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1 hr ago | The Virginian-Pilot
Have you come across a surprise or puzzle in nature? Do you have a tidbit of local lore? Share your stories and sightings with columnist Mary Reid Barrow.
5 hrs ago | Hampton Roads Daily Press
Two men have been arrested by local officials this week in a Virginia Beach sexual assault case that happened close to 28 years ago.
8 hrs ago | WVEC-TV Norfolk
Officials with the Portsmouth Police Department, Portsmouth Sheriff's Office and Portsmouth Fire Department came together Friday to answer the ALS Ice Bucket Challenge callout from Norfolk Police Chief Michael Goldsmith.
11 hrs ago | WVEC-TV Norfolk
PrideFest 2014 is Saturday, August 23, from noon to 7 p.m. PrideFest, now in its 26th year, is the largest annual LGBT festival in Southeastern Virginia.
15 hrs ago | Defense Tech
After patiently sitting in port for months, the specially outfitted U.S. container vessel MV Cape Ray only took weeks to decimate Syria's chemical weapon precursors.
Officials at the Port of Virginia say its 2015 fiscal year is off to a strong start after continued cargo volume growth in July.
A longtime federal program that has transferred military-surplus weapons and battle gear to police departments is under scrutiny after police in Ferguson, Mo., rolled into streets outfitted like soldiers.
Officers are investigating a fatal accident involving a motorcycle and a mini van that occurred at the intersection of Cavalier Boulevard and Roosevelt Boulevard at 6:30 p.m. this evening.
Suicide has been in the news recently after the death of actor Robin Williams. While it's not an easy topic of conversation, some families feel there should be more discussions on the issue.
PORTSMOUTH, Va. Medics took two men to the hospital early Saturday morning after they were stabbed on Virginia Avenue.
From left, Gia Howard, left, Carrion Howard, Sharon Howard and Stuart Howard wait for the door to open outside Life Line Ministries church in Southgate Plaza shopping center in Chesapeake on Wednesday, July 30, 2014.
Marcelles Mathis takes a picture of Nativity Mathis and 1-year-old Cataleya, of Chesapeake, in an oversized chair at the Children's Museum in Portsmouth.
A woman who owns a Virginia Beach wellness center will not be criminally prosecuted for thousands of medical documents she left on a Portsmouth curb.
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Updated: Fri Aug 22, 2014 07:35 pm
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