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Woman Hides In Bed Frame In Stafford

(Stafford)- Authorities in Stafford have arrested a woman who was trying to avoid the police by hiding inside of a hotel bed frame. Thirty-four-year-old Lydia Mcbee was wanted on warrants in Spotsylvania and Caroline. She was caught

Rapid Rain Causes Flash Flooding

(Undated)- High water in several areas yesterday. Storms pushed through the region yesterday dumping several inches of rain, especially in Northern Virginia. At least three people were rescued from their cars in Fairfax County. Meanwhile, another woman

Gas Prices Rise as Fall Nears

(Richmond)- Gas prices up a bit this week. According to Triple-A, Virginians saw about a penny increase from this time last week for a gallon of gas. It averages out to around two-dollars-and-98-cents per gallon. Heading into

Simple Way to Access Proof of Vax

(Richmond)-  The Virginia Department of Health is making it easier for people to access their vaccination cards. Vaccinated residents can use the V-D-H website to get their own customized Q-R code. People may then print or save

Time for In-Person Early Voting

(Richmond)- In-person early voting is officially underway in Virginia. Voters looking to avoid the polls on Election Day may now visit their local registrar’s office or satellite voting location to do so. All you need is your

VDH Preparing for Booster Shots

(Richmond)- Virginia health leaders are awaiting further guidance from the FDA regarding COVID booster shots. The state vaccine coordinator says that health personnel are ready to take on the estimated 250-thousand people who would likely line up

Health Officials Eyeing Measles Cases

(Richmond)-The State Health Department has reported that several people have been diagnosed with measles. Officials are in the process of reaching out to those in the Northern-and-Central health regions who may’ve come in contact with the highly

Northam Signs Voting Rights Act of VA

(Newport News)- Governor Northam has officially signed the Voting Rights Act of Virginia. The act allows voters to sue for suppression while it also protects people against voter discrimination. Voting materials will also be provided in different