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National Guard member sentenced for possessing a firearm while engaging in violent online chats

A former member of the National Guard was sentenced today to four years and 9 months in prison for unlawfully possessing several firearms while using illegal controlled substances.

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Instagram post by Alec Baldwin encourages insurance to cover Virginia teacher’s surgery

Ryan Featherer, Maury High School Orchestral Director, suffered from pain caused by multiple sclerosis.


Virginia man sentenced to 42 months in prison for attempted revenge killing

A Norfolk man was sentenced this week to 42 months in prison for helping his longtime partner flee and avoid apprehension after she attempted to kill a woman in Northeast Washington, D.C.

Norfolk Tides

Offense, bullpen work keys Norfolk Tides in win over Nashville

The Norfolk Tides (27-28) defeated the Nashville Sounds (34-20), 8-3, on Wednesday at First Horizon Park. Gunnar Henderson and Jordan Westburg both excelled in their Triple-A debut.


Late field goal sinks ODU: Florida Atlantic wins, 33-31

Shuler Bentley and Zach Pascal connected for three touchdowns, but Old Dominion fell to Florida Atlantic, 33-31, on a late field goal on Saturday at Foreman Field at S.B. Ballard Stadium.

Norfolk Tides

Dorrian’s walk-off three-run bomb gives Tides 7-4 win

The Norfolk Tides (24-27) earned their second walk-off win of the season, defeating the Jacksonville Jumbo Shrimp (27-24), 7-4, at Harbor Park on Thursday.

Toll Relief benefits to increase for qualified Norfolk, Portsmouth residents

Norfolk and Portsmouth residents are now receiving even more help paying Elizabeth River Tunnels tolls.


McAuliffe announces toll relief program for Norfolk and Portsmouth residents

Norfolk and Portsmouth residents will soon receive help paying tolls through the Elizabeth River Tunnels.

No. 14 Virginia hosts Old Dominion Wednesday

The No. 14 Virginia baseball team entertains Old Dominion at 5 p.m. Wednesday (March 30) at Davenport Field.


VMI drops finale to Monarchs on walk-off, 6-5

A walk-off single by Kurt Sinnen was the difference as the Old Dominion Monarchs defeated the VMI Keydets, 6-5, Wednesday afternoon in Norfolk, Va.


ODU rides big first inning to win over VMI

The Old Dominion Monarchs scored seven runs in the first inning and never trailed, en route to an 8-2 win over the VMI Keydets Tuesday evening in Norfolk, Va.


Movement Mortgage to invest $2 million to relocate operations center

Movement Mortgage will invest $2 million to relocate its operations center from the City of Virginia Beach to the City of Norfolk.


Norfolk Southern investing $8.2 million in corporate headquarters

Norfolk Southern Corporation is investing $8.2 million to expand its corporate headquarters in the City of Norfolk to accommodate 165 new employees.

ADP to invest $32.25 million to establish regional customer service center in Norfolk

ADP will invest $32.25 million to establish a regional customer service center in the City of Norfolk. The project will create about 1,800 new jobs.

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Hillary Clinton to get out the vote in Virginia

Following a decisive victory in South Carolina and with just a day left until Super Tuesday, Hillary Clinton will travel to Virginia on Monday to campaign in Fairfax and Norfolk.


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