Antoinette DelBel, WTVR CBS 6 Richmond

Antoinette DelBel

WTVR CBS 6 Richmond

Buffalo, NY, United States

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Past articles by Antoinette:

Virginia family devastated after string of bad luck: ‘The nightmare doesn’t end. It just keeps going.’

Car thefts in Norfolk have been on the rise, but the latest one has left one family of eight devastated. The father was the victim of a hit and run and now they say a thief took the family’s only car. → Read More

Want to shoot off fireworks for the 4th of July? It's illegal in Virginia

In Virginia, it is illegal to possess, use, store, sell or handle any firework that explodes or rises into the air. It is a violation of the Virginia State Fire Prevention Code. → Read More

Virginia COVID-19 long hauler: 'I’m living proof that it is real'

Danie Taylor, 58, contracted COVID-19 in November 2020 and is still experiencing symptoms two years later. She's now sharing her story to help others. → Read More

Hampton Roads, Northeast North Carolina News, Weather, Traffic, Sports and Politics

Changes coming to Mallory Street Bridge in Hampton to ease HRBT traffic jams 10:20 PM, Feb 10, 2022 → Read More

Wild weather leaves Virginia beekeepers in sticky situation

The up-and-down weather lately can be a sticky situation for bees. Many of them die off in these fast-changing temperatures, and that can have a ripple effect on the foods we eat. → Read More

What these Virginia small businesses are doing to help find Codi Bigsby

As police and community members continue to search for Codi Bigsby, local businesses in the Downtown Hampton area are trying to do their part. → Read More

Hampton Roads families warn of dangers of drunk driving after being impacted themselves

As people count down to 2022 local families impacted by drunk driving want them to remember the dangers. → Read More

Patriotic Festival move from Virginia Beach is another blow to businesses, taxpayers

The news of another event leaving the resort city came to a shock to many, especially business owners. The Patriotic Festival announced Monday it’s moving locations from Virginia Beach to Norfolk. → Read More

Teen vaping epidemic: Survey finds more than 2 million teens use e-cigarettes

A national survey released by the CDC shows millions of teens are still using e-cigarettes. Health experts are concerned of the risk of addiction for teens. → Read More

After much debate, Newport News School Board votes to adopt more inclusive transgender policy

Last week, the school board voted against the policies, saying they needed more discussion on how to implement them in each school. → Read More

All Virginia Beach sworn officers now have Body-Worn Cameras

VBPD said even though all officers now have access to a BWC, certain activities and positions will remain exempt from mandated use due to the nature of their assignment such as detectives or administrative positions that do not routinely interact with the public. → Read More

'Shaking' malnourished puppy Ziggy slowly recovering at Virginia shelter

Ziggy, a lab hound mix captured the hearts of many after coming to Hope for Life Rescue malnourished and extremely weak. → Read More

Cookout rally aims for 'change' 10 days after police shooting that killed Andrew Brown Jr.

After days of peacefully marching through the streets, protesters gave their feet a break. About 100 people gathered at the Public Safety Building to have a cookout with food and music. → Read More

FEMA, National Guard set up 1-day, walk-up COVID-19 clinic in Virginia neighborhood

Federal, state, and local leaders joined forces Saturday to make sure the COVID-19 vaccine is reaching as many people as possible, especially those in underserved communities. → Read More

3 feet already 'the norm' for some Virginia schools as CDC issues updated distancing guidelines

The CDC issued new guidance for kids inside classrooms. New research shows three feet rather than six feet of social distancing is sufficient for students. The guidelines could open the door for full time, in-person learning instead of hybrid. → Read More

Turnout better than expected for some on Small Business Saturday

Small Business Saturday is a day local retailers count on for a big boost in sales, especially now during the pandemic. While some shop owners had a slow-go, others were pleasantly surprised. → Read More

Invasive spotted lanternfly poses big threat in Virginia

Spotted lanternflies are likely to be a big threat in Virginia. The invasive species has already made its way to northern Virginia and now state agencies and universities including Virginia Tech are working to slow its spread before it comes to Hampton Roads. → Read More

Sentara Healthcare warning about job recruitment scam

Several job seekers have told Sentara about the scam so they issued the warning. → Read More

Clinical trial for COVID-19 treatment may shorten recovery time

A clinical trial combining remdesivir and another drug, interferon could have even more benefits for treating COVID. → Read More

Small businesses struggling to stay open hope for federal aid

As much of the economy starts to slowly rebuild, some small business owners are still clamoring to survive. → Read More