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Jury convicts Chesapeake man of auto loan fraud scheme

NORFOLK, Va. – A federal jury convicted a Chesapeake man on May 16 for charges of credit union fraudand aggravated identity theft.

Court records and evidence presented at trial stated that 25-year-old Adante Leshaun Dupree took part in a scheme to defraud Navy Federal Credit Union. 128 more words

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From athlete to educator, P.J. Howard is using dance to teach his math students

CHESAPEAKE, Va. – Becoming a Division 1 athlete is a dream for hundreds of Hampton Roads athletes year in, and year out.

Unfortunately, all of them don’t get that opportunity. 269 more words

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Live camera: A look at the Chesapeake Jubilee


















The Chesapeake Jubilee has come and gone once again. Festivities kicked off Thursday, May 16 and continued through Sunday, May 19 at Chesapeake City Park. 292 more words

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Raccoon found in Chesapeake neighborhood tests positive for rabies

CHESAPEAKE, Va. – A raccoon found in the 4200 block of Gold Crest Drive on May 6 tested positive for rabies, the Chesapeake Health Department announced. 333 more words

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First Warning Traffic - Road closures in Norfolk tonight plus closures coming up this weekend

NORTH LANDING BRIDGE CLOSURE MAY 15-17

North Landing Bridge on Mt. Pleasant Rd. will close to traffic Wednesday, May 15 at 9 a.m., through Friday, May 17 at 2 p.m. 702 more words

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Chesapeake man wanted for FTA on robbery, firearm charges

CHESAPEAKE, Va. – Police in Chesapeake need your help to find a suspect who they say never showed up to court.

Robert Jason Moore is wanted for FTA on charges of robbery, firearm and gang-related offenses. 65 more words

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Family of woman who died in Chesapeake train crash takes action to make railroad crossing safer

CHESAPEAKE, Va. – The railroad crossing off Snowden Street has always been a huge concern for Jeanine Romanczyk and her family, especially to her 28-year-old daughter Taylor. 282 more words

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