About Miss Community Clovia

Clovia Lawrence is a seasoned broadcast journalist who is best known in the Richmond Metropolitan area as \"Miss Community\" or \"Community Clovia.\" With more than 20 years experience, her real passion is in tackling tough topics and issues that affect the lives of people from every walk of life. Ms. Lawrence is the product of the Richmond Public School system and a graduate of Virginia Union University. Covering the Central Virginia market, she has a proven track record as a news reporter, announcer, and community affairs director working at more than a dozen radio stations in virtually every format.

  Malcolm Little was born on May 19, 1925 in Omaha, Nebraska, the fourth of eight children born to Louise and Earl Little.  Malcolm is known as El-Hajj Malik El-Shabazz which is Arabic.  Malcolm’s father was killed by white supremists. When he was 13, his mother was placed in a mental institution while he was […]

On Monday, November 25, 2013 was the day that changed Richmond radio forever. This was the day that Radio One Richmond learned of the passing of our own legend, icon, voice master, friend, big brother and colleague. James David “Mitch Malone” Mitchell died at the age of 57 from natural causes. He leaves to cherish […]

If heading  west of Richmond today your commute will be wet and white.  A winter weather advisory is in effect for the southern and eastern portions of the state. Up to 2-4 inches of snow accumulations are expected for Goochland, Fluvanna, and Louisa counties. Winter weather is also forecasted for western Hanover and parts of Caroline […]

A new report shows school segregation still exists in the Richmond area. This week the Civil Rights Project at UCLA released a report, “Miles to Go: A Report on School Segregation in Virginia, 1989-2010.” A professor from VCU who helped co-produce the report reveals that one in every three black students in the Richmond-Petersburg region goes to a […]

The winter storm on Wednesday dumped several  inches of snow across the Commonwealth of Virginia leaving thousands without power. The storm has passed leaving black ice on roads, bridges and overpasses. Be careful on your commute this morning. Here is the latest on closings and delays for Thursday, March 7 at CBS-6. And today’s weather… […]

In the midst of winter storm, how do you prepare? Here are some tips for drivers, homes and electricity! Make sure you give yourself some time and have everything you need for this winter storm. CHECK OUT THE VIDEOS BELOW FOR MORE TIPS! [youtube http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PN4qZc20Eos%5D For all the drivers! Please make sure that you are very […]

  Governor Bob McDonnell has declared a state of emergency for Virginia which authorizes state agencies to respond to the impact of the winter snowstorm conditions across the Commonwealth. Here is an excerpt from Governor McDonnell’s declaration: Over 12 inches of snow already has been reported in several locations along the northern Interstate 81 corridor. […]

A Winter Snow Warning is in effect for the Northern, Southwestern  and Central portions of Virginia. This winter storm is suppose to impact  the Commonwealth starting today until tomorrow night. Stay tuned for more updates …. Here are the latest closings and delays from CBS-6  for Wednesday, March 06, 2013.

Born in Richmond VA, Henry L. Marsh, III 1933, attended racially segregated schools as a child. He walked five miles each day to attend a one-room school near Smithfield while white student road past him on a school bus to a modern school building that had teachers for each class room. He graduated with honors […]

ALERT: A wintery mix advisory is in effect for the Southern portion of Virginia. Snow is possible for Charlottesville and surrounding localities. Drive with extreme caution on bridges, overpasses and ramps as they tend to freeze first. From VDOT: COLONIAL HEIGHTS – Wintery precipitation combined with air and pavement temperatures around freezing tomorrow morning could result in icy […]

Sequestration will impact Virginia the most because of our defense and federal employees working and living in Northern Virginia. From Kevin Hall, United States Senate: WASHINGTON – U.S. Sen. Mark R. Warner (D-VA) today highlighted a new economic analysis revealing that Virginia would be hurt more than almost any other state from the sweeping automatic […]

This is a great day be alive, what are you willing to give up to help or save someone else? What are you willing to do for others that may inconvience you?  Welcome to the Lent. What is Lent? It’s a season when Christians prepare for Easter by observing a time of cleansing, consecration, repentance […]