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    Staples hack exposes 1.2 million credit cards

    NEW YORK (CNNMoney) — After a two-month wait, Staples on Friday evening announced hackers broke into its computers and stole data on 1.16 million shoppers’ credit cards and debit cards. Staples first announced it was investigating a potential data breach in the Northeast in October. Staples released details of its investigation on Friday, just as the holiday shopping season comes to a close. The breach affects those who shopped at a small fraction of Staples stores between July 20 and […]

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    Woman gets stuck inside Burlington Coat Factory while shopping for deals

    Virginia Beach, Va. – A woman was having so much fun shopping she didn’t realize the store was closing! The woman was shopping at Burlington Coat Factory on Thursday night looking for deals and listening to music. But when she went to check out, she realized the store was closed! It closed at midnight. She called the cops who showed up with the store manager to let her out. She’s not facing any charges.

  • Precious photos returned to family after man finds them at Goodwill

    What started as a holiday present more than 40 years ago was returned home. Ellen Turman’s father gave her a Polaroid camera for Christmas the year before she went to college. “This was always a really special time for dad at Christmas. He always loved taking pictures,” says Turman. That morning, she took photos of her parents –Almeda and Elijah Turman — in front of their tree in Norfolk. “They really were very much in love,” says Turman. Ellen stuck the […]

  • Don’t Waste Your Money: Long-Lasting AA Batteries

    When you’re making up your holiday checklist, there’s one item you don’t want to leave out — batteries. Double-As are the most popular size. Consumer Reports put 15 to the test — both lithium and alkaline. In the lab, batteries are connected to machines, which cycle them on and off, over and over, simulating use in both toys and flashlights. The most expensive alkaline tested — Panasonic Digital Power –– came in last. With the top two performers, you get […]

  • Norfolk students get special Christmas surprise!

    Norfolk, Va. – Little Connor and Hunter Newton received an early Christmas present on Thursday. Chief Warrant Officer Kevin Newton just came home after being stationed in Japan for two years. Today he and his wife Nicole surprised two of their sons at school. “They’re getting bigger every day. You know she sees them every day, and I get to see them only so often…so it’s a surprise,” says Officer Newton. The Newtons have two other sons including a newborn […]

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    Mysterious ice pancakes appear on Scottish river

    LONDON (CNN) — Here’s another Scottish mystery to file alongside the Loch Ness Monster and Mel Gibson’s accent in “Braveheart.” Ice pancakes. These strange frozen saucers were found during a recent cold snap near the River Dee — a salmon-filled waterway that passes by the British Queen’s summer residence, Balmoral Castle, before heading eastwards to the coastal city of Aberdeen. River Dee Trust biologist Jamie Urquhart made the discovery and took the photos at Lummels Pool, Birse — several miles […]

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    Dead woman requests in will for dog to be killed and buried with her or sent to shelter

    Folks all over social media are outraged after learning a Utah woman requested to have her dog put down and buried with her or sent to an animal shelter. According to Fox13Now, Connie Lay died on November 25th and her attorney says in her will, she wanted the dog to be euthanized, cremated and combine the ashes with hers. The will also allows the dog to be sent to an animal society in Utah. The dog is now at a […]

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    Security Officers (Job # 511690)

    Norfolk, Va. – Securitas Security Services USA, Inc. is looking for several workers. If hired, you could make at least $10 an hour. To find out more about this job, please enter the job number on the Virginia Employment Commission’s website here.

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    Man suffers first and second degree burns after kitchen fire in Suffolk

    Suffolk, Va. – A man is recovering tonight after he fell asleep while cooking. Calls came in at 9:12 p.m. about the incident at Suffolk Towers Apartments at 181 North Main Street. Crews arrived at 9:15 p.m. The person inside said he fell asleep while cooking. He was able to put the fire out but was burned in the process. He was taken to the hospital for treatment. The 6th floor and the apartment were ventilated. All other residents were able […]

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    Alcatraz escapees could have lived, study says

    (CNN) — On June 11, 1962, three Alcatraz inmates — John Anglin, Clarence Anglin and Frank Morris — attempted to leave the infamous San Francisco Bay island prison in a bold escape attempt involving dummy heads, chipped-through walls and a raft made of raincoats. They were never seen again. For years, Alcatraz aficionados — not to mention the authorities — have wondered whether the trio could have survived the attempt and made it to freedom. Now a Dutch study has […]

  • Operation Christmas List: Southern Bank on Greenbrier Parkway

    Today NewsChannel 3’s Barbara Ciara was live at Southern Bank on Greenbrier Parkway in Chesapeake. Donations poured in for the final day of Operation Christmas List.

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    Man facing several charges after 500 marijuana plants found inside New Kent County home

    New Kent County, Va. – A 54-year-old New Kent County man is facing several felony charges after officials there searched a home and found marijuana inside. Authorities conducted the search at a home in Lanexa at 9:45 a.m. on Monday. Officials say once inside, they found grow rooms in the home on the basement level. They found about 500 plants as well as hydrophonic grow equipment that included timers, lights, water systems and fertilizer. Danny Ray Norwood was arrested at […]


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