decided he didn’t want to just put any street light up in the area. → Read More

Virginia nonprofit helps feed victims of Hurricane Michael

Mercy Chefs was founded by Gary LeBlanc, a 35-year veteran of the hotel and restaurant business, after Hurricane Katrina in 2006. → Read More

Goochland man continues to overcome obstacles after being paralyzed in diving accident

A 25-year-old Goochland man continues to overcome obstacles as he adapts to life as a quadriplegic. → Read More

Basketball coach shot during fight on Varina High School’s campus

Police say the incident occurred around 9:30 p.m. No suspects have been named. → Read More

Man charged in connection to shooting that killed 1-year-old girl

Byron Archer faces charges of malicious wounding, use of a firearm in commission of malicious wounding, conspiracy to commit malicious wounding, and shooting into an occupied dwelling. → Read More

‘Hey Siri, I’m getting pulled over!’ App allows drivers to record interactions with police

It’s called “Police” and is technically an “add on” to the “Shortcuts” app that you can download onto the iPhone with the recent iOS 12 system update. → Read More

YWCA, crisis hotlines see rise in calls after Kavanaugh hearing

Although Kavanaugh hasn’t been found guilty of any wrong doing, the situation itself is leaving many survivors of sexual and domestic violence seeking help. → Read More

Multiple arrests made in deadly 2017 Charlottesville rally

The U.S. Attorney’s office says the men are part of the “Rise Above Movement” and attended a torch-lit rally on Aug. 11 and then the Unite the Right Rally on Aug. 12, 2017. → Read More

Facebook plans $750 million investment in Henrico

This comes less than a year after the social media giant announced an initial $1 billion investment at White Oak Technology Park in Sandston. → Read More

Henrico man charged with vehicular manslaughter in fatal crash

The Henrico Police Department says a 48-year-old man died after a crash early Thursday at the intersection of Hermitage and Gibraltar roads. → Read More

Richmond man helps feed thousands of hurricane victims through Operation Barbecue Relief

Jeff Odell, of Richmond, is helping to feed thousands of people impacted by Hurricane Florence. → Read More

GRTC expands to Short Pump, enhances 3 lines

The changes were made to the 7, 19 and 91 bus lines, offering longer hours more bus stops and expanded service. → Read More