In the Community

One person has died and five others including a juvenile were shot and injured in a Whitcomb court shooting on Monday evening. Police officers responded to the 2300 block of Bethel Street for several reports of random gunfire where they found three adult men suffering from apparent gunshot wounds.  One man was pronounced dead at the […]

Have Black Lives Ever Mattered? The History of Systemic Racism An important conversation to provide insight and understanding around the history of systemic racism in America. Hosted and Moderated by Miss Community Clovia Tune in Tuesday August 18th @ 5pm KISS Richmond Facebook Sponsored by the Valentine, the Virginia Museum of History and Culture, and […]

Did you know that peanut butter is the most requested but least donated item to food banks? You can help! Kroger is teaming up with KissRichmond to help our local Feed More food bank. Simply purchase a jar or two of peanut butter and place it in the bin at the front of the store […]

LISTEN to hear a meaningful conversation around the impact of Covid-19 in black and brown communities with Miss Community Clovia and her special guest for the Radio One & VA Department of Emergency Management COVID-19 Community Forum.

The statue of Christopher Columbus in Richmond’s Byrd Park was torn down and thrown in the lake on Tuesday night as part of the frustration of protestors who want all racist monuments gone.  The protesters marched to the Robert E. Lee Monument before several groups returned and pulled it down with rope and then pushing […]

Director Jim Andelin announced Wednesday that the Metro Richmond Zoo will reopen on June 15th with the following COVID-19 guidelines: The Zoo will operate at 50% capacity. Capacity will be controlled by our admissions software to limit the number of guests entering the park. All tickets should be purchased onlineto reserve your entry time. 6 feet markers […]

Virginia Governor Ralph Northam will hold one of his bi-weekly news conferences at 2 p.m. to update his administration’s response to the COVID-19 pandemic and address the status of schools and their projected start date. See story here

Virginia Governor Ralph Northam is expected to announce the removal of the General Robert E. Lee statue from Monument Avenue in Richmond. The press conference will be held at 11a.m. today instead of 2 p.m. in respect for the George Floyd memorial service scheduled at that time today. Richmond Mayor Levar Stoney along with 9th […]

Friday June 5th marks the beginning of Phase Two re-opening for the state of Virginia as the City of Richmond remains in Phase One. Virginia Governor Ralph Northam stated: “Phase Two will include more flexibility for restaurants, gyms, sports, outdoor entertainment venues, and gatherings of up to 50 people. It means restaurants can have indoor […]

Several hundred people gathered outside City Hall, chanting “Fire them!” as Mayor Levar Stoney attempted to apologize for the gassing of peaceful protesters and promised that the officers involved will face disciplinary action. Mayor Stoney ensured the crowd that he was with them and promised to march along side them…a promise he followed through on. […]

A Caroline County family on a Saturday afternoon drive, thought that someone had left trash in the middle of Broad Street but upon inspection quickly realized that the bags were filled with $1M in cash that was addressed to “cash vault.” Police believe the mail bags belonged to the mail service and were meant for a […]

The Richmond City health District is holding walk-up corona virus testing events in Hillside, Creighton and Gilpin Courts. Today at 1500 Harwood St in Hillside Court, tomorrow at 1810 Creighton Rd in Creighton Court and Thursday at 436 Calhoun St in Gilpin Court. You must register in advance by calling (804) 205-3501 to receive an […]