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    Police looking for person who shot a 16 year-old girl in Edenton

    Edenton, NC – Police say 16 year-old Iyanna Roulac of Edenton was shot in the abdomen Sunday night. The shooting happened in the area of Dr. Martin Luther King Avenue and Twiddy Avenue in Edenton. Roulac was transported to he hospital where she is stable. Her family says she is expected to be okay. Police say there was a large crowd at the scene and are asking any witnesses to come forward with information. Anyone with information is urged to […]

  • Crews battle two alarm fire at Happy Boxes Self Storage

    Chesapeake fire units were called to a two alarm fire at Happy Boxes Self Storage on Gum Road in the Western Branch section of Chesapeake around 4:30 a.m. this morning.

  • Violent crash sends cars into home, tree in Virginia Beach

    Virginia Beach, Va. – An overnight crash left one car smashed into the front of a Virginia Beach home, and another embedded in a tree. Police say a man was driving at least 65 mph on in the 2600 block of Bernadotte Street when he lost control and hit a parked car. The impact sent the parked car crashing into a home and the man’s car struck a tree in the front yard. The accident happened around 2:30am. The driver, Charles […]

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    Police identify driver who was killed after hitting tree on East Ocean View Avenue

    Norfolk Police are investigating a fatal car accident on East Ocean View Avenue near Chesapeake Boulevard.

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    Hampton Police arrest wanted suspect after manhunt

    After dodging police for nearly two days and leading them on a 10 hour manhunt on Thursday, Hampton Police arrested 24-year-old Benjamin Tyler Powell early Friday at a Days Inn on Coliseum Drive.

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    UPDATE: Power restored after transformer fire near Newtown Road

    UPDATE: Power has been restored to all customers, including Newtown Elementary School and Bettie F. Williams Elementary, as of 9:26 a.m. Virginia Beach, Virginia – A transformer fire was the cause of a power outage in Virginia Beach Tuesday morning. Over 5,000 people in the area of Newtown Road and Woburn Lane, including Bettie F. Williams Elementary and Newtown Road Elementary lost power around 4:00am. Most had power restored in about 30 minutes. Newtown Road is blocked in the 800 block.

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    UPDATE: Woman rescued after jumping from HRBT bridge

    A woman jumped over the HRBT bridge into the water around 11:10 p.m. Sunday night, according to State Police. She was rescued shortly after midnight. The 58-year-old woman was rescued by the Coast Guard from the Elizabeth River near the Hampton Roads Bridge Tunnel. Virginia State Police say drivers stopped when they saw the woman standing near the jersey wall. Witnesses called police when they saw the woman jump into the water. A state police trooper was able to spot […]

  • UPDATE: Search suspended for man who crashed SUV, jumped from High Rise Bridge

    Chesapeake, Va. – Virginia State Police has suspended the search for the man who they say crashed his SUV on the High Rise Bridge, then fled the scene leaving his passenger behind. According to police, around 2:15am Friday, units responded to the single vehicle accident on I-64 at the High Rise Bridge. Police say a 1996 Chevy Blazer was traveling eastbound when the driver lost control and overturned. Police say the suspect was spotted exiting the vehicle through the driver side […]

  • Victim of Monday morning house fire in Suffolk identified

    One person was found dead in a house fire in the 4600 block of Hardy Drive Monday morning.

  • Newport News teen shot walking home from track practice

    A 17-year-old boy is now in the hospital fighting for his life after he was shot walking home...

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    Virginia Beach police investigate two homicides in neighborhood, hours apart

    Police are investigating two homicides in the Lake Edward neighborhood in Virginia Beach over the weekend that happened just hours apart.

  • Military housing fire displaces 12

    Norfolk, Virginia – Twelve people have been displaced after an early morning, two-alarm fire in the Whitehurst Farm neighborhood. Norfolk Fire and Rescue responded to the 8300 block of Guam Parkway shortly before 5:00am Saturday. Heavy fire was coming from the roof of the apartment when units arrived. Working smoke detectors were in place but did not alert residents. No one was hurt. The cause of the fire is under investigation.


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