gun violence

This year, Richmond magazine examines the impact guns have on our lives. Read more

When the Virginia General Assembly convenes under new leadership, will legislators find common ground or stick to their partisan guns? Read more


Advocates for gun control and Second Amendment rights discuss what motivates them. Read more


A family works to turn personal anguish into community transformation. Read more


A few of the region’s finer and not-so-fine 2019 moments Read more

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Richmond area localities respond to the push for "Second Amendment sanctuaries." Read more


Richmond Mayor Levar Stoney says he'll present ordinances Monday against phone use while driving and to require the reporting of lost or stolen guns. Read more


In his new book, a veteran journalist looks at Virginia Tech’s 2007 mass shooting from the survivors’ point of view. Read more


A forum set for Feb. 13 seeks to further the community dialogue on firearms and find a solution to gun violence. Read more


Superintendent's "Dreams4RPS" plan aims to ensure that each graduate leaves high school ready for college, a living-wage job or national service. Read more


The Richmond Police Department announced a two-year timeline to complete training for officers. Read more


How do we keep our kids from being shot to death? Read more


During a school walkout and protest on Friday, hundreds of Richmond-area students marched to the Virginia State Capitol to call for change. Read more


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

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A glass-blowing fundraiser, the annual Bardathon, the Virginia Horse Festival, a march on the Virginia State Capitol against gun violence and more for the week ahead Read more

"We march because we don't want to look around at each other and wonder which friends we might have to say goodbye to," writes a Richmond high school junior. Read more


Richmond students join a National School Walkout against gun violence, Shamrock the Block, Tony Bennett at the Altria Theater and more for the week ahead. Read more

"The push will be to try to get voted in legislators that understand this is an issue and people want action," a Richmond activist says after meeting with Sen. Tim Kaine. Read more


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


How Richmond can act to reduce violence in 2018 Read more


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