Sabrina Shutters, 8News WRIC Richmond

Sabrina Shutters

8News WRIC Richmond

Richmond, VA, United States

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Past articles by Sabrina:

Two suspects arrested after Chesterfield man is shot, killed in his own driveway

Two suspects are facing second-degree murder charges after a Chesterfield man was shot and killed in his own driveway. → Read More

Catalytic converter thefts drop 64% in Richmond after crackdown operation

Central Virginia police departments have finished a crime prevention tactic program that’s brought in good results. → Read More

Unique apartment community coming to Richmond’s northside

A non-profit is planning to build 66 zero-energy ready apartments that would be run completely with on-site renewable energy. → Read More

Additional Virginia gun restrictions make it through committee

One proposal that would require adults to store their guns unloaded and in a locked container when a minor is at home passed committee on a nine to six vote. → Read More

Proposed bills on Virginia election laws rejected, some moved forward Tuesday

One Virginia House of Delegates subcommittee moved forward bills yesterday that would cut early voting and stop the use of drop boxes. → Read More

Richmond school board gives update on Fox, George Wythe, cell phone policy

The school board for Richmond Public Schools gave an update on William Fox Elementary and the new George Wythe High School at a meeting Tuesday, Jan. 17. → Read More

Glen Allen arts program helps seniors with dementia get creative, open their minds

A Glen Allen Cultural Arts Center program is aiming to give a place to caregivers and their loved ones with Alzheimer’s disease or another form of dementia a place to get creative and open up their minds. → Read More

Lobby Day: Teachers gather in Richmond to advocate for additional public school funding

Virginia teachers will rally this morning on Lobby Day, asking for lawmakers for more money for public schools. → Read More

Authorities could soon be required to tell superintendents about employee arrests

Law enforcement could soon be required to let school division superintendents know when a school employee has been arrested for a felony or Class 1 misdemeanor. → Read More

Hanover teacher, family creates “Kind Hive” project to help those in need

One substitute teacher in Ashland decided to start a project that would give back to folks in the community in need. → Read More

State senator wants to ban the carry, sale of certain guns in Virginia

The proposal differs from current law because it would ban a wider range of guns across the state instead of only in certain counties, plus, Virginians wouldn’t be able to carry the guns even if they aren’t loaded. → Read More

General Assembly 2023 session begins

The Virginia General Assembly returns for the 2023 legislative session starting today at noon. The session will last 30 days, but it could be extended to 46 days. → Read More

Second community meeting set for old Matoaca Elementary plans

Chesterfield County residents will get a second chance to give their opinion on the plans for the old Matoaca Elementary School building tonight. → Read More

City of Richmond begins early planning stages of universal preschool program

The City of Richmond is in the early planning stages of a program that would make preschool low-cost or free for families. → Read More

Early voting starts today for the February special election between Benjamin and McClellan

Early voting starts today for the 4th congressional district special election to fill the late Representative Donald McEachin’s seat. → Read More

More than $34 million going to schools, libraries for internet access

The Federal Communications Commission (FCC) announced yesterday it’s giving more than $34 million to schools and libraries to help kids get connected to the internet. → Read More

LED headlights could soon become a thing of the past in Virginia

One Virginia lawmaker wants to ban LED headlights, the controversial car modification some people believe to be dangerous. → Read More

Doctor spends retirement volunteering at free clinic for those in need in Goochland

Volunteer doctors at a multi-program non-profit organization in Goochland County are giving free medical care to patients who may not have health insurance. → Read More

New study shows alarming diabetes numbers as Central Virginians deal with drug shortages

The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) has released a new study from the peer-reviewed medical journal, Diabetes Care, showing the number of young people with diabetes is likely to increase more rapidly over the next few decades. → Read More

More relief could be coming to Buchanan County flood victims

Governor Glenn Youngkin wants to make changes to the state budget to give millions of dollars in relief to victims of flooding in Buchanan County. → Read More