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Weekly Safety Report: Shooting and Homicide Incidents in Hampton
This week in Hampton, Virginia, there were three incidents of violence. One man was shot on Michigan Drive, but his injuries were not life-threatening. Two men were arrested in connection to a homicide that occurred on County Street in January. Another man was sentenced to 35 years in prison for a shooting in 2020 that killed a woman and injured a man.
Weekly Safety Report: Liquor Store Theft and Drug-Related Charges in Williamsburg
The Williamsburg Police Department is seeking assistance in identifying a suspect involved in a liquor store theft. A Hampton man has been arrested on drug-related charges in Williamsburg.
Hampton Residents Face Less Severe Flooding from Ophelia; More Wind, Rain Expected Today
Tropical Storm Ophelia caused flooding in Hampton's low-lying areas, though the damage was less than expected. Today's forecast suggests more rain, which should decrease after 2 p.m. Stronger winds are anticipated between noon and 4 p.m. High tide at 4 p.m. may lead to additional flooding, but it's not expected to be as severe as the overnight flooding.
Tropical Storm Ophelia Impacts Hampton Roads and Outer Banks; State of Emergency Declared Amid Storm Surge Warning
On the morning of September 23, 2023, Tropical Storm Ophelia significantly impacted the Hampton Roads and Outer Banks regions. Just 70 miles southwest of Ocracoke, Ophelia's center was set to make landfall west of Morehead City. Due to strong winds, a possible life-threatening storm surge, and increased threats near water, an advisory was placed from North of Surf City to Ocracoke inlet. Virginia Governor Glenn Youngkin declared a state of emergency.
Multiple people reported hurt in crash at Hampton Roads Bridge-Tunnel
NORFOLK, Va. (WAVY) — Four people were reported hurt in a multi-vehicle crash early Friday morning on the westbound side of the Hampton Roads Bridge-Tunnel. Norfolk dispatchers say they got the call at 2:34 a.m. and there were four patients reported. WAVY’s working to learn about the extent of...
These Chesapeake, VA based puppies are the latest up for adoption and in need of a good home
Interested in adopting a pet — or just looking at some adorable pets near you up for adoption? There are dozens of endearing pets up for adoption at animal shelters in and around Chesapeake.
VDOT vehicle involved in I-264 crash
Virginia State Police (VSP) are investigating two crashes that happened in Portsmouth.
Local Alert: Hampton Police Seek Public's Help in 7-Eleven Robbery on W. Pembroke Avenue
The Hampton Police Division is asking for the public's help to identify a suspect in a robbery on September 18, 2023. The robbery occurred early in the morning at a 7-Eleven store on the 1700 block of W. Pembroke Avenue. The suspect showed a gun and demanded cash after entering the store.
Weekly Safety Report: Arrest, Vehicle Burglaries, and Court Appearance Impact Chesapeake
This week in Chesapeake, Virginia, several incidents occurred that impacted the safety of the community. These incidents include an arrest made in a 2-year-old homicide case, a string of vehicle burglaries in a military housing community, and a man charged in a police pursuit and double-fatal crash appearing in court.
Hampton University Dual Threat Dan Banister Jr: An Athlete Story
Every athlete has a story. Hear how Dan Banister Jr. returned to his first love as a dual sport athlete at Hampton University. The post Hampton University Dual Threat Dan Banister Jr: An Athlete Story appeared first on HBCU Gameday.
Police searching for suspect who fled on a bicycle in 7-Eleven robbery
HAMPTON, Va. (WAVY) — The Hampton Police Division is seeking assistance in identifying the suspect in connection with a 7-Eleven robbery that occurred on Sept. 18. At around 3:00 a.m., Public Safety Communications received a call in reference to a business robbery at the 7-Eleven convenience store located in the 1700 block of W. Pembroke […]
Postpone traveling and avoid driving if possible, Virginia State Police say amid Tropical Storm Ophelia
NORFOLK, Va. — Virginia State Police (VSP) are urging people in Hampton Roads to postpone traveling and avoid driving, if possible, as Tropical Storm Ophelia moves closer to the coast. Ophelia is brewing off the southeast coast on Friday and will move north into the coastal regions of Virginia...
Norfolk man leaves car after driving through flooded road
NORFOLK, Va. (WAVY) — A Norfolk man abandoned his car in Ghent Saturday morning because of tidal flooding. David Garcia said was driving his black BMW to work around 3 a.m. when he drove through a flooded road. “I thought I was going to make it through, but I...
Weekly Safety Report: Homicide, Shootings, and Mistakes Shake Portsmouth, Virginia
This week in Portsmouth, Virginia, there were several incidents that raised concerns about safety in the community. These incidents included a homicide investigation, a report of shots fired, a woman with ties to Portsmouth being murdered in Texas, a Churchland High School graduate being brutally murdered in Texas, a major criminal case being thrown out due to prosecutors' mistakes, and two shootings within 24 hours. These incidents have prompted calls for change and have left the community in mourning.
Local experts offer advice on avoiding costly storm damage
As people in Hampton Roads prepare for more wet and windy weather to roll in, 10 On Your Side is investigating the best way to prepare your home for potential storm damage.
Severe Weather Expected in Hampton Roads and Northeastern North Carolina This Weekend
Hampton Roads and Northeastern North Carolina are preparing for severe weather that is expected to arrive this weekend, forecasts from WAVY Weather Night Update's Chief Meteorologist indicate.
Hampton Roads Residents Brace for Weekend Storm: Flooding, High Winds, and Rain Expected
A significant storm is forecasted to hit Hampton Roads, which is expected to cause flooding, strong winds, and heavy rainfall. The National Weather Service anticipates that the storm, yet to be named, will start on Friday afternoon and last until Saturday. Continuous flooding for 12-18 hours, even during low tide, is predicted for Hampton. The persistent winds, likely to reach 35 mph with stronger gusts, and the storm surge from the northeast may slow down the receding of waters.
Storm Alert: Closures and Cancellations Impacting Hampton Roads Residents on September 22, 2023
Several facilities and events are closing or being canceled on September 22, 2023, due to an anticipated storm. Public amenities like libraries and community centers plan to close on Saturday and reopen on Sunday. The James T. Wilson fishing pier at Buckroe Beach will also close.
Crews battle fire at vacant home in Portsmouth
PORTSMOUTH, Va. (WAVY) — Portsmouth firefighters battled a fire at a vacant home on Chicago Avenue Friday night. Crews were called to the 2700 block of Chicago Avenue near Watts Avenue and Deep Creek Boulevard around 10:30 p.m. They arrived on the scene to find a one story home...
Chesapeake City Council member not personally liable in public record law violation case, judge rules
CHESAPEAKE — A judge this week ruled that longtime Chesapeake City Councilwoman Debbie Ritter did not willfully and knowingly violate the Freedom of Information Act when she failed to turn over requested documents in a timely manner. Retired Circuit Judge James C. Hawks — who was asked to preside over the case after all Chesapeake’s Circuit Court judges recused themselves — issued his ruling ...