Kirk Nawrotzky, 8News WRIC Richmond

Kirk Nawrotzky

8News WRIC Richmond

Richmond, VA, United States

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Recent articles by Kirk:

No Minor League Baseball season means teams, players face uncertain future and financial loss

Teams like the Richmond Flying Squirrels face a financial hit with no MiLB season. → Read More

‘Great American Ride’ challenges cyclists to virtual race across the country

The virtual ride will take cyclists 3,700 miles along the route of the Great American Rail Trail that spans from coast-to-coast. → Read More

Hopewell vehicle stolen with 6-month old inside, suspects arrested

Shortly before 11 p.m. Saturday, Hopewell police responded to the report of a stolen vehicle from the WaWa at 907 Colonial Corner Drive with a 6-month old infant inside. → Read More

84th Deep Run Horse Show canceled for health and safety reasons

The Deep Run Horse show is supposed to be celebrating their 84th year but the coronavirus pandemic caused a cancellation for the first time in its history. → Read More

Richmond BMX stays busy, looks to resume regular activities soon

Richmond BMX track operator Gary Craig says that while the coronavirus pandemic forces events to be canceled, it has also meant an increase in casual riders using the track. → Read More

Special Olympics Virginia’s Summer Games are canceled, but virtual torch run keeps tradition going

Special Olympics Virginia won’t hold their Summer Games this weekend in Richmond, but that’s not stopping the athletes from celebrating. → Read More

NFL says no training camps away from home, leaving Richmond without Redskins in 2020

Redskins Park in Ashburn, Virginia, which previously hosted training camp and is the team headquarters, will hold camp this year instead of Richmond. → Read More

Belmont Golf Course renovations underway with restoring history a major focus

Earlier this year The First Tee of Greater Richmond took over operations of Belmont Golf Course as part 20-year lease agreement with Henrico County. → Read More

Burke excited to lead Randolph-Macon women’s basketball

The first head coaching job is special for any coach and Lindsey Burke is proud to lead Randolph-Macon women's basketball. → Read More

‘It is going to be a little sad’: Longtime Dominion employee reflects on career, building implosion

With the old Dominion Energy headquarters building set for demolition, a former employee has fond memories of her time with the company. → Read More

Outdoor dining expanded in Ashland with ‘Parking to Patio’ initiative

On Friday, May 15, ‘Parking to Patio’ was introduced to rave reviews. → Read More

How Richmond restaurant ‘Bookbinders’ is preparing for ‘phase one’ reopening

Bookbinders Seafood and Steakhouse owner John Taxin hopes people feel comfortable enough to make a reservation. → Read More

Car parade helps celebrate Marion Temple’s 100th birthday

Happy Birthday, Marion! → Read More

Looking to ride? RVA bike shop has wheels arriving daily

Bill Agee of Agee's Bicycle Company had a feeling that people would be buying bikes as they look for extra activities during the coronavirus pandemic. → Read More

Highland Springs grad K’Von Wallace drafted by Eagles

Former Highland Springs standout K'Von Wallace is heading to the NFL after being drafted by the Philadelphia Eagles. → Read More

Byrd Theatre offering virtual screenings while doors are closed

The Byrd Theatre is offering virtual screenings for people to enjoy at home. → Read More

Looking for a way to relieve some stress during COVID-19? You could turn to axe or knife throwing

What if you’re looking for a new way to help relieve some stress? If that describes you, the answer could be throwing axes and knives. → Read More

Supreme Court accepts case on police immunity from lawsuits

The U.S. Supreme Court has agreed to hear an appeal by police officers who believe they deserve immunity from a lawsuit filed by college student who says he was beaten up in a case of mistaken identity. → Read More

Vice President Mike Pence set to visit Louisa County Wednesday

Vice President Mike Pence will be in the Louisa County area Wednesday. → Read More

Virginia is for Restaurant Lovers: ‘Takeout Week’ aims to boost revenue of local eateries

Beginning Monday, Virginia Tourism is launching “Virginia is for Restaurant Lovers Takeout Week,” encouraging people to support their local community by ordering takeout or delivery. → Read More