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  • Cousin hopes killer comes forward after 13-year-old girl is gunned down at birthday party

    Newport News, Va. – Ten months after 13-year-old Jada Richardson was shot and killed at a birthday party, police still have no leads. Today, the girl’s cousin is making a public plea for her killer to come forward. “She was really goofy,” said 20-year-old Kahdijah Sedgwick. “Anyone who knew Jada knows just being in her presence would brighten up your day.” Richardson was shot and killed outside of a birthday party on 25th Street in Newport News last April. “We’ve been […]

  • 7-year old critically injured in Norfolk crash shows major improvements

    A 7-year-old boy who was critically injured in a car accident in Norfolk on Monday has made a few major improvements over the past 24 hours, his family tells NewsChannel 3.

  • 9-year-old dies in Norfolk vehicle crash; 7-year-old in critical condition

    A 9-year-old boy has died after he was ejected from a van during a two-vehicle crash on Monday. A 7-year-old boy, who was also ejected from the vehicle, is in the hospital with serious injuries.

  • Watch Your Words: Should you talk to police?

    Making A Murderer is the addicting, 10-hour true-crime documentary that has millions of people asking lots of questions. Some of those questions revolve around what you should and shouldn’t say to police.

  • WATCH YOUR WORDS: Should you talk to police?

    Making a Murderer is the addicting, 10-hour true-crime documentary that has millions of people asking millions of questions. They're all questions putting a spotlight on

  • New details discovered in Chesapeake massage parlor busts

    New details have emerged in the six Chesapeake massage parlor busts.

  • Memorial service held for Norfolk K9 Officer killed in the line of duty

    Norfolk Police will hold a private memorial service for K9 Officer Krijger today at 2p.m. That private memorial service will be for the law enforcement community only and will be held at the Norfolk Police K9 Range.

  • Four charged after police raid suspected meth lab in Norfolk

    Norfolk, VA – Four people are facing drug charges after police found materials consistent with manufacturing methamphetamines while serving a search warrant Thursday night. Shortly before 9 p.m. Vice and Narcotics Detectives found meth materials inside a home in the 1300 block of Templar Blvd while serving a Maintaining a Nuisance Drug House warrant. Norfolk Fire Marshal’s Office, Virginia State Police, and the DEA all responded to the home to assist in the investigation. Detectives have charged 49-year-old Richard Billups, […]

  • Norfolk Police Department will hold private memorial service for K-9 killed in the line of duty

    Officers with Norfolk Police Department's K9 unit walked into work on Tuesday missing one of their own after K9 Krijger was killed in the line of duty early Monday morning.

  • Thousands expected at this weekend’s gun show at the Norfolk Scope

    Norfolk, Va. – Up to 4,000 people are expected to come out to the Norfolk Scope this weekend for the Showmasters Gun Show. It’s the first gun show happening in Virginia after President Barack Obama’s announcement he’s using his executive powers to make gun laws stricter. RELATED: Obama: U.S. needs ‘sense of urgency’ to fight gun violence An announcement Showmaster’s president Annette Elliot believes will boost attendance this weekend. “It will probably be at least a 40% increase,” Elliot said. “Because people […]

  • Macy’s to close three stores in Hampton Roads

    Macy’s announced on Wednesday that the company will close three stores in Hampton Roads which employ 273 people. The stores are among 40 that will be shut down across the country. The stores are: Chesapeake Square Mall – 69 employees Peninsula Town Center – 109 employees Military Circle Mall – 95 employees Macy’s announced plans in September to close 40 of its stores in 2016.  Associates displaced by the store closings may be offered positions in nearby stores where possible, a release […]

  • Mom found not guilty of trying to kill her kids by reason of insanity will stay in state hospital

    Virginia Beach, Va. – The mother formerly accused of poisoning her kids and found not guilty of attempted murder by reason of insanity, Lorita Aiken, learned Wednesday she will stay in a state hospital. Virginia Beach Judge Les Lilley ruled Aiken will remain committed to the Virginia Department of Behavioral Health and Developmental Services after a review hearing Wednesday. She was found not guilty by reason of insanity back in June. In 2013, police say she tried killing herself and […]

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