Richmond Retailers Call for Better Policing to Bring Back Shoppers
Business owners in Richmond say crime is cutting into their bottom line. They're pushing police to step up patrols along the busy 23rd Street corridor so their customers will come back. Christin Ayers reports. (10-11-18)

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