Bree Sison, WTVR CBS 6 Richmond

Bree Sison

WTVR CBS 6 Richmond

Richmond, VA, United States

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  • WTVR CBS 6 Richmond
  • WBZ Boston News

Past articles by Bree:

Chesterfield stabbing suspect arrested after sketch released

Police have apprehended a 55-year-old man they believe stabbed two people at a Chesterfield home Wednesday night. → Read More

Man who called 911 arrested after deadly shooting near National Battlefield in Henrico

A man has been arrested after a deadly shooting near a National Battlefield in eastern Henrico early Wednesday morning. → Read More

Richmond officer walks door-to-door to raise money for Fox teachers

A veteran Richmond police officer walked door-to-door Friday to raise money for teachers at Fox Elementary School. → Read More

Driver sentenced for killing Henrico Police captain

Justin Regensburg killed Capt. Don Lambert while the 55-year-old Glen Allen man was out for a Saturday morning run in February 2021. → Read More

How these new Henrico library desks help both parents and their little children

A thoughtful approach to helping parents of young children has earned praise for Fairfield Library in eastern Henrico County. → Read More

Thousands in surprise medical bills blindsides new Chesterfield mom: ‘I freaked out’

The relief of delivering her son in December was short-lived for Leah Matthys of Chesterfield. → Read More

Teen with Medicaid thought doctor visit would be covered, until he got $1,000 bill

Logan took himself to a Patient First on June 6 with complaints of a sore throat. He was 16-years-old at the time and had his Medicaid provider’s cards in hand. Logan thought the visit would be covered. One month later, he received a bill for bloodwork performed by LabCorp. → Read More

Keolis Giving MBTA’s Commuter Rail Conductors 400 Specialized iPhones « CBS Boston

The MBTA's Commuter Rail conductors are getting an information technology upgrade in the form of a specially designed iPhone. → Read More

Cockapoo Goes Missing In Boston’s South End

A three-year-old cockapoo, which may have been stolen, went missing in the South End on Thursday afternoon. → Read More

Garth Brooks Teams Up With Nate Solder To Help Local Kids

Garth Brooks got emotional while talking about a member of the New England Patriots. → Read More

Secret Rooms Revealed At The House Of The Seven Gables

A Salem mansion immortalized by author Nathaniel Hawthorne has more secrets to tell. → Read More

Sick Puppy Raises More Concerns About Oxford Kennel

A Boston couple is heartbroken and regretful after purchasing an 8-week-old Havanese from a kennel with a history of complaints. → Read More

Wayland Pizza Shop Owner Accused Of Trying To Recruit Teen For Prostitution

The owner of a popular pizza shop in Wayland is facing charges for allegedly trying to convince a 19-year-old girl to have sex for money. → Read More

Patriots Hall Of Fame Looking For Best Edelman Lookalike

New England Patriots fan favorite Julian Edelman stands out in any crowd, yet somehow he has more than a few lookalikes. → Read More

Infant Revived With Narcan In Worcester Apartment

Worcester Police say a 15-month-old boy was given Narcan by first responders at an apartment on Wellington Street last week. → Read More

Fitness Studio Divides Chestnut Hill Neighborhood

Modern Barre in Chestnut Hill has created tension among nearby residents for its congestion and its clients "scantily clad attire." → Read More

Mass. National Guardsman Receives Award For Marathon Bombing Heroics

For the fourth time since the Boston Marathon bombings, a Massachusetts National Guard member received the Soldiers Medal for rushing toward the explosions on Boylston Street. → Read More

Matters Of The Mind: Finding Better Ways To Identify Psychotic Disorders

A revolutionary study in Boston is working to make the identification of psychotic disorders more reliable. → Read More

Matters Of The Mind: Confronting An Adverse Childhood

A Cambridge comedian's route to being a productive, happy and healthy adult wasn’t necessarily a smooth one. → Read More