Matthew Fultz, WTVR CBS 6 Richmond

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WTVR CBS 6 Richmond

Richmond, VA, United States

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Past articles by Matthew:

'Scattered outages' could run into next week; 11,900 REC members still without power

Most of the outages were in Louisa (3,200+), Spotsylvania (3,500+), Orange (1,200+), and Caroline (963+). Hanover County was reporting 843 outages as of 7 p.m. Saturday. → Read More

How Virginia is prepping for second winter storm this week

As a second round of winter weather approaches Central Virginia, multiple state agencies are coming together to prepare. → Read More

Christmas comes early for some in Central Virginia: 'It's all about the children'

Christmas came early for some families in Central Virginia Saturday as area organizations handed out hundreds of toys. → Read More

Shop owner 'happy everyone's shopping local' on Small Business Saturday

“We had people waiting in the door when we came in this morning," Sharon Coleman, co-owner of Tinkers and Company, said. → Read More

Contractor on trial for murdering Richmond woman found in her bathtub

Suzanne Fairman, 53, was found dead in the bathtub of her Tanglewood Road home in Richmond on May 9, 2019. → Read More

Police create task force after shooting that killed 2 kids: 'These crimes should not happen'

Less than 24 hours after a quadruple shooting left two boys dead and two men critically injured, Richmond's police chief announced the creation of a new task force aimed at curbing crime and catching those responsible for gun violence. → Read More

Virginia voters line up to cast ballots on final day of early voting

Saturday marked the last day of in-person early voting in Virginia before Election Day on Tuesday and many voters across the Commonwealth showed up to cast their ballot. → Read More

Company hosting job fair to work with refugees at Fort Lee

The company KBR is looking to hire more workers at Fort Lee as the base continues to care and house thousands of Afghan refugees that arrived in Virginia over the summer. → Read More

What can be done to curb gun violence in Central Virginia? The answer might be at this roundtable

A Richmond pastor is helping organize a roundtable discussion Tuesday afternoon that will focus on ways to put an end to the rising gun violence across Central Virginia. → Read More

Sandston bar owner plans to 'power through' after 'heart-wrenching' roof collapse

Hannah Brown and her fiance, Matt Dougherty, said they are still "in shock" by what happened at Fat Boy's Bar and Grill while eight people were inside. → Read More

'Caps for Cancer' puts smiles on patients' faces and hats on their heads

Suzie Adams came up with "Caps for Cancer" in 2019 when she noticed there were programs giving hats to kids with cancer, but not to adults. → Read More

$12,000 reward offered to solve murder of 'beautiful soul'

A $12,000 reward is now being offered in hopes of solving the murder of a Henrico man described as a "beautiful soul" who was killed in Richmond in August. → Read More

Relieve your stress at Lewis Ginter Botanical Garden

It's called "Reflections in the Gardens," and organizers said those who come out will get the chance to reflect on life while also coming together with other people. → Read More

How will health districts start administering Pfizer booster shots?

Richmond-Henrico Health District leaders said they are planning to administer booster shots for at-risk citizens by appointment only. → Read More

2 found dead in Richmond house fire

Emergency crews responded to a house fire on Tuesday morning along the 1400 block of Vinton Street, off Williamsburg Road, in Richmond. → Read More

Chesterfield Police add extra patrols on Hull Street for '360 Blitz'

Police in Chesterfield County are adding additional patrols and radars along Hull Street this week in an effort to combat dangerous driving on the one of the main corridors in Central Virginia that's seen fatalities. → Read More

Police ID man killed in South Richmond shooting

When officers arrived to the 3300 block of Chapel Drive, they found 20-year-old Karl McBride of Richmond with apparent gunshot wounds. He was pronounced dead at the scene, according to police. → Read More

VSU clearing debt is 'big weight off our shoulders,' graduate says

“Trying to find a good-paying job, especially after you graduate... is already a struggle," VSU graduate Breyawna Mason said. "So now COVID cases are going back up, we don’t know what’s going to happen, so a lot of stuff is still in the air..." → Read More

Throw an ax or a knife to raise money for the Richmond SPCA

The Richmond SPCA is teaming up with the Virginia Axe Company Wednesday for an exciting, fund-raising event. → Read More

Get a COVID vaccine at Kroger and win $1 million or free groceries for a year

Through Kroger's $5 million Community Immunity Giveaway Program, anyone who gets vaccinated at a Virginia Kroger by July 10 will be eligible for the prize of $1 million or a year of free groceries. → Read More