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    UPDATE: Man killed in apparent hit-and-run in Newport News now identified

    UPDATE: Police have now released the name of the person who was killed in a hit-and-run on Tuesday night.  They say the victim is 21-year-old Dwyane Kahlil Ewin. Police are still looking for the suspect vehicle in this case.  They say it was a dark blue or black Chevrolet Sedan or SUV. If you know anything about this, please call the Crime Line at 1-888-LOCK-U-UP.  Newport News, Va. – A man is dead after an apparent hit-and-run at the intersection […]

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    CDC: Health worker with Ebola should not have flown on commercial jet

    The CDC wants to interview all 132 passengers who were on the plane with her.

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    UPDATE: Arrest made in robbery, shooting of NSU student

    Norfolk, Va. – Norfolk Police have arrested a 19-year-old and charged him in the shooting and robbery of a Norfolk State University student. The student was shot early Monday morning near the school’s campus, police tell NewsChannel 3. Police were called to the parking lot of 7-Eleven at Park Avenue and Brambleton Avenue around 3:15 a.m. Units arrived on scene and found the victim, a Norfolk State University student, suffering from a gunshot wound. The victim was transported to Sentara Norfolk General […]

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    Arrest made in parking lot stabbing at Sentara CarePlex in Hampton

    A 24-year-old man has been arrested after an assault and stabbing in the parking lot of Sentara CarePlex in Hampton.

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    Police responding to report of gunshot wound find assault victim

    Virginia Beach, Va. – Police responding to reports of a gunshot wound at Indian Lakes Apartments in Virginia Beach discovered a man who had been assaulted by two people who entered his home. The man was assaulted around 2:10am Friday morning in the 1700 block of Hiawatha Drive, according to police. He was transported to a hospital, where it was discovered he had not been shot – but had been struck in the head by an unknown object. His injuries […]

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    Send your name into space, maybe to Mars

    (CNN) — Maybe you chickened out on the one-way trip to Mars that was being offered. But never fear, there’s still a way for you to make a name for yourself. NASA is inviting the public to send their John and Jane Does to destinations beyond low-Earth orbit, including Mars. Spacey idea, right? Pack lightly, because your name will fly in comfort on a dime-sized microchip aboard an Orion spacecraft that launches on December 4. The test flight will circle […]

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    UPDATE: Homeowner charged with arson after Norfolk home is destroyed by flames

    UPDATE: Police say they have now made an arrest in connection to an early morning fire on Thursday. They 've arrested and charged 40-year-old Christopher Beaucage, who is identified as the homeowner.

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    Fog delays some school openings

    Hertford County Schools and Gates County Schools will operate on a one hour delay Wednesday morning because of fog. Perquimans County Schools will operate on a two hour delay. Complete list of delays

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    Fog delays some school openings

    The following schools are on a one hour delay because of fog this morning: Gates County Schools Hertford County Schools Greensville County Schools Complete list of closings and delays

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    UPDATE: Two charged with murder, armed robbery after 82-year-old man is shot to death in Suffolk

    UPDATE: Police have now made several arrests in a homicide that occurred Monday morning. They’ve arrested and charged Leon Jerome Hayes, 33, and Naomi Nichelle Lambert, 22. Both have been charged with 1st degree murder, conspiracy to commit armed robbery, use of a firearm in the commission of a felony and attempted armed robbery.  Police say thanks to the public, they were able to make these arrests.  Suffolk, Va. – An 82-year-old man was shot to death in Suffolk early Monday […]

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    Jefferson Avenue reopens after early morning crash

    Newport News, Virginia – According to police, a man driving a Honda crashed into the back of a dump truck around 2:00am Thursday, becoming trapped inside his car. The dump truck was preparing to make a U-turn onto southbound Jefferson Avenue when the accident happened. The Newport News fire department utilized heavy duty rescue equipment to extricate the victim from the vehicle. Jefferson Avenue is now open in all directions. The accident is under investigation.

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    Tray Vous recalls snack and activity trays for strollers due to strangulation hazard

    Tray Vous is recalling their snack and activity trays for strollers. The company says the gap between the tray and stroller could allow kids to slip through and become trapped. If you have one of these trays, take it off the stroller immediately and contact the company for a free replacement. Click here for more information on the recall.


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