Kirk Nawrotzky, 8News WRIC Richmond

Kirk Nawrotzky

8News WRIC Richmond

Richmond, VA, United States

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Past articles by Kirk:

In-person attendance off to a great start for the Richmond Kickers

The USL League One season was delayed due to COVID-19 but with games finally underway, the Richmond Kickers have been able to host fans at City Stadium. → Read More

180,000 face masks donated to Richmond Public School students

Half of the 180,000 masks have been given to RPS students. And through a design competition one student will have their design featured on the remaining 90,000 masks. → Read More

New home construction moves forward despite difficult 2020

Whether it's construction in Chesterfield or other counties across the greater Richmond area, new homes are being built even during the difficult coronavirus pandemic. → Read More

Meet Erny, Richmond Fire Department’s new accelerant detective canine

ogs can do a lot of things and two year old Erny is no different. The newest member of Richmond’s Fire Investigation Unit is ready to make his presence known by helping arson investigations. → Read More

Is increased screen time from virtual learning impacting kids’ eyes?

Technology allows us the ability to learn in front of a screen, but have you ever thought about what the increased time staring at a computer could be doing to students' eyes? → Read More

Parents, students hold “Let Them Play” rally asking for a return to high school sports

Holly Wiles is a football parent and her son, Billy, is supposed to be playing his senior season at Stone Bridge High School in Loudon County. But the Virginia High School League previously voted to delay sports, putting things on hold. → Read More

‘It was pretty heavy’: Richmond TSA officer reflects on role after 9/11 at the World Trade Center

Leonard Mitchell remembers exactly where he was 19 years ago on September 11, 2001. → Read More

Labor Day pools active despite COVID-19 restrictions

Labor Day 2020 looks a lot different than Labor Day 2019 at Surreywood Swim and Tennis Club. → Read More

Science Museum of Virginia reopens after closing in March

The Science Museum of Virginia reopened Wednesday, September 2 to members and the public will be allowed to visit starting September 5. → Read More

Run Wild 5K coming to Metro Richmond Zoo

A new bi-annual race is coming to Metro Richmond Zoo this month. → Read More

Chesterfield holding school supplies drive for virtual students

Chesterfield County Public Schools is teaming up with community members to host a supply drive for virtual students. → Read More

Amid pandemic, fall semester underway at University of Richmond

University of Richmond students headed back to in-person classrooms, and some virtually, on Monday amid the coronavirus crisis. → Read More

Flooding damages, closes trails at Petersburg National Battlefield

Trails throughout the park offer a tour of history, but recent floods caused damage that has now closed many of those trails until cleanup is completed. → Read More

GRASP college scholarships help students in Virginia

GRASP recently awarded college scholarships to hundreds of students in the Richmond area totaling more than $200,000. → Read More

Henrico County hosts 136th USA Archery Target Nationals and U.S. Open this weekend

Taking place at Dorey Park through Saturday, some of the best archers have made their way to the Richmond region with eyes set on a championship. → Read More

Henrico County contributes funds to foundation purchasing historic Woodland Cemetery

With the help of $25,000 provided by Henrico County, the Evergreen Restoration Foundation purchased Woodland Cemetery for $50,000. → Read More

College tuition insurance: What it does and does not cover

You may not have heard about tuition insurance, but the topic has increasingly become of interest to college students and their families. → Read More

Henrico County hosts Teen Masters Bowling Championships

AMF Shrader Lanes in Henrico County has been busy this week hosting some of the best high school bowlers in the country for the 2020 Teen Masters Bowling Championships. → Read More

For Chesterfield family, homeschool could be in the future for all of their kids

One Chesterfield County family is trying something new this year – homeschool. The Tyree's have four children and their first three started public school when they were 5 years old. But with their youngest entering Kindergarten, they've decided to keep her home. → Read More

Randolph-Macon eyes successful return to sports in 2021 with athletics on hold

ASHLAND, Va. (WRIC) — Like other schools around the country COVID-19 has directly impacted Randolph-Macon College. Sports were put on hold earlier this year and they won’t return until at least 2021 because the Old Dominion Athletic Conference (ODAC) has postponed fall sports. “I think the conference did a nice job of trying to keep […] → Read More