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  • Attorney representing man shot and killed by Norfolk police officer explains $9 million lawsuit

    The family of a mentally ill man, shot and killed by Norfolk Police officer Michael Edington two years ago has filed a $9 million dollars lawsuit against the officer.

  • Sailor found guilty of torturing Pirate the cat to death

    Virginia Beach, Va. – Sailor Cody Gerarden was found guilty of torturing a cat named Pirate to death leading to emotions both inside and outside a Virginia Beach courtroom on Tuesday. “It makes me feel good. We promised we would get him justice, ” said a tearful Joan Terry. She is a volunteer at the Norfolk SPCA where Pirate was adopted. “Pirate didn’t have a voice. No animal has a voice, so we have to speak up for them.” Though silent, Terry […]

  • Virginia Beach bus drivers take action after co-worker loses everything in house fire

    Virginia Beach, Va. – For the last 15 years, Tammy Boyer has been picking up children as a Virginia Beach school bus driver but today her co-workers are picking her up in different way after her home is destroyed in a fire. “It’s sad, everything is gone,” Tammy Boyer exclusively told NewsChannel 3. “I’m trying to survive day by day, trying to get everything organized, but where do you start?” Boyer’s home on Peony Arch in Virginia Beach was destroyed in […]

  • After three suspected meth labs in one week, Newport News firefighters show us the dangers of making meth

    Newport News, Va. – Three suspected meth labs found all in one week, one discovery leading to another. It now has Newport News fire officials reaching out to the public to talk about explosive consequences making meth can bring. “We want our citizens to be safe. We want to bring an end to this in our community,” said Newport News Battalion Chief Stephen Pincus. Chief Pincus held a demonstration on Monday to break down the dangers of making meth. .@NNFire […]

  • Mother continues to fight for answers in daughter’s death

    The mother of a woman shot to death by Virginia Beach Police is holding a demonstration on Friday and Saturday.

  • Bill making its way through General Assembly could change high school education

    Richmond, Va. – A bill aimed to completely restructure high school education in Virginia is making its way through the General Assembly this legislative session thanks to Newport News native, Senator John Miller. “This is an attempt to ensure that folks who aren’t going to go to college have an opportunity to prepare themselves for the workforce of the 21st century,” Miller told NewsChannel 3. The bill would require the Board of Education to change the structure and graduation requirements for […]

  • Mother’s emotional public plea for answers in daughter’s death goes viral: “Oh God, help me!”

    One mother is taking action on her own, making a plea on Facebook hoping to get answers in her daughter, India Kager's death. The 27-year old woman killed by Virginia Beach Police, caught in the cross fires during a shootout of an officer-involved shooting.

  • 911 tape released in deadly hit and run case

    Virginia Beach, Va. – A 911 tape was released Wednesday in the case of a Sarah Flanders, who was found guilty Tuesday of running over and killing her friend, Richard Pentz. The call was made by a Dominion Power worker who found Pentz fighting for his life near Plaza Middle School on September 20th, 2014. That worker found Pentz after he testified in court that Flanders’ herself went up to his crew to tell him “a man had been hit and was bleeding […]

  • Virginia Beach woman convicted running over and killing friend in 2014 hit and run

    A Virginia Beach woman was convicted Tuesday of second degree murder and felony hit and run for the 2014 death of a man who was run over in the parking lot of Plaza Middle School.

  • Viewer asks NewsChannel 3 to take action for flooded cemetery

    Floating flowers, shifted headstones and submerged graves, one Portsmouth woman asked NewsChannel 3 to take action for those buried at Lincoln Memorial Cemetery in Portsmouth.

  • Bill requiring more physical activity in schools moves forward

    For the last six years, Virginia Senator John Miller from Newport News has been taking action to get more physical activity in schools and for the last six years he hasn't gotten any results, that is until yesterday.

  • Vigil scheduled for 9-year-old killed in car crash

    A vigil will held at Moyock Elementary school tonight so family, friends and the small community can remember the life of Lucas Ballard, the 9-year-old boy killed in a car crash in Norfolk earlier this week.

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