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Marissa Jasek joined the News Channel 3 team in December 2012.

She made her journey up to Hampton Roads from Wilmington, NC where she worked as the lead reporter for WWAY’s 11 p.m. newscast. Marissa would frequently fill-in anchor for Good Morning Carolina and WWAY’s Sunday evening newscast.

Marissa was born and raised in the Lone Star State and graduated from Texas A&M in 2010 with a B.A. in Communication. During her time as a Fightin’ Texas Aggie, Marissa spent her first four years in the pool, competing for the Texas A&M Women’s Swimming team. She was a four-time All-American swimmer and qualified for the 2008 Olympic Trials.

While in her senior year, Marissa had her first taste of broadcast journalism when asked to host a Fox Sports segment entitled: Big 12 Showcase Women’s Sports Special.

Marissa is excited to discover all that Hampton Roads has to offer and is always on the lookout for any interesting story ideas!

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    Chesapeake park ranger caught on camera pointing pistol at couple leaving park past closing time

    Chesapeake, Va. – A Chesapeake park ranger was caught on camera pointing his pistol at a couple. It was a confrontation that started because the couple left a city park after closing time. “I was hoping he wasn’t going to shoot at us,” says Dylan Newton, who recorded a 7-minute video of the ranger. “With all the things going on in the media with cops using excessive force and all these videos coming out like that’s the only thing running […]

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    Norfolk Marine takes action, chases thief he caught breaking into car

    “My husband was actually in flip-flops and I thought that was pretty funny because he was in flip-flops chasing this kid down the street and caught him,” Danielle says.

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    Franklin man takes action to identify long lost lodge brothers

    Franklin, Va. – Hidden for centuries. Portraits of men, members of the Franklin Masonic Lodge were stashed in the attic. The photos were recently uncovered and now one man is taking action to find out who they were. “This is where they came out of, up here,” says Kevin Insull, a former master of the Franklin Lodge No. 151.” He says the five pictures date back to the 1800’s. He believes they too were former lodge masters. “We need to […]

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    Gloucester, Norfolk start clean up process after flooding

    The sun shining, combined with dry roads and yards, have made a perfect combination to start the clean up process after major flooding throughout the Tidewater region.

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    Wesley Hadsell pleads not guilty to federal weapons charge

    Wesley Hadsell pleaded not guilty to a federal weapons charge in court on Wednesday.

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    Neal Shytles’ new lease on life after weight loss surgery

    Neal Shytles, the homeless man in Norfolk who touched the hearts of viewers all over the world, now has a new lease on life. He's still homeless, but now he's recovering from weight loss surgery.

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    Norfolk teen: ‘Hadsell terrorized my family’

    Norfolk, Va. – It’s been more than five months since Anjelica “AJ” Hadsell disappeared from her Norfolk home, and more than four months since her body was found in Southampton County. She died of heroin poisoning. No one has been arrested for her death, but we now know it wasn’t just her adoptive father who was questioned by police. For the first time we’re hearing from a man who says he was interrogated for hours and asked repeatedly if he […]

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    Man arrested for allegedly assaulting two Hampton Police officers

    Hampton Police say they have a person in custody for allegedly assaulting two officers on Thursday afternoon.

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    McCollum: “I thought I was still in the Army Reserve”

    For the past 14 years, Gary McCollum, the Virginia Beach Democratic candidate for state senate, thought he was serving in the inactive Army Reserve.

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    Wesley Hadsell indicted on possession of ammunition charges

    Update: Hadsell has been indicted by a grand jury today on charges of felon in possession of ammunition.  Norfolk, Va. – On Monday, Wesley Hadsell was denied bond.  He has been behind bars for more than five months now. As part of the hearing, prosecutors referenced a letter they say Hadsell wrote to his mom in an effort to keep him in jail. “Wish I had bond, I’d go away for sure,” the letter reads. “I could live elsewhere and never have […]

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    Virginia Beach officers will not face criminal charges after use of force video

    Virginia Beach Police Chief Jim Cervera spoke Monday on the investigation into the "Use of Force" incident that occurred during the arrest of a 17-year-old during a traffic stop back in January.

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    Norfolk city worker charged with rape, abduction

    Norfolk, Va. – A Norfolk city employee is facing several charges after a woman told police he sexually assaulted her several times. Police have arrested Andrew Prause, who is listed in documents as a Norfolk City Employee who has worked for the Parks and Urban Forestry department for the last seven years. On September 5th at 7 p.m., a 40-year-old woman filed a report saying that Prause, 45, sexually assaulted her between August 1, 2015 and September 5th in the 5900 […]


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