A journey from college basketball player to "stretch bandit" to state prison and, at long last, release more


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


The U.S. attorney general spoke to law enforcement officials about crime-fighting strategies as protesters gathered outside. more



Illustration by Victoria Borges

The U.S. Supreme Court on Monday morning vacated 11 corruption convictions against former Virginia Governor Bob McDonnell, setting the stage for a possible retrial. more


Jerry Givens was Virginia’s executioner. Now, he wants to stop the death penalty. more

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Every Sunday, in a midtown hotel conference room, an ex-con turned pastor rejoices with the least among us. more

Sunday Story

The election to succeed Mayor Dwight C. Jones is a year from now. Is it too soon to start speculating on who might replace him? Of course not. more

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One night out and then it’s back to the day in and day out of turning neighborhoods into communities more

Sunday Story

The small but mighty crusade of Richmond Police Sgt. Carol Adams more

Sunday Story

The governor’s announcement comes on the heels of a report issued earlier this month by the Virginia Department of Forensic Science, detailing 2,369 untested physical evidence recovery kits held by police statewide. more



By Mark Robinson

The procession ended in Mosby Court, near where police found the project’s most recent homicide victim, Ra’Keem Adkins, 22. Mosby residents Milvon Witcher, 29, and Dominique Walker 22, are charged with conspiracy to commit murder. more


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