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Erica Greenway joined the News Channel 3 team in October 2010.

She returns to her hometown of Virginia Beach after spending three years at WVVA in Bluefield, WV. She started at WVVA as anchor and producer for the 10 p.m. newscast on the CW. She later switched to full-time reporting and quickly moved up to weekend anchor and eventually main anchor, anchoring the 5, 6 and 11 p.m. newscasts and serving as host for the station's weekly community events show, In Focus.

Some of the notable stories she covered during her time there include a mining explosion in West Virginia that claimed 29 lives. She was on the scene providing live updates the day after the explosion as rescue workers searched for four missing miners and provided breaking news updates on the anchor desk throughout the week as the search continued. She was also granted a one-on-one interview with Secretary of State Hillary Clinton as she campaigned for president.

Erica earned a Bachelor of Arts Degree from Virginia Tech where she majored in communication and political science. While in college she interned at two TV stations in Virginia. She was also actively involved in the campus TV station, serving as news director and anchor.

As part of a military family, Erica grew up all over, but moved to Virginia Beach in high school where she graduated from Cox High School. She's excited to be back in the Hampton Roads area. In her free time, Erica loves spending time outdoors, especially skiing and going to the beach.

Recent Articles
  • Portsmouth police chief retiring after six years with department

    Portsmouth, Va. – After six and a half years, Portsmouth’s top cop is leaving the department. Chief Ed Hargis is retiring Tuesday, June 30. NewsChannel 3 spoke with him Monday about his time as chief. “It’s been eventful along the way.  There’s always something to deal with here in Portsmouth,” Hargis said. He’s had some tough situations to handle, especially recently. In a time when tensions are already high between police and the community, his department had two separate incidents […]

  • Norfolk hit and run victim has broken spine, cracked rib

    Norfolk, Va. – A week after being hit by a car, the victim is finally being released from the hospital. Her recovery is far from over, though. Wednesday, NewsChannel 3 learned just how severe her injuries are. As a result of the crash she has a broken spine, cracked rib and numerous scrapes. They’re injuries that police say were caused by Clarissa Harris, when she deliberately ran over the victim with her truck. It happened around 10 a.m. on June […]

  • Melissa Ann McCormac

    Virginia Beach police searching for woman wanted for revocation of suspended sentence

    Virginia Beach, Va. – Police are trying to find Melissa Ann McCormac, 28. She’s wanted for felony Revocation of Suspended Sentence and Probation. She was last known to live on Cronin Road in Virginia Beach.  That’s near Loehmann’s Plaza off Virginia Beach Blvd. Detectives have been unable to locate her. If you have any information that could help, call the Crime Line at 1-888-LOCK-U-UP.

  • Body found off Cape Charles confirmed to be missing 15-year-old

    The body of a 15-year-old boy who went missing Sunday night in the water off Cape Charles has been found, according to the Cape Charles Police Chief.

  • Construction at Kempsville Rd. and Princess Anne Rd. intersection wraps up

    A major road project in Virginia Beach is wrapping up after four years of work.

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    Man injured in motorcycle crash in Hampton

    A man was sent to the hospital after a motorcycle crash in Hampton Sunday evening.

  • Two people injured in separate Portsmouth shootings

    Two shootings were reported within about 20 minutes of each in Portsmouth Sunday night.

  • Courtesy of Travis McGee, taken in Hampton

    Downed trees, power lines reported due to severe weather

    Saturday night’s storm caused a bit of damage in Hampton Roads.  NewsChannel 3 has received several reports of trees that fell onto cars and in people’s yards. Take a look at the photo gallery to see some of the pictures we’ve received. If you see any damage, email desk@wtkr.com with a picture and information about where it was taken.  

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    Sweet Briar College to remain open

    Sweet Briar, Va. – Sweet Briar College, located in central Virginia, will remain open, according to a report from CBS affiliate WDBJ. In March, officials at the school announced they would be permanently shutting down in August due to “insurmountable financial challenges.” According to WDBJ, The Board of Directors now says the college’s financial situation has dramatically changed, allowing them to remain open. Click here for the full report.

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    Bayou Boogaloo Festival in full swing at Norfolk’s Town Point Park

    Norfolk, Va. – People in Norfolk are getting a taste of New Orleans this weekend. The 26th annual Bayou Boogaloo Music and Cajun Food Festival is in full swing at Town Point Park. People can sample Cajun food, including crawfish, gumbo and beignets.  There’s also art and jewelry on display and two stages featuring national recording artists. The three day event started Friday and wraps up Sunday at 6 p.m. Click here for more information about hours and tickets.

  • Daniel Nickerson

    Norfolk police searching for man wanted for aggravated sexual battery

    Norfolk, Va. – Police need you to take action against crime.  They’re looking for Daniel Arnold Nickerson, 57. He is wanted for Aggravated Sexual Battery. Police say there is a possibility that he is homeless and living in his car.  It’s a 1994 Ford Aerostar Van with VA tags WUS-3915. He is often in the Ocean View and East Little Creek areas. If you know where he is, call the Crime Line at 1-888-LOCK-U-UP.  You can also submit a tip […]

  • Norfolk mom pleads guilty to infant daughter’s murder

    Norfolk, Va. – A Norfolk mother has pleaded guilty in the death of her infant daughter. Asia Foster entered an Alford Plea in Norfolk Circuit Court Monday on charges of second-degree murder and child abuse/neglect.  That means she is not admitting she killed her daughter, but acknowledges there is likely enough evidence to convict her. Foster’s daughter, Audree, was only a month old when she died. Her cause of death was ruled blunt force head injuries by the Medical Examiner. […]


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