Angela Bohon, WTVR CBS 6 Richmond

Angela Bohon

WTVR CBS 6 Richmond

Norfolk, VA, United States

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Past articles by Angela:

These French bulldogs rescued from Midwest breeder are being fostered in Virginia

21 French bulldogs were rescued from a Midwest breeder who had health issues and was downsizing, according to a Windsor-based rescue organization. The dogs are now being fostered in Hampton Roads. → Read More

Norfolk Police detail security plans in place for Harborfest weekend

According to Sgt. William Pickering with the Norfolk Police Department said they will have more than 100 officers detailed on Saturday and Sunday. → Read More

Why this grandfather is rowing solo from Virginia Beach to France

Peter Harley, originally from South Africa, is preparing to solo row in a boat from the East Coast of the U.S. to France. → Read More

Tidewater Ukrainian School working to help home country

It was established by Americans of Ukrainian heritage with the support of Tidewater Ukrainian Cultural Association. → Read More

Childhood friends from Norfolk remember Bob Saget

Saget attended Larrymore Elementary, Azalea Gardens Middle and Lake Taylor High before he moved out of state. → Read More

How Virginia business is helping human trafficking, domestic violence survivors

"It’s sometimes hard to see trafficking... It's happening all around us and it can happen to anyone. And I know a lot of people think this happens in other countries..." → Read More

Virginia Beach church finds creative ways to fight hunger

Every Wednesday evening, volunteers at Courthouse Community United Methodist Church serve a hot dinner and hand out groceries in a drive-thru. They also have an outdoor "Blessings Box," and it's all open to the public. → Read More

Why Virginia barbershop is offering free haircuts will make you proud

One barbershop in Norfolk is offering free haircuts to those who have job interviews but can’t afford a cut. → Read More

Virginia mother reported missing under suspicious circumstances found dead

Laura Miles was reported missing after her vehicle was located away from her home and place of work and in a location she didn't normally go. → Read More

How Virginia group is celebrating 'unsung heroes' for National Nurses Week

A nonprofit organization called Care4Frontline is helping medical professionals in Hampton Roads. In addition to making food deliveries to busy nurses, they also organize fun events to help them take a break. → Read More

Shark washes ashore near Sandbridge

A sizeable shark washed ashore near Back Bay National Wildlife Refuge. → Read More

Chesapeake announces plans for high school graduation ceremonies

Each student can have up to three guests. The guests will be assigned seats and each of those small groups will be at least 10 feet apart. All visitors will be required to wear a face mask. The outdoor venue is one that he’s glad is available for schools to rent. → Read More

As National Donor Day approaches, Virginia comedian and transplant recipient speaks out

VIRGINIA BEACH, Va. – Sunday, February 14 is not just Valentine’s Day; it’s National Donor Day. Lifenet Health, based in Virginia Beach, is the world’s largest provider of transplant solutions, according to Executive Vice President Doug Wilson. In 2020, Lifenet Health coordinated 616 organ transplants which is a record number. “Considering the pandemic was going on most of last year, we were… → Read More

Newport News burger restaurant shows off made-to-order menu

When you walk into the modest restaurant, you’ll find Viking themed items, from handcrafted wall hangings to the Viking ship light fixture in the center. The theme is also evident in their menu. → Read More

Virginia Beach entrepreneur showcases hot sauce company

The creator says she’s been cooking and making sauces nearly her whole life, and this business venture came about after her husband retired from the U.S. Marine Corps after 22 years of service. → Read More

Virginia Beach libraries plan to offer drone classes

VIRGINIA BEACH, Va. – The Virginia Beach Public Library system is developing in-person programming which will include drone classes. The library has previously offered other technology toys, but the drones are new. They’re paid for by the Friends of the Library and the Virginia Beach Library Foundation. The classes are not being offered yet, because of COVID-related restrictions. Once the… → Read More

Election-related stress is real

Dr. Stephen Cunningham, Medical Director of Tidewater Psychotherapy Services, says the practice is seeing a rise in the number of patients bringing up the topic of election-related stress. → Read More

Virginia Beach residents concerned of possible black panther sightings

An officer with Virginia Beach Animal Control said that as of Thursday evening, they had not received any reports of this. → Read More

Hampton Roads Community Health Center receives $15,000 COVID-19 recovery grant

NORFOLK, Va. – The Hampton Roads Community Health Center has been awarded a $15,000 grant from Hampton Roads Community Foundation’s COVID-19 recovery grant. The money will go toward buying equipment and paying for additional hours from their mental healthcare professionals. The Hampton Roads Community Health Center has five locations: one in Portsmouth and four in Norfolk. They are a federally… → Read More

Virginia Beach non-profit offers drive-thru trick or treating

Equi Kids and VB Mounted Patrol team together to create a safe Halloween alternative. → Read More