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Recent Articles
  • We sit down with local interior designer, Natalie Reddell

    Local Interior Designer, Natalie Reddell has established herself as a social media influencer and tastemaker in the design world. With the nickname 'The Commander in Chic', Natalie is known for her clever social media posts using her trademarked, golden hashtag.

  • Celebrating National Rum Day with “The Oley Way”

    August 16 is recognized as National Rum Day. We celebrated by inviting Frank Oley, Master Mixologist and founder of “The Oley Way.” Frank showcased his extraordinary talents.

  • Car safety the AAA way

    AAA Car Care, Insurance and Travel Centers are a great resource for everything you need to keep your car in proper condition for the road. AAA is hosting a Back-to-School Car Care workshop to teach college students basic car maintenance skills.

  • Give blood and save a life

    It takes less than an hour to save a life, from check in to getting your cookie on the way out, the process of donating blood is quick and easy.

  • Save on school supplies

    RICHMOND, Va. – As the school year approaches, now is the time to start shopping for school supplies. Local Money Expert , Jeremy Shipp was back to share a few tips to help you save money and get the best deals. For more information you can visit and

  • Take a dive to deliciousness

    RICHMOND, Va. – Executive Chef Josh Hale from Red Embers Bar & Grill at Uptown Alley joined us this Spring and served up his sweet and succulent diver scallops with fresh summer succotash. For more information you can visit

  • Update your old shabby windows

    RICHMOND, Va. – Local window experts, Renewal By Andersen, recently conducted a survey with their customers and Owner Page Ewell stopped by to share the results of the survey with us. Page also shared a special offer with Virginia This Morning viewers. For more information you can call 1-800-589-6633 or visit {THIS SEGMENT IS SPONSORED BY RENEWAL BY ANDERSEN}

  • Go ahead and enjoy ‘friends with benefits’ at work

    RICHMOND, Va. – Some managers and employees have different views when it comes to workplace friendships. Studies reveal, professionals who feel they have good friends at work are 1.6 times more likely to be happy in the workplace than those who don’t.  Lindo Gharib, Regional Staffing Manager at Robert Half International shared some insight on the topic. For more information visit online at

  • Here’s ‘The Skinny’ on Evan McKeel

    RICHMOND, Va. – Richmond-based Singer and Songwriter Evan McKeel, AKA “Skinny-e”, made us proud when he became a finalist on Season 9 of hit TV show “The Voice.” We revisited his performance of “Love Again” a single from his album, “Brown Paper Bag” that was released in February. For more information you can visit

  • The Good Feet Store

    RICHMOND, Va. – Bill Bevins caught up with Jonathan Cotten, from The Good Feet Store, along with trainer and former University of Virginia, all ACC basketball standout. Harold Deane was a four-year starter for the Cavaliers from 1994-1997. He helped lead the Cavaliers to three NCAA Tournament appearances during his career and a 73-50 overall record. Deane was also a defensive standout during his career, being named the 1996-97 “Velcro Man” by ESPN commentator Dick Vitale as the top defensive […]

  • Novelist, Erika Raskin talks latest novel “Best Intentions”

    RICHMOND, Va. – Virginia-based author, Erika Raskin shared an preview of her new novel, “Best Intentions” that comes out Tuesday, August 15th.  The main character, Marti, is tired of playing the dutiful stay-at-home mom and jumps at the chance to return to her stalled career as a hospital social worker. Soon after starting, Marti gets caught up in the dark side of the hospital – with its long hours, overworked doctors and entrenched and dangerous politics – and witnesses something […]

  • Time to decompress & de-stress

    RICHMOND, Va. – Stress can find its way into our lives from time to time. Alissa Carpenter, Professional Trainer and Millennial Expert made a stop here in Richmond to share tips on how to effectively manage daily stress. For More information: Tips on Managing Stress: Know the importance of saying “NO” Evaluate Priorities Give yourself permission to not be “OK” Know when it’s time for a break Ask for help even when you don’t want to