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  • Peninsula Dream Center takes action to provide prom dresses for young girls

    Newport News, Va. – Prom season is almost here! Many girls are already out shopping for the “perfect” dress. The Peninsula Dream Center is taking action for teen girls who can’t afford a dress on their own. Last night’s event drew a crowd of nearly 300 young women from around the area. Girls were able to choose a dress, shoes and accessories from wall-to-wall racks and tables. Watch as photojournalist Millie Cup was able to catch up with some of […]

  • Suffolk Fire and Rescue respond to fire at ranch

    Suffolk Fire and Rescue responded to a house fire on Sunday evening in the 3500 block of Matoaka Road in Suffolk. The call came in at 7:39 p.m.

  • Reunion at Sentara Norfolk General Hospital honors burn survivors

    Norfolk, Va. – A reunion was held today at Sentara Norfolk General Hospital for burn survivors. The event serves as a way for burn survivors to honor those who didn’t make it. And a way for survivors to reconnect with hospital employees and a way for employees to see how far the survivors have come. Participants of the event were able to enjoy gospel music, a parade, a meal and a speech by a burn survivor. This is the tenth […]

  • VA National Guard returns to normal routine after assisting with snow response

    Sandston, Va. – The Virginia National Guard wrapped up their snow operations today. More than 125 soldiers and airmen have been working for weeks with law enforcement and emergency response crews in the southwest part of the Commonwealth to deliver food, water, and medicine to citizens who could not get to it because of the winter weather. The soldiers also worked to remove snow and ice from roadways and to rescue people who were stuck in their homes. This is […]

  • Portsmouth recreational basketball team receives opportunity of a lifetime

    Portsmouth, Va – An exciting day for a Portsmouth recreational basketball team. Not only did the Churchland “Knicks” win their conference tournament today but they also left town this afternoon for the ultimate fan experience with the Washington Wizards. The Knicks got to play one quarter on the Verizon Center court before the game. After that, the watched the Wizards take on the Detroit Pistons.

  • Admirals fall to Bruins, again

    Norfolk, Va.- The Norfolk Admirals hosted the Providence Bruins in the second of two games Saturday. After a loss on Friday, they were looking for redemption. After going up 2-1 in the first period, the Admirals weren’t able to hold on to the lead. The Admirals fall to the Bruins, final score 4-3.

  • In-state rivalry, Hoos come out on top

    Charlottesville, Va.- The No. 2 Cavaliers hosted the Hokies Saturday in an in-state showdown. The Hokies came into the game on a six game losing streak and had to contend with a packed Jon Paul Jones arena. The crowd and the Cavs were too much for Tech, they fell 69-57.

  • ODU men’s basketball continues winning with conference win

    Dallas, Tx- The Old Dominion men’s basketball team traveled to Dallas Saturday to take on the North Texas Mean Green in a Conference USA match up. The Monarchs looking to extend their 3 game winning streak and they were able to, ODU wins 70-57. Trey Freeman ended the night with 24 points.

  • Cape Henry Dolphins are state champs

    Fairfax, Va.- The Cape Henry Dolphins were named the Tidewater Conference champions this week and now they can add another title. Saturday the Dolphins took on Paul XI in a rematch thats been a year in the making. Last season the two teams met in this same championship game with Cape Henry ending as runner-up. But this year was different. The Dolphins won in a close one, 54-53. This is their second state title in three years.

  • Nearly 200 people took action for their health with free health screenings in Chesapeake

    Chesapeake, Va – Nearly two hundred people signed up through our taking action helpline for free health screenings today in Chesapeake. Watch as Newschannel 3’s Les Smith shares his story about living a healthier lifestyle after surviving a heart-attack last month.

  • Memorial held in Jacksonville to honor first black marines at Camp Montford Point

    Jacksonville, Nc – Hundreds of people gathered in Jacksonville North Carolina to honor the first black marines in the state. A groundbreaking was held Friday for a monument for the Montford Point Marines. 20 thousand black marine recruits were trained at Camp Montford Point from 1942 to 1949. The camp is now called Camp Johnson. The memorial will be built outside the camp. The project is expected to cost $1.8 million dollars.

  • Over 600 adults received free dental care in Suffolk

    Suffolk, Va – A free dental clinic was held today at Kings Fork Middle School. More than 600 adults received free dental care. They received everything from cleaning and fillings to oral surgery and full denture sets. The clinic was sponsored by the Virginia Dental Association Foundation’s Mission of Mercy. It started 6:30 a.m. and went until about 5p.m. this evening. Mission of Mercy has been providing free dental care to adults in the area since 2000. The Suffolk clinic […]

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