RICHMOND, Va. (WWBT) – Here’s a look at our top headlines for this Tuesday!
3 people injured after 2 shootings on Halloween night
Both of those shootings happened shortly after trick-or-treating went home.
The first occurred just before 9 p.m. north of the city on Chamberlayne Avenue. A man was taken to the hospital with serious injuries.
About ten minutes before this shooting, two people were shot dead on Glenfield Avenue in the south of the city – near Hillside Court.
Some trick or treats were still out at the time.
Officials say both men are expected to be fine.
If you know anything about any of these shootings, you are asked to call Crime Stoppers at 804-780-1000.
Man killed after confrontation with suspected thief
A Richmond City Councilwoman launches a new initiative to fight crime.
Chesterfield Police are searching for the gunman who killed a man in a Midlothian neighborhood.
Police say the victim was shot after catching the suspect ransacking his girlfriend’s unlocked car at 3:30am yesterday morning.
The suspect is currently on the run.
At this time, police do not have a description of this person’s appearance.
If you have any information about this shooting, call Crime Solvers at 804-748-0660.
Open enrollment through the Affordable Care Act begins today
Today is the day millions of Americans can begin choosing their health insurance plan for 2023 with the Affordable Care Act.
The Biden administration is trying to keep the number of uninsured Americans at a record low.
Health insurance costs for the coming year will remain low for most people because generous grants that started last year have been extended.
This was part of Democrats’ $1.9 trillion coronavirus relief bill, which boosted enrollments.
All of this means that monthly premium payments stay at zero dollars or just a few dollars a month for most people.
92 percent of Americans looking for insurance coverage have at least three insurance options when choosing their plans.
The registration period runs until January 15th. People should sign up by December 15th if they want to be insured right at the start of the new year.
NICU at Chippenham Hospital is closing
HCA hospitals will be consolidated with Johnston Willis Hospital – as the two are part of the same organization and are only six miles apart.
Last year, Johnston-Willis opened a new, state-of-the-art, 20-bed unit that provides advanced care for babies born with life-threatening conditions.
Those residing at Beechwood Manor in Prince George County are subject to a boil-water recommendation.
The county says workers began drain cleaning yesterday – which could ultimately leave the system vulnerable to contamination.
Officials say the consultation is expected to continue until tomorrow.
The county will let everyone know when it expires.
Warm start to November!
Decreasing clouds mean November will be a comfortable afternoon with plenty of warm air. Highs will be in the mid 70’s.
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