Sabrina Shutters, 8News WRIC Richmond

Sabrina Shutters

8News WRIC Richmond

Richmond, VA, United States

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Recent articles by Sabrina:

Chesterfield folks still ‘very unhappy’ over Upper Magnolia Green project as it gets the green light

The highly controversial Upper Magnolia Green project has been approved. More than 30 people spoke against the project last night, but even after that and the months of debate, it ​was still approved. → Read More

Debate over gun control, school safety renewed in Virginia: ‘A wound that can’t heal until we do something’

The devastating massacre at a Uvalde, Texas elementary school is renewing debate over gun control and school safety across Virginia. → Read More

Central Virginia school districts respond to Texas shooting: ‘I am grief-stricken’

Richmond metropolitan area school districts are responding after the tragic Uvalde, Texas school shooting that left at least 21 dead Tuesday. → Read More

Big changes could soon be coming for the Richmond Coliseum

Plans to have the now fenced-up Richmond coliseum demolished and the little over seven acres of land around it redeveloped took a step forward last night. → Read More

Richmonders tired of unrelenting gun violence as homicide numbers steadily rise

Richmonders continue to plead for the violence to stop after another deadly shooting — this time, in the city’s East End. → Read More

Some residents aren’t too happy about proposed development in Chesterfield

About 100 of the new homes could go next to the Foxcroft neighborhood, and several people living in the neighborhood aren’t too happy about it. → Read More

Festival season is back in RVA after some events were halted for years due to COVID-19

It’s festival season in the Richmond metropolitan area. Several events kick off this weekend — many for the first time since the pandemic started. → Read More

‘I had to go up on some prices’: Gas prices spike again, hurting small business

Pain at the pump is reaching new heights. AAA reports gas prices in Richmond have broken records that were set back in March. → Read More

Decision to donate A.P. Hill monument will spark uncomfortable conversations, councilwoman says

The last remaining Confederate monument in Richmond is being donated to the Black History Museum and Cultural Center of Virginia. → Read More

Fox students welcomed into Clark Springs, principal ready to ‘make this our new home’

Just after 7 a.m. this morning, Fox Elementary students were welcomed to Clark Springs Elementary for their first day of classes at the temporary campus. → Read More

Back to the office: Youngkin wants state employees working in person as soon as possible

The deadline to return to the office is in two months on July 5, but Gov. Youngkin wants state workers to return to their offices as soon as possible. → Read More

Keeping your children safe from online predators

Authorities are warning parents at home that predators like the ones caught in Chesterfield County can pretend to be anyone. → Read More

Abortion-rights rally draws hundreds to downtown Richmond

A sea of people crowded downtown Richmond yesterday in a rally sparked by the leaked draft opinion from the United States Supreme Court to reverse Roe v. Wade. → Read More

‘It’s too packed’: RPS board votes to rezone River City Middle

The Richmond Public School board approved a rezoning plan for River City Middle School. The approval comes one week after the board struck down a previous proposal. → Read More

Lockdown on VSU lifted after shooting, days before graduation for students

A woman was rushed to the hospital with injuries after being shot at a freshman residence hall on Virginia State University’s campus in Petersburg last night. → Read More

Parents, leaders outraged over River City Middle decision: ‘It is unreasonable’

Some Richmond leaders and parents are outraged over the school board’s decision against rezoning River City Middle School. → Read More

Mayor Stoney isn’t ready to give the ambulance authority more money… just yet

Mayor Levar Stoney wants a review of Richmond Ambulance Authority (RAA) less than a week after the agency asked for millions of dollars more than what is in the proposed budget. → Read More

Increased police presence to help curb violence in Petersburg: ‘We have a zero tolerance on crime’

Petersburg leaders said they’re cracking down on crime after deadly gunfire has plagued the city in recent weeks. → Read More

Moving company secured to help Fox teachers move into Clark Springs

Fox Elementary students are officially moving to Clark Springs Elementary for the rest of the school year. → Read More

Petersburg police deputy chief: ‘Young people can’t seem to resolve their differences without guns’

A man was found shot to death inside a car in a gas station parking lot overnight in Petersburg. The incident marks the fourth shooting within four days in the city. → Read More