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    Free Enrique Iglesias ‘2008 Greatest Hits’ Album Download

    The Google Play store is offering a FREE download of the album 2008 Greatest Hits by Enrique Iglesias. To take advantage of this deal, click here.

  • People Taking Action: Breast cancer survivor takes action to help others suffering with illness

    Norfolk, Va. – October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month, so we’re shining our light on a breast cancer survivor who we surprised for all she’s doing through her church in Norfolk to take action for other women battling this disease. Marion Norris was completely stunned when we walked into her husband’s church, Friendship Baptist in Norfolk. We explained to her we got an email nominating her for a People Taking Action award. Three years ago, Marion was battling breast cancer and in […]

  • ‘Jane the Virgin’ knocks it out of the park

    (CNN) — Where are two of the fall season’s best new shows? It turns out, they’re on The CW. Between last week’s debut of “The Flash” and Monday’s arrival of “Jane the Virgin,” the younger-skewing network is batting 1.000. Critics have reacted positively to “The Flash,” a spinoff of “Arrow” and an origin story of the lightning fast superhero, as well as to “Jane the Virgin,” an adaptation of a Venezuelan program. “Jane” stars Gina Rodriguez as 23-year-old Jane Villanueva, […]

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    Patient accused of stealing ambulance to escape hospital

    Goodyear, AZ (KPHO) — A patient escaped from an Arizona hospital by hijacking an ambulance parked outside the facility on Sunday, Goodyear police officers said. A firefighter sitting in the back of the vehicle was able to jump out safely, according to Goodyear police spokesman Lisa Kurtis. Michael Lopez, 40, of Avondale, took off from West Valley Hospital at 13677 W McDowell Rd. and failed to pull over. Officers tracked the vehicle to his home, where he was arrested. Lopez […]

  • Virginia Department of Health: Ebola virus not detected in Richmond patient

    The Virginia Department of Health announced Tuesday that Ebola virus was not detected in a patient that had been isolated at VCU Medical Center on Monday.

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    Car crashes into Portsmouth T-Mobile store

    Portsmouth, Va. – Crews are cleaning up after police say a driver accidentally crashed into the front of a T-Mobile store in Portsmouth on Tuesday. Calls came in at 12:15 p.m. Police say this happened at 4032 Victory Blvd. They say a blue Toyota Sedan was pulling into a parking space at Victory Crossing Shopping Center when the driver’s foot slipped off the brake and onto the gas pedal instead. The car went into the front door of the building. They […]

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    UPDATE: Man charged with murder in Newport News homicide investigation

    UPDATE: On Monday night, police say someone shot a 30-year-old man to death. The victim has now been identified as Thunder Cloud Sundeen of the 900 block of Daphia Circle.  Police have also arrested and charged Christopher Griffin, 36, of the first block of Winston Avenue. Police say Sundeen was visiting Griffin and a woman at the time. Police say they had all been drinking.  Police arrested Griffin on Tuesday at 12:39 p.m. He has been charged with murder and […]

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    Puppy Break: Game stops after cute puppy runs onto field

    There are only a few things that can stop a good game, and a cute puppy proved to be one of them during a match between Belgrano and Quilmes. Check out the video to see how the players on the field picked her up and escorted her to the side line.

  • Man killed by vehicle in Portsmouth

    Portsmouth, Va. – A man has died from his injuries at Maryview hospital after being hit by a vehicle in Portsmouth Monday night. The happened in the 2800 block of Airline Blvd. at the intersection of Chowan Drive. Police say the driver stayed on the scene. No charges have been filed at this time.

  • Police on the scene of possible barricaded subject in Portsmouth

    Portsmouth, Va. – Right now police have responded to the 260 block of Choate Street. They believe a person may be barricaded inside. They tell NewsChannel 3 this situation is domestic. Police say someone called dispatchers about shots fired in the area. No further details have been released. Calls came in about the incident at 7:11 p.m. Stay with NewsChannel 3 as we learn more about this situation.

  • Don’t Waste Your Money: The best tasting coffee for your bucks

    Coffee sales are on the rise, with most people buying blended coffees, those that are a combination of two or more varieties of beans. To find the best-tasting brews, Consumer Reports prepared more than a hundred pots of coffee in its labs. Then it brought in a pair of professional “cuppers”—highly trained coffee experts. They blind-tasted 37 kinds of blended coffees. The test included ground, whole-bean, and single-serve coffees. None of the single-serve products got high marks from taste testers. […]

  • SCAM ALERT: Crooks trick parents out of child support payments

    Postal inspectors say Stuart Cole and Mark Simpson were more concerned about money than they were about children. The duo set up various businesses including ‘child support services’ to collect child support payments and keep the money for themselves. “Their business would come up first in Internet search,” says Sheryl Bouer, US Postal Inspector. “The custodial parent might reach out to them thinking they are a government agency, the majority of the time that is what they actually believed.” The […]

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