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Just after 5:20 p.m., crews responded to the 4100 block of Newsome Drive, where they found that an electrical panel failure caused a small fire in the wall, according to a news release from Newport News Fire Department Battalion Chief Steve Pincus.
Police spokesman Harold Eley says a 53-year-old woman was driving a Dodge Caravan on Warwick Boulevard around 8:30 p.m. when she came from the far-right lane and attempted to turn left at 64th Street.
If an employee attends a conference, for example, there's a manual that governs what are acceptable expenses to reimburse and what must be paid out of pocket.
John Moses Ragin speaks during his extradition hearing in South Carolina on Sept.
Prime Care Medical Group in Oyster Point, a family practice run by Roger M. Phillips MD, has summarily closed its doors.
Around 7:30 p.m., officers were called to Williamsburg Chrysler in the 3000 block of Richmond Road for a possible burglary, according to Greg Riley with the Williamsburg Police Department.
Newport News Police have connected the same man to two separate sexual assaults in the city and are asking for additional victims to come forward.
A Hampton man has been arrested in connection with two sexual assaults in Newport News earlier this year.
AN EARLY LOOK AT THE WEEK AHEAD: This afternoon, we'll hear more about the Pentagon's Quadrennial Defense Review when Christine Wormuth, nominated to become DoD's next policy chief, speaks at CSIS.
Local public school officials have been expecting the General Assembly to approve an increase in state funding this year, but most said the numbers being discussed in Richmond still fall short of what they need to pay their bills.
The judge overseeing the John Moses Ragin capital murder trial has ruled that jurors in the case will remain anonymous - at least to the public - throughout the five-week trial.
The good news is that most restaurants on the Peninsula pay their taxes. But for those that don't, tax collectors could soon leverage another tool to entice timely payments.
"I can't imagine it would be," said Jim Regimbal, an economist who consults for the Virginia Association of Counties and the Virginia Municipal League and who has been surveying localities during the lead-up to budget season.
Former Del. Phil Hamilton, three years removed from convictions for bribery and extortion, tells the Richmond Times-Dispatch that he "got a bum rap."
VDOT has spent twice its budget, while cities have tallied thousands of hours of snow removal labor and supply costs Peninsula commuters were warned of ice covering the road on the James River Bridge on Wednesday as the region endures another winter storm.
Whether potential jurors had read or watched media reports related to the quadruple homicide case against John Moses Ragin was among the questions that attorneys and a judge asked last week in picking a jury.