It’s been four months since 6-year-old Kingston Campbell was murdered inside his home and police tell us they are still looking into the case.
The Lynchburg nonprofit group, Peacemakers, has shared new surveillance video they say is from the night 6-year-old Kingston Campbell was killed.
A Lynchburg family is looking for justice, seeking answers after police say a six year old, Kingston Campbell, was innocently killed while playing video games.
Reducing gun violence – it’s a national issue that each city and county is tackling in very different ways.
It’s been two months since 6-year-old Kingston Campbell was shot and killed in Lynchburg, but no one has come forward.
Officials hope the Kingston Reward Fund will encourage someone, who knows something about Kingston's death, to come forward.
Community leaders in Lynchburg are teaming up to offer a reward for any information that could lead to the arrest and conviction of those responsible for the death of 6-year-old Kinston Campbell.
Ahead of what would have been Kingston Campbell's 7th birthday, the community is launching a new incentive for information.
In the face of grief, the Lynchburg community is rallying together to fight gun violence.
The Lynchburg Peacemakers are stepping in to help reduce crime and help residents feel safe again after 6-year-old Kingston Campbell was shot and killed while playing video games on his bed.
New court documents were found in the murder investigation of 6 year old Kingston Campbell.
Anyone with information that can lead to an arrest in Kingston Campbell’s case may now get a reward.
City leaders are looking at imposing a curfew, after 6-year-old Kingston Campbell’s death from gunfire.
Proceeds of the event went to Kingston Campbell's family as they deal with the tragic loss of their son.
Hundreds of people gathered for 6-year-old Kingston Campbell’s Celebration of Life Tuesday afternoon.
This is live coverage of a Celebration of Life for Kingston Campbell, a 6-year-old boy who was tragically shot and killed in Lynchburg last week.
On Tuesday, there will be a Celebration of Life service for Kingston Campbell, a 6-year-old boy who was tragically shot and killed in Lynchburg last week.
Lynchburg court records reveal a gun was found shortly after a 6-year-old was shot to death Monday night.
The community is remembering Kingston Campbell, a life taken away too soon.
A vigil will be held in Kingston Campbell’s honor on Wednesday night at 6 p.m. at Greater Peaceful Baptist Church in Lynchburg. The boy was shot in the head while playing a video game on his bed, according to the Lynchburg Police Department.