Maggi Marshall, WTVR CBS 6 Richmond

Maggi Marshall

WTVR CBS 6 Richmond

Richmond, VA, United States

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Man killed in shooting outside Henrico convenience store, police say

Officers said 911 calls began coming in just after 8:45 p.m. that a man had been shot in the 400 block of E. Laburnum Avenue. → Read More

Why Sunday is so important for Richmond man who almost died after surgery

David Redford shared his story ahead of Sunday, which is Virginia Blood Donor Day. It’s a day designed to encourage folks to get out and donate blood to help replenish the supply. → Read More

Parade honors Petersburg lives lost as families plead 'please talk it out'

Family members who have lost loved ones to violence in Petersburg are pleading for peace in hopes it will save lives. → Read More

Ex-officer arrested after 9-hour standoff; 2 bodies found in Henrico home

The bodies of two women were found inside the home where a barricade situation took place over nearly nine hours Saturday in an eastern Henrico neighborhood. → Read More

Person barricaded in Henrico home fired at officers, Crime Insider sources say

Officers believe more than one person is inside a home where a barricade situation is unfolding in an eastern Henrico County neighborhood Saturday morning, according to a Henrico Police spokesperson. → Read More

New Henrico basketball courts hope to create safe space for community

Henrico has created a new safe space for people to gather and play basketball. The courts feature LED lighting, plexiglass backboards and bleacher seating for fans. → Read More

Girl Scout leaders 'Salt and Pepper' leave lasting legacy in Richmond

After decades of service, two Richmond women are stepping away from the Girl Scouts, leaving a lasting legacy on hundreds of young girls in Central Virginia. → Read More

Book inspired by Chesterfield kids killed in fire hopes to 'help ease the pain,' author says

"I feel like was saying so much," Vonettia Calloway said. "It doesn’t matter where we come, it doesn't matter what our families look like, we are all important and unique." → Read More

A young Henrico boy was attacked by dogs. Another woman claims she was too.

Just over a week ago, a young boy was attacked by two dogs while he was walking to his Henrico bus stop. Officials said that these same dogs attacked another woman just months prior. → Read More

Chesterfield students compete in 'Shark Tank' event: 'This can be done'

The Meadowbrook Academy for Developing Entrepreneurs kicked off their inaugural "Shark Tank" event hosted at the VCU da Vinci Center Shift Retail Lab Wednesday night. → Read More

'See something, say something,' crowd chants in Petersburg

Community members spent Saturday morning walking to promote peace in Petersburg after a string of recent gun violence. → Read More

Richmond Fashion Week showcases designers from across Virginia

Richmond’s 14th Fashion Week is underway and is bringing in local designers across the state. → Read More

The changes that could be coming to Virginia's marijuana laws

A vote by the General Assembly Wednesday may significantly change how marijuana is criminalized and how the hemp industry operates. The General Assembly is back Wednesday for Veto day and one bill many have their eyes on is SB591. → Read More

Virginians celebrate first 4/20 following legalization

Wednesday marked the first time that Virginians could legally celebrate 4/20 following the legalization of marijuana last summer. → Read More

Richmond teachers to make historic vote: 'We will have a seat at the table'

On Friday and Saturday, educators will get to decide if they want a union to legally be able to have the same decision and negotiating power as the school board and the district. If passed they’ll become the first county in the state to do it. → Read More

Girls heard shooting that killed Henrico teen: 'It made my heart break'

Two cousins at a sleepover at their grandmother's house heard the shooting that killed a teenager in his eastern Henrico County neighborhood early Saturday. → Read More

Why Virginia church handed out $10,000 in gas cards: 'See the smiles'

Four-hundred lucky Richmonders did not have to pay at the pump Saturday morning thanks to the generosity of a Richmond church. → Read More

Hopewell raises awareness about growing problem of child abuse: 'Children shouldn’t have to worry'

Child abuse is a problem statewide. It’s evident in the Children Protective Services 2020-2021 annual report that runs from July to July. Richmond reports that 103 children were abused. → Read More

Despite George Wythe delays, Richmond leaders focus on curriculum

Richmond Public School leaders are asking for the community's feedback to expand the type of curriculum and programs taught. On Tuesday night, they held their second meeting of a series hosting series to reimagine George Wythe’s curriculum. → Read More

Hoping to cause ripple effect, Buskey Cider hosts event fundraising for Ukrainians

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