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In a photo posted to social media by Robertson, the two men pose in the Capitol Crypt on Jan. 6.
Robertson Kept Buying Guns And Ammo After FBI Raid, Prosecutors Claim

WASHINGTON DC-Despite a judge's pretrial ban, Thomas Robertson bought $50,000 worth of guns from Jan. to July, prosecutors said.

In a photo posted to social media by Robertson, the two men pose in the Capitol Crypt on Jan. 6.
Former Rocky Mount Cop Argues His Gun Order Didn’t Break Judge’s Ban

ROCKY MOUNT- A former Rocky Mount police officer linked to the Jan. 6 attack argues he didn't violate a court order by buying guns, despite being banned from possessing them.

Garland Reverses Trump Administration Order, Sending Grants to Virginia

RICHMOND-Just over $10 million in law enforcement grants will be coming to Virginia this month, just a couple years late.

Herring Files Appeal Over Equal Rights Amendment Ruling

RICHMOND-Federal courts need to take another look at the Equal Rights Amendment. That’s Mark Herring’s request.

Dogwood Download: Things You Should Know For April 26

ALEXANDRIA-Virginia's COVID-19 numbers keep dropping, the search continues in Shenandoah, March wins a primary and Herring loses in court.

Dogwood Download: Things You Should Know For April 16

RICHMOND-Warner and Kaine introduce a plan to reduce gun violence, Virginia Beach police arrest another suspect in March 26 shooting and we consider what was the first drink besides water.

A screenshot from the body cam of Windsor Police Officer Daniel Crocker, one of two men who face questions after video surfaced of a December traffic stop that went very badly.
Northam Orders State Investigation Into Windsor Traffic Stop

WINDSOR- In December, two Windsor police officers pulled guns on U.S. Army 2nd Lieutenant Caron Nazario during a traffic stop. And then things went bad.