Richmond

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Richmond City is working with the Attorney General’s office to relaunch an anti-violence media campaign. The campaign includes traditional outreach like billboards and TV ads. But it also relies on some more innovative approaches.

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An Army National Guard officer accused of stealing an armored personnel carrier from a Virginia base and leading police on a more than 60-mile chase was driving under the influence of drugs, police said Wednesday.

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Last week, police in Richmond shot and killed an unarmed man who was charging at an officer. The incident has renewed calls for more transparency around policing.

Earlier this year, Richmond agreed to release monthly data on complaints against officers, as well as use of force by officers. But some community advocates are asking for more.

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There’s no shortage of challenges to life as a farmer: long hours, unpredictable weather, small profit margins. But a new group in central Virginia wants to make sure access to capital isn’t one of those challenges.

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Comfort is a staple in the Richmond dining scene. The 15-year old restaurant is known for its elevated home-style cooking. But as of March, the restaurant has become known for something new. After paying their bills and paying their staff, the two owners have decided to donate profits to help fight hunger -- indefinitely. And for them, the cause is personal.

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