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    Three escaped inmates back in custody in Alabama

    (CNN) — Three inmates who escaped from a rural Alabama jail over the weekend are now all back in custody, authorities said. Armed robbery suspect Justin Terrell Gordon was captured about 100 miles north of the Choctaw County jail on Saturday evening after breaking out along with cellmates Gemayel Culbert and Demarcus Woodward, according to Sheriff Tom Abate. Culbert, who was being held on capital murder charges, was captured Sunday in Sumter County, about 50 miles from the jail. Authorities […]

  • Delegate Jim Morrissey speaks at Richmond church after sentencing

    Richmond, VA. – Virginia Delegate Joe Morrissey was expected to make an announcement this morning at New Kingdom Christian Ministry in Richmond. It was believed that he would announce his resignation from the House of Delegates. Watch as WTVR’s Jake Burns bring you more on today’s event.

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    Drone captures bird’s eye view of holiday lights at Richmond home

    (CNN) – Tired of the same old drive-by christmas light viewings? Try this angle: a bird’s eye view. Daryl Watkins used a drone to show off the holiday display at Al and Esther Thompson’s house in Richmond, Virginia. They’ve been lighting up their home since 1999. This year they used more than 170-thousand lights, nearly 800 homemade decorations, 50 breakers and 100 outlets. It took 537 hours to put it all up.

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    Navy’s Midshipmen beat Army’s Black Knights in 115th football game

    Baltimore, Md. – Military supporters and football fans alike had a reason to celebrate Saturday as the 115th Army-Navy football game took off in the M&T Bank Stadium in Baltimore. The Army Black Knights had high hopes of ending a 12-year losing streak against the Navy Midshipmen. Both teams were tied during the first half, but the Midshipmen went into the second half of the game determined to end their aspirations. The final score: Navy Midshipmen 17 – Army Black […]

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    NEW DETAILS: Nags Head police chief charged with simple assault, placed on leave

    Nags Head, N.C. – Nags Head Police Chief Kevin Brinkley has been placed on paid leave after being charged with simple assault during a domestic incident on Friday. Brinkley and his wife Rochelle were both charged. Deputies say Brinkley and his wife were fighting in their home early Friday morning. A 14-year-old who was home at the time called police. Rochelle told deputies that Kevin tried to choke her. Kevin said Rochelle threw a statue at him. Deputies did not […]

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    Warrant: Surry Co. Commonwealth’s Attorney, charged with DUI, given six field sobriety tests, “failed them completely.”

    James City County, Va. – Police arrested Surry County Commonwealth’s Attorney Gerald Glen Poindexter Saturday, charging him with driving under the influence. James City County Police say they were initially called around 3:40 p.m. for a car accident involving an intoxicated driver. The accident took place at the Jamestown Ferry Dock on the Surry side of the James River Ferry. Investigators report that Poindexter’s car struck a curb while loading onto the ferry.  Employees of the ferry tried to stop […]

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    Missing Ohio State football player found dead

    (CNN) – The rough sports he loved may have helped to do Kosta Karageorge in at age 22. He gained attention as a 6′-5″, 285-lb. Ohio State football defensive tackle, but he was also a wrestler. Police believe he shot himself but are still investigating. Near his body, which was found in a Dumpster, was a handgun. But Karageorge suffered from concussions, his mother said, and they weighed heavily on him in the last text message he sent her from […]

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    Three adults forced to find a place to stay after house fire in Chesapeake

    Chesapeake, Va. – Three adults were displaced Sunday evening after a  fire damaged their home. The incident took place in the 1000 block of Cascade Boulevard at 7:36 p.m. Firefighters arrived to the scene at 7:41 p.m. to find heavy smoke coming from the one-story home. The fire was under control at 7:54 p.m. The cause of the fire is currently under investigation. No injuries were reported and the three adults were able to secure alternate lodging arrangements.

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    Norfolk Police searching for a man who shot at police during traffic stop

    Norfolk, Va. – Around 1:30 p.m., Norfolk Police Department began searching for a man who fired a gun at police officers. The incident began with a traffic stop in the 2600 block of Harrell Avenue. Officers attempted to conduct a traffic stop after noticing a vehicle with an expired inspection sticker. The driver of the vehicle got out and began running. The officers gave chase after him. The suspect then shot at officers as he was running from them. The […]

  • Update: 61 people will be displaced due to Suffolk apartment fire

    UPDATE: Officials have declared that the total number of residents that will be displaced by the apartment fire is 61. They may not be able to return until Dec. 1 as the city needs to re-inspect the property. Three panel boxes need to be replaced.  Suffolk, Va. – Suffolk Fire and Rescue is currently  on the scene of a fire at Suffolk Towers apartment building on the 180 block of North Main Street in downtown Suffolk. The call came in […]

  • Two Hampton Roads communities conduct successful turkey drives

    Hampton Roads, Va. – It’s that time of year again! A time to gather with friends and loved ones to celebrate the things in life you appreciate the most. One way many families around the world carry out this tradition is by sitting around the table with a giant turkey feast. Two turkey drives were held today to provide the items for that joyous occasion: one in Chesapeake and another in Norfolk. For over 22 years, the Rose and Womble […]

  • 16-year-old boy organizes protest against Redskins team

    Sacramento, Ca. – A 16-year-old boy will be conducting a protest tomorrow at Levi’s Stadium in California during the Washington Redskins game against the San Francisco 49ers. His hope is to bring light to the negative stereotypes that the team’s logo reinforces for Native-Americans. Dahkota Brown says that at least five hundred others from across the nation will join him at the event. Watch as NewsChannel 3’s Dominic Brown brings you more on this story.

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