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  • Sections of High Street in Portsmouth to close on Monday

    Portsmouth, Va – The City of Portsmouth announced that all lanes of High Street at Confederate Avenue and Constitution Avenue will be closed on Monday, March 2nd. The closure will be from 9 p.m. until 1 a.m. Those lanes will be closed for four hours in order for Waterfront Marine to move a crane across High Street. The crane is needed for the Martin Luther King Freeway Extension Project. Portsmouth Police Department will be directing traffic from Confederate Avenue and […]

  • Three adults displaced after Norfolk house fire

    Norfolk, Va. – Three adults are currently displaced displaced after a early morning house fire. The fire took place in the 1300 block of Bolton Street in Norfolk. Norfolk firefighters arrived to the scene around 1:46 a.m. Upon arriving on the scene, firefighters reported seeing flames coming from the second and third floor of the home. The fire was under control in less than forty-five minutes. The home received substantial damage. The house next door received minor damages. No one […]

  • Suffolk Police asking public to take action in identifying credit card suspects

    Suffolk, Va. – Suffolk Police are asking the public to take action in identifying two suspects reportedly involved in a credit card fraud incident where the victim’s card information was used at Chartway, located inside the Farm Fresh in the 4000 block of Victory Boulevard in Portsmouth, Virginia on December 31, 2014. Video surveillance captured an image of the suspects whom Suffolk Police are attempting to identify. Anyone with information is asked to contact the Crime Line at 1-888-Lock-U-Up. When […]

  • North Carolina Islamic center holds vigil for three murdered Muslim students

    Raleigh, NC – On Saturday, hundreds of people in Raleigh, North Carolina paid their respects to three Muslim students slain in Chapel Hill. The Islamic Center of Raleigh hosted a public service for Deah Barakat, his wife Yusor Abu-Salha and her sister, Razan Abu-Salha Mohammad. They were all shot and killed by a neighbor Tuesday. The fathers of the victims were both there. A counselor from the Turkey Embassy was sent to Raleigh with a message of condolence. The families […]

  • William and Mary’s home game winning streak snapped by Delaware

    Williamsburg, Va.- The William and Mary men’s basketball team was riding a 14 home game winning streak when they hosted the Delaware Blue Hens Saturday. The Tribe lost to Delaware when they played earlier this season, but were hoping to rebound today. The Blue Hens dominated the first half and led the Tribe by 15 going into halftime. In the second half, William and Mary tied it up numerous times but were never able to take the lead. Delaware snaps […]

  • No. 2 UVA baseball shows they’re ready for this season with sweep of ECU

    Greenville, NC- The No. 2 Virginia baseball team swept East Carolina University in their season opener this weekend. Nathan Kirby, the Cavaliers ace, threw for five strikeouts and just three hits over seven innings. Virginia returns to Charlottesville to take on Virginia Commonwealth University in their home opener Tuesday.

  • High School Swimming wrapping up, 6a South regional championships held at ODU

    Norfolk, Va.- Swimmers from over 20 area schools met at Old Dominion University this weekend for the 6A south regional swimming championships. Both boys and girls competed in events over the two-day tournament. The best times qualified swimmers to compete in the state championships taking place next weekend in Richmond.

  • Woodside High School graduate making waves for William and Mary

    Williamsburg, Va – The William and Mary University swim season is nearing an end, but before they taper down to focus on conferences we spoke with Billy Russell, a Woodside High graduate, who is making waves over in Williamsburg. He broke nine school records at last seasons CAA (Colonial Athletic Association) championships and was the first man in school history to break 45 seconds in the 100 free. This season he leads the CAA in the 50 free, 100¬†free and […]

  • Virginia Beach fire department fights fire at welding business

    Virginia Beach, Va. – The Virginia Beach Fire Department responded to a call Saturday evening of a welding business on fire. The business is located in the 3300 block of Virginia Beach Blvd. near Kroger. The call came in around 7:00 p.m. According to fire officials, a welder’s cloth caught fire and the flames spread quickly, reaching the roof of the building. The welder was able to get of the building and was not injured. No word yet on the […]

  • UPDATE: Assault charge dismissed for Nags Head police chief

    Assault charges filed against the Nags Head Chief of Police and his wife have been dismissed.

  • UPDATE: Two arrested for armed robbery in Suffolk

    UPDATE: Both suspects have been arrested and are in custody, according to Suffolk Police. Suffolk, Va. – Suffolk police are seeking the public’s help in locating two suspects reportedly involved in a strong armed robbery and assault. The incidents occurred at 3:00 a.m. this morning at a party at a home on the 2100 block of Holland Corner Road in Suffolk. The adult male victim was treated at Sentara Obici Hospital for non-life threatening injuries. Police are requesting the public’s […]

  • 7 people being treated at the hospital after a vehicle accident in Norfolk

    Norfolk, Va. – Seven people were taken to the hospital after a car rear-ended an HRT (Hampton Roads Transit) bus. HRT says 6 of those people were on the bus and the other person was driving the car. Police tell us the accident happened on East Princess Anne Road just after 4:30 this afternoon. The cause of the crash is still under investigation. The bus had to be towed from the scene.