Greg McQuade, WTVR CBS 6 Richmond

Greg McQuade

WTVR CBS 6 Richmond

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Recent articles by Greg:

How this 'amazing person' is helping Virginia foster children find success

Sophia Booker serves as a Youth Development Coordinator at Project Life. She works closely with teens and young adults navigating Virginia’s foster care system. → Read More

Love pushes mom to run with her son: 'How do you not do this for him?'

Kim and Woody Michaux have a goal to run half marathons in all 50 states. The mother and son have completed 24 races in under four years. → Read More

He came back from Iraq with PTSD. Then this dog saved his life.

Rob Murafsky and Monsoon look like your typical man and best friend duo. But the partners didn’t forge their relationship at a breeder or a shelter. They teamed up over tragedy. → Read More

How residents at Virginia retirement community are time traveling to the Renaissance

Caroline dresses up the seniors to look like they are living in the 1500s. The whimsical portraits have become a big hit with the residents. → Read More

He watched his mom struggle. Now he's helping young adults overcome their challenges to thrive.

Leo Castro serves as a job coach with SOAR 365, a Richmond-based nonprofit group that provides opportunities to those living with challenges. → Read More

An accident paralyzed him, but it didn't take his sense of adventure

A Virginia man is proving you can overcome just about anything as long as you put your mind to it and keep moving. → Read More

He chose preservation over profit to protect this historic Henrico farm: 'This land should be as it is'

Just 12 miles from Downtown Richmond, Four Mile Creek has more to offer than just natural beauty. The area is rich in Native American and Colonial history. → Read More

WWII veteran Jack Myers finds joy his the friendships he forged nearly 80 years ago

One of Myers' biggest joys in life was making memories with his buddies: friendships forged nearly 80 years ago. → Read More

CarMax founder Rick Sharp's lasting legacy: 'What would Rick do?'

In his mid-60’s, Rick Sharp was diagnosed with Alzheimer’s Disease. He passed away in 2014. But his legacy lives on through the Rick Sharp Foundation which helps raise money for Alzheimer’s research. → Read More

Take a trip on this 'fun' James River relic from a bygone era

The Hatton Ferry has been carrying people and their wagons, cars and trucks across the James River between Albemarle and Buckingham Counties since the 1870’s. → Read More

Soldiers suffering after war find salvation at the end of a leash

When men and women return from war, scars can linger on the inside and out. But a nonprofit in Central Virginia is lending a helping paw. → Read More

She found a secret passage hidden in her home. It led to long-lost love letters.

During an early round of spring cleaning, Anna Prillaman discovered a hidden panel leading to part of the attic. → Read More

These classes help turn cookie dough into confidence

Tablespoons Bakery is teaming up with Jacob’s Chance, which helps teens and young adults with disabilities flourish through a variety of activities like in-person and online enrichment classes. → Read More

Richmond firefighter Renard Cox once played football in the NFL: 'I made my dream come true'

The 43-year-old Richmond firefighter is most comfortable wearing a uniform. Gear has served him well in his career choices past and present. → Read More

Bonding over burpees helps these cancer patients get through treatment

Erica Porter welcomes cancer patients to her gym at no cost. The cancer survivor believes exercising keeps patients fit physically and mentally during their cancer journey. → Read More

Paralyzed veteran makes sure paralyzed children have bikes to ride

James Howard founded Reachcycles, a non-profit that delivers specially adapted tricycles to children living with disabilities. → Read More

Richmond firefighter dedicated to helping strangers, even if they're in Kentucky

For two weeks, the safety officer and 10 other first responders from Virginia’s Blended Incident Management Team lent their expertise in post-disaster coordination where a deadly tornado ripped through the city of Mayfield. → Read More

Virginia retiree on one-man trash crusade: 'You sure surprised me'

Greg McQuade recently surprised Tommie Trimmer with a $200 gift card as part of the CBS 6 Month of Giving made possible with the help of Virginia Credit Union. → Read More

His retirement is spent bringing solar power to communities in Africa

This Chesterfield man retired from Dominion Energy after 40 years. But instead of resting and relaxing, he uses his decades of engineering to bring life-changing resources to Africa. → Read More

Chesterfield student silences bullies with book: 'Bullies never win'

Middle School Mystery Pool Party Disaster is on sale now. The sequel will hit shelves and online in the spring. → Read More