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Local blind man, teen with autism team up for marathon dream

HAMPTON ROADS, Va. – Ashton McCormick and Michael Davis are one step closer to their dream of running in the Boston Marathon.

Davis, of Suffolk, is legally blind and McCormick, a senior at Western Branch High School in Chesapeake, has autism. 333 more words


Chesapeake Animal Services starts new campaign to find foster families for kittens

CHESAPEAKE, Va. – Kitten season is starting early this year.

Chesapeake Animal Services received 12 kittens just last week.

To make sure those kittens and others receive the care they need, the staff needs some help from the community. 106 more words


Don't call it a Dynasty

I am convinced that there is a curse in the lacrosse world.  A curse that brings down great programs from National Champ status to sudden pretenders.  420 more words

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Sneak Peek inside the St. Jude Dream Home

CHESAPEAKE, Va. – News 3 got a sneak peek into the St. Jude dream home on Thursday.

Kirbor Homes broke ground on the 3600 square foot home in 2016… 193 more words


Chesapeake mayor to run for Circuit Court Clerk

CHESAPEAKE, Va. – Mayor Alan Krasnoff said Thursday that he will run for Chesapeake Circuit Court Clerk.

Mayor Krasnoff was elected in May, 2008 and served on City Council before that when he was elected in May, 1990. 101 more words


Federal judge: Dominion's coal ash in Chesapeake violates Clean Water Act

CHESAPEAKE, Va. (WAVY) — A federal judge ruled Thursday that Dominion Virginia Power has violated the Clean Water Act by letting more than 3 million tons of coal ash piled along the Elizabeth River. 411 more words


Only on 3: Solitary confinement for Chesapeake security guard charged with murder

PORTSMOUTH. Va. – Jonathan Cromwell turned himself in on February 16 after Chesapeake Police charged him with murder.

Since that day, he has remained behind bars. 396 more words