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It’s not too late to help solve a homicide

A Richmond family is still searching for answers nearly seven years after their loved one was killed. William “Noonie” Norwood was shot and killed in Richmond’s Southside in November of 2016. Years later, Norwood’s family continues to speak out to hopefully get...
5k Run to Support Victims of Crime

5k Run to Support Victims of Crime

The SOS Show of Support 5k in Richmond’s Monroe Park in April was held to show solidarity and support for victims of crime. The event aims to bring awareness to the impact of crime on communities and offer support and resources for victims. The race benefited the...

UPDATE: Results of Richmond’s gun buyback event

The Richmond City Police Department announced it purchased nearly 500 firearms for a total cost of $67,500 during its first gun buyback program — an initiative aimed at curbing gun violence. Interim Chief of Police Rick Edwards addressed the city’s public safety...

Solving cold cases one game at a time

A collaboration among the Richmond Police Department, Richmond Metro Crime Stoppers, the Attorney General’s Office and the Commonwealth’s Attorney’s Office could help solve crime while offering incarcerated people at the Richmond Justice Center a chance to make a...