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Louisa man killed in flash flood; Chesterfield tornado victim died while helping co-workers escape
RICHMOND — A Louisa man was killed early Tuesday when his pickup truck was struck by a wave of water in a flash flood brought on by the remnants of Hurricane Florence.Richard Edward Kelih Jr., 59, died when he tried to cross Rock Quarry Road and floodwaters struck his 2003 Toyota Tacoma. The waters
Louisa man dies in flood waters near Zion Crossroads | NewsRadio WINA
LOUISA (WINA) – State Police are investigating the death of a man found in an SUV submerged in water Tuesday morning off Rock Quarry Road in Louisa County. State Police Sgt. Keeli Hill says they were called around 2am to the scene to help the Louisa County Sheriff’s Office find a vehicle swept away
German exchange student learns about rural American life in Louisa
Lea Knuepper (l) of Duisberg, Germany, is greeted by Amy Meadows at Richmond International Airport upon her arrival to the United States in August as an exchange student at Louisa County High School.
Police: 1 dead, 1 injured in 4-car crash in Fairfax County
FAIRFAX, Va.- One person has died, and another person has been injured in a multi-car crash on I-66 in Fairfax County, police say.
Announcements for Sept. 19 through Sept. 25
» Charlottesville Fire Department conducts neighborhood safety surveys in the Venable, Stadium Road and Fontaine Avenue areas through Tuesday. City Fire and Charlottesville Neighborhood Development staff members will knock on doors and make sure residents have working smoke alarms and home safety pl
Charges certified against accused carjacker, abductor in Spotsylvania
The man had already followed her from the Wawa on Harrison Road and had pulled in front of her in the 3600 block of Massaponax Church Road, causing her to slam on her brakes to avoid a collision. When she backed up to try to maneuver around her pursuer, Burnett said her back tire got stuck in a ditc
Garden of eatin’: Local entrepreneurs develop a new way of growing greens - C-VILLE Weekly
Soon, you might not need a green thumb to farm continually fresh greens at home. For that matter, you might not need a garden, at least not in the traditional sense.
Virginia man gets 3 years for arson, leaving dog to die in fire
A judge on Tuesday sentenced Luke Alvarado Hill to 15 years, with 12 suspended. In May 2017, Virginia Beach crews found Hill'sdetached garage on fireon Princess Anne Road, with his pit bull inside.
Louisa schools will have a two-hour delay Wednesday morning
Louisa County Public Schools will be on a two-hour delay Wednesday. Employees use Code 5.
Crash involving an ambulance leaves one dead in King George
At about 6:45 p.m., a Westmoreland County ambulance transporting a patient entered the intersection of U.S. 301 and Ridge Road in King George, according to a news release from the Virginia State Police. The ambulance, which had its emergency lights and siren on, struck a Volvo sedan and a Nissan van
Top Health Officer Leaving West Virginia DHHR
Myers, in the private sector, was the manager of corporate administration for Toyota Motor Manufacturing in Buffalo, West Virginia.
Man killed during late-night storm in Louisa County
The storm’s remains brought heavy rains and damaging winds through Central Virginia. Buckingham County was under a tornado warning for about hour around 11 p.m. Monday night, according to the service, but no touchdown was reported. The storm then continued into Fluvanna and Louisa counties.
Virginia man killed when flash flooding overtakes truck in Louisa County
LOUISA COUNTY, Va. (WHSV) —The remnants of Hurricane Florence, which brought flooding to many areas in the Shenandoah Valley and central Virginia on Monday, killed a man in Louisa County.According to the Louisa County Sheriff's Office, crews responded to a flooded section of Rt. 607 (Rock Quarry Roa
Man accused of rubbing produce on his butt at Northern Virginia grocery store
You never know where your produce has been. In Virginia, one man was accused of rubbing produce against his backside, then putting it back on the shelf. The grocery store had to destroy several pallets of produce afterwards.USA TODAY
West Virginia Pols Probe Mystery of Missing Lottery Officials
Lottery Director Alan Larrick mysteriously resigned on August 31, the day after West Virginia launched itsfirst legal sports book, and state lawmakers want to know why.The Charleston Gazette-Mailreports that Larrick’s acting replacement, Doug Buffington, was quizzed to that effect at a Joint Standin
Virginia man killed in flash flood from Florence remnants
It's the second death in Virginia attributed to Florence. On Monday, an employee of a flooring company died when a tornado touched down in Chesterfield, just south of Richmond.
Video Catches Dramatic Footage as Tornado Destroys Roof of Virginia Business
A video shared on Twitter by WeatherNation shows a funnel cloud touching down and destroying the roof of an auto parts warehouse outside Richmond, Virginia.The resulting cataclysm for the store is intense, the video shows, as the entire roof of the building lifts into the sky and the air around the
Two Culpeper men arrested on drug charges
Deputies made “a hand-to-hand purchase of cocaine” Friday in the parking lot of Mosby Meadow Market on North Main Street in the town of Culpeper, according to a news release Monday from the Culpeper County Sheriff’s Office. Authorities estimated the street value of the suspected narcotics at $1,000.
Here Are The 7 Best Places For A Bird’s-Eye View Of West Virginia's Fall Foliage
Lindy PointFlickr/Richard FreemanBlackwater Falls State Park may be known for its falls, but you definitely want to stay for its views. Lindy Point offers one of the greatest views of the surrounding landscape. From several thousand feet in the air, you can see the head of Blackwater Canyon laid out
Spotted lanternfly seen in Pennsylvania, New Jersey and Virginia
The invaders are small, but they do a lot of damage. They are from Asia, specifically China, Vietnam and Bangladesh, a genuine pest.