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Richmond Public Schools' superintendent acknowledges an issue with GPA calculation for students in dual-enrollment and International Baccalaureate courses. more

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Close community and neighborhood haunts are the hallmark of this eastern Richmond historic district. more

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A simulation program allows civilians to see how they would respond to a tense situation that a police officer might face. more

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During encounters with police, one wrong move can be life-altering for a civilian. And as high-profile shootings test public confidence in law enforcement, officers face the possibility that any routine stop could turn violent. more

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After a public hearing, last-ditch efforts to delay the vote and a change of heart by two representatives, the measure passed 7-2. more

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A divided Richmond City Council forwards the mayor's plan to raise the tax to 7.5 percent after a failed attempt to postpone action for 30 days. more

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A message from a former School Board member asked recipients to "only patronize restaurants who support the meals tax." more

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Some Richmond City Council, School Board members express reservations during a joint meeting. more

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Colleges see a rise in sexual assault cases as awareness grows. more

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Mayor Levar Stoney touted his administration's accomplishments in his 'State of the City' address as Richmonders debate his meals-tax proposal. more

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Millennials turned out to vote in the 2017 Virginia governor's race. And on Saturday, many of the volunteers strutting back and forth between the crowds, lines and various tents fell into that category. more

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Florida native Jeffrey Katz stresses community engagement and public service, saying he believes that authority should be "exercised in a way that reflects the best of who we are as people." more

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Mayor Levar Stoney looks back at the first year of his term and outlines priorities for 2018. more

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McShin Academy offers substance abuse treatment for teens close to home. more

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Kaine meets with DACA recipients as Congress prepares to address immigration issues. more

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Richmond is full of people striving to make this a better place to live, work and play. Here are five who made an impact in 2017 and five to watch in 2018. more

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About 100 people gathered at City Hall for the 27th annual memorial service for friends and family of homicide victims. more

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Alfred Durham has gone above and beyond the role of police chief, playing, at various times, mentor, father figure and community activist to the city’s neediest neighborhoods. more

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County Administrator Joe Casey notes full accreditation of all Chesterfield public schools, public safety advances and road improvement plans. more

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Cones, crews and combined travel lanes have largely defined transit down Broad Street for the past 16 months, as the $64.9 million GRTC Pulse corridor construction continues rumbling along. more

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