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


Localities approve resolutions aimed at resisting gun-control laws, but some view the actions as symbolic. 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


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


"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


In the wake of the mass shooting in Las Vegas, several Richmond medical care providers share their views on gun violence, plus more of the week's health news. Read more


A gunshot-locating system will help Richmond officers respond to violent crime. Read more


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


Police department tip line nets 14 illegal firearms. Read more


Richmond Police Chief Alfred Durham urges patience in the wake of shootings in Texas, Louisiana and Minnesota. Read more

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10 bills to track during the 2016 Virginia General Assembly session Read more


A pro-Second Amendment group calling for more gun restrictions prepares to lobby a statehouse where gun rights prevail. Read more

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How much of his education, health and economic development agenda can Democratic Gov. Terry McAuliffe get through a Republican-dominated General Assembly already pushing back? Read more


In the era of #BlackLivesMatter, Richmond’s Police Department and its Young Adult Police Commission seek mutual understanding. Read more

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