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During the Revolutionary War period, several notable events occurred in Richmond, including Patrick Henry's "Give me liberty or give me death" speech in 1775 at St. John's Church. Richmond's economy is primarily driven by law, finance, and government with several notable legal and banking firms, as well as federal, state, and local governmental agencies, located in the downtown area.

Population: 200123
Local Newspapers: Richmond Times-Dispatch
Local Sports Teams: Richmond Flying Squirrels (Double A Baseball) VCU Rams
Local Colleges: Virginia Commonwealth University University of Richmond

Zip Codes associated with richmond, virginia: 23219 23220 23221 23222 23223 23224 23225 23226 23227 23228 23229 23230 23231 23233 23234 23235 23236 23237 23294
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Richmond News
Food court coming to Carytown

The founder of the Sweet Frog frozen yogurt chain is revamping the Carytown location of his other food business, Zzaam Fresh Korean Grill, to open the neighborhood's first food court . The project will convert Zzaam's building at 3300 W. Cary St. to allow it to share the property with a barbecue joint, bubble tea concept, self-serve bar and itinerant oyster bar.

Sickle Cell sufferer fears fight against opioid crisis could leave more patients suffering

John Hall, who ended a 41-year journalism career as director of The Associated Press' State Photo Center, has died. He was RICHMOND, Va.

Man drives himself to hospital after being shot quarter-mile from earlier fatal Richmond shooting

Police said that a man was shot in the 3800 block of Orcutt Lane Tuesday night. This is about a quarter mile away from where a man was shot and killed while driving on Broad Rock Boulevard earlier Tuesday.

Richmond neighborhood wants answers in death of mother of 6

Neighbors say there was definitely arguing behind closed doors but it is what they heard 25-year-old Barbara Brown screaming on the cement stoop outside, that's hard to forget. "She was 6 inches from his face screaming, 'If you ever 'kirk' me out like that again in a store, I will cut your [expletive] off and [expletive]," said Michael Bove.

Richmond man claims racial profiling when gun store owner refuses to sell to him

A Richmond man claims he was the target of racial profiling after a gun store owner recently refused to sell him a weapon. 8News reporter Aaron Thomas went to the store to speak with the owner and get his side of the story.

Renters scramble to relocate as third Richmond building condemned

Families are frantically trying to find a new place to live, after another building at the Flats at Ginter Park was condemned. That brings the total to three buildings condemned since CBS 6 first reported last week that many families in the complex on Old Brook Road had been living without hot water for six months.

Suspect sought in Richmond bank robbery

Detectives in Richmond are asking for the public's help identifying the suspect who robbed a bank near Staples Mill last week. The robbery occurred at 1:24 p.m. last Friday, November 24 at the Wells Fargo located at 4901 West Broad Street.

Richmond Implements Weapons Ban, Crowd Size Limit For Statue Rallies

Richmond, Va., ended a ban on Confederate monument rallies Monday, but imposed a weapons ban and crowd size limit for future demonstrations. Democratic Virginia Gov. Terry McAuliffe ended a temporary ban on rallies at Confederate statues in Richmond, reported Richmond Times-Dispatch .

Arrest made after man found dead in South Richmond driveway

Police have identified the man who was found dead in a driveway in front of a South Richmond home last week. Robert L. Walker, 20, was found lying unresponsive from an apparent gunshot wound in the 2000 block of South Kinsley Avenue at around 1:10 a.m. on Friday, November 17. He was pronounced dead at the scene and police ruled his death a homicide.

Former Virginia death row inmate granted parole

In this 1991 file photo, Joseph M. Giarratano, who was stabbed on July 4, 1996, at Buckingham Correctional Center, speaks with members of the media in Buckingham, Va. Giarratano, who had his sentence commuted to life in prison more than two decades ago, has been granted parole.

Stoney, McEachin and others mark Transgender Day of Remembrance in two ceremonies

Attendees at the Transgender Day of Remembrance at the Richmond Public Library pause for a moment to honor the 27 transgender Virginians who died in the last year. Richmond Mayor Levar Stoney, U.S. Rep. Donald McEachin and diverse folks from across the city were all present at events honoring the loss of transgender lives in the last year.

Executive order expands permit process, bans weapons at Robert E. Lee Monument

Governor Terry McAuliffe announced Monday emergency safety regulations and a robust permitting process for events held at the Robert E. Lee statue on Monument Avenue. The new regulations come three months after violence at the "Unite the Right" rally in Charlottesville that left one woman dead.

Hundreds lineup in Carytown for release of Nike shoe designed by Richmond man

Hundreds of sneaker fans lined the streets of Carytown Monday afternoon, hoping to get their hands on a new Nike shoe designed by Richmond native Sean Wotherspoon. People from across the country are gathered outside of Need Supply Co.

Under interim Richmond schools chief's facilities plans, district...

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Tropical Smoothie Cafe and FeedMore team up for the holiday season

Richmond area Tropical Smoothie Cafes are teaming up with Feedmore and the Central Virginia Food Bank to bring hunger relief to Richmond area residents this holiday season. Sean Nicholson, Owner of the Westchester and Short Pump Tropical Smoothie Cafe locations talked about the franchise's campaign.

Teacher of the Year to lead Richmond schools, sources say

The Richmond School Board will vote Monday night to approve Jason Kamras at the next Superintendent of Richmond Public Schools, multiple sources confirmed to CBS 6 News. "I think there's tremendous possibility in technology to help us do our work more effectively, and to accelerate the pace of learning for our students," he said about D.C. public schools.

12-story tower planned along Richmond canal

With a previous plan for a taller bank-anchored tower scrapped, a local development team is shifting to a new project to continue what it started with its downtown Locks development. WVS Cos.

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