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Man charged with involuntary manslaughter for slamming into passenger on I-64

GOOCHLAND, Va. – A man has been charged with involuntary manslaughter after police say he ran over a female passenger on Interstate 64 in Goochland. 274 more words


Shooting suspect arrested in Short Pump; I-64 reopens

HENRICO COUNTY, Va. — Interstate 64 reopened and a shooting suspect was taken into custody Monday morning in Henrico County.

The hours-long overnight search for that suspect forced police to close I-64 — west and east — near the Pouncey Tract Road overpass in Short Pump. 339 more words


Road rage shooting reported on I-64

HAMPTON, Va. — Virginia State Police are investigating a road rage related shooting on Interstate 64 in Hampton. The shooting was reported Wednesday, March 28, at about 9:54 p.m., near the westbound Mallory Street exit. 218 more words


I-64 lanes reopen after tree falls on interstate

UPDATE: All lanes are now open. There is a two mile backup remaining. Continue to expect residual delays.

GOOCHLAND COUNTY, Va. — All eastbound lanes are closed along Interstate 64 east near mile marker 171 (two miles west of Ashland Road) due to a fallen tree, according to the Virginia Department of Transportation. 30 more words


Driver armed with weapon killed in I-64 police shooting

HENRICO COUNTY, Va. — A driver that Virginia State Police said was armed with a weapon when he approached two officers was fatally shot on Interstate 64 in Henrico, following a pursuit Thursday morning. 283 more words


Minor injuries reported in crash that closed I-64 east

HENRICO COUNTY, Va. — A single-vehicle crash  shutdown all lanes of I-64 east near the Broad/Glenside exit headed into Richmond Sunday afternoon.

VDOT reported the crash happened at mile marker 183 in Henrico County. 109 more words


Driver charged in 3-vehicle crash that closed I-64 lanes in Henrico

HENRICO COUNTY, Va. — Interstate 64 east has reopened after a multi-vehicle accident involving a tractor trailer closed lanes, at Staples Mill Road, in western Henrico, according to Virginia State Police. 185 more words