RICHMOND, Va. (WRIC) — A former Richmond Police Captain is talking about what police in Vegas are dealing with. Retired Officer Steve Neal says he has been involved in those decision-making moments when a choice could mean life and death. He says it’s remarkable how police in Las Vegas responded. “They know who committed the crime so what is important now is why the why is important because law enforcement wants to know for the future,” Neal said.
COLONIAL HEIGHTS, Va. (WRIC) — It has been years since we first reported a Kroger was coming to Colonial Heights at the site of the old courthouse. The project has since been scrapped, but the rundown courthouse still stands. The courthouse was supposed to be demolished in July after Kroger announced it wasn’t building a store, but now three months later, the building is still standing. Many say it is an eyesore.
RICHMOND, Va. (WRIC) — The medical community is using the tragedy in Las Vegas to talk about how they can prepare for if a similar event were to happen here. Local doctors are sharing what’s happening now in those Las Vegas emergency rooms. Dr. Stephen Miller says despite Las Vegas hospitals being thousands of miles away, what’s going on inside of the ER’s there is the same thing that would happen if a mass casualty event happened here.
@JulieCareyNBC@nbcwashington Really @VAHouseDems ANOTHER lawsuit? If you don’t suceeed in changing the will of the voters the first time try try again I guess? The law has been applied correctly, time to move on.
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