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Virginia Beach is the most populated city in the state of Virginia and the 42nd largest city in the U.S. This resort city boasts miles of beautiful beaches as well as hundreds of hotels, motels and restaurants. The city is the annual home of the East Coast Surfing Championships as well as the North American Sand Soccer Championship. Virginia Beach is also home to several state parks and three military bases.

Population: 433575
Local Newspapers: Virginian-Pilot Port Folio Weekly New Journal and Guide
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Local Colleges: Regent University Atlantic University

Zip Codes associated with virginia beach, virginia: 23451 23455 23462 23464 23451 23452 23454 23455 23456 23457 23462 23464
Towns/Cities near virginia beach, virginia : Landstown Kings Grant Lynnwood Chesapeake Norfolk Portsmouth

Virginia Beach News
Travis Walla s Shaping Sound Dance Company brings tragic love story to L.A.

Contemporary dance company Shaping Sound is exploring that question in its newest show, "After the Curtain," an "eclectic mash-up" of art forms. "It has the drama of an opera, the story line of a ballet and the visual magic of Cirque du Soleil," says Travis Wall, the 29-year-old "So You Think You Can Dance" 2015 Emmy Award-winning choreographer and artistic director of the Shaping Sound Dance Company .

Renovate, rebuild or relocate: Virginia Beach seeks public input on City Hall

Officials say the building, which was built in the late 1960s, has a number of issues that need to be repaired. "The electrical, heating and ventilation, HVAC systems are worn out and unreliable.

Katherine the great white shark spotted off Virginia coast

The Virginian-Pilot reports that the 14-foot, 2,300-pound shark sent a satellite ping on Sunday afternoon alerting scientists that she is in the area. She last came to the surface about 80 miles off Virginia Beach several weeks ago.

PHOTOS: Once nearly extinct, ospreys rally in Chesapeake Bay

A juvenile osprey looks at surveyors as the prepare to capture him during a tagging and survey operation of the Virginia Aquarium & Marine Science Center on the Lynnhaven River in Virginia Beach, Va., on Friday, June 9, 2017. The Lynnhaven is part of the Chesapeake Bay watershed, which has the largest concentration of ospreys in the world.

PHOTOS: Once nearly extinct, ospreys rally in Chesapeake Bay

Along the Lynnhaven River in Virginia Beach, ospreys build nests with just about anything: tree branches, stuffed animals, flip flops - even an opossum skull. The abundance of nests is proof of the bird's surging population in recent decades after the insecticide DDT nearly wiped them out last century.

Two additional Hampton Roads businesses to be featured on 'Diners, Drive-Ins and Dives'

NORFOLK, Va. - Guy Fieri is showing two more local businesses some love on his hit Food Network show "Diners, Drive-Ins and Dives."

Ken Davis v. Robert McCabe Major Spruill MRS McDonald MRS Jackson...

KEN C. DAVIS, Plaintiff - Appellant, v. ROBERT MCCABE; MAJOR SPRUILL; MRS. MCDONALD; MRS.

Person shot on Antioch Street in Virginia Beach

Rookie William Byron grabbed the lead with just over 20 laps and won the NASCAR Xfinity race at Iowa Speedway on Saturda The victim's injuries are non-life threatening, according to dispatch.

Car runs from police and crashes into Virginia Beach home

Rookie William Byron grabbed the lead with just over 20 laps and won the NASCAR Xfinity race at Iowa Speedway on Saturda VIRGINIA BEACH, Va. - Emergency crews responded to an accident after a car ran into a house in the 4900 block of Rachel Street, Saturday evening.

Armani Chatman caps off big week with commitment to Virginia Tech

It was a week of life changes for former Bayside Marlin Armani Chatman. Earlier in the week, Chatman announced on his twitter that he would be trasnferring to Virginia Beach powerhouse Bishop Sullivan for his senior year.

8News takes home 3 VAB Awards

8News took home the awards for Outstanding Feature Reporting for the "Baby Buns" series, Best Documentary or Public Affairs Program for our "Fighting the Fix" series, and Best Human Interest Series for "Faces of Recovery." 8News Investigative Reporter Kerri O'Brien, Photographer Forrest Shelor, Producer Katie Shelor and Anchor Amy Lacey worked on the "Fighting the Fix" series.

Virginia Beach lists problems with City Hall

The Virginian-Pilot reports that city officials released a video Friday listing issues that need fixing at the current building. The current City Hall was built in 1969.

Developers discuss plans to revitalize downtown Hampton

In their presentation, development firm WVS and Virginia Beach-based Saunders + Crause Architects focused on the demographics in the area, which are largely baby boomers and millennials. Developers discussed ideas that would attract and keep those groups in Hampton and ways to better use the city's waterfront.

Technology gives boost to infant death cold case in Virginia

The baby girl was found dead inside a bag at the Lilian Vernon Warehouse in Virginia Beach in 1996 and has never been identified. Local news media outlets report that the baby's body was wrapped in a red polo shirt in a bag hanging in a women's locker room.

Confederate monuments: Another city chooses words over wrecking balls

The young African-American mayor of the onetime capital of the Confederacy vowed Thursday to confront his city's towering tributes to Southern Civil War figures with words instead of wrecking balls. Mayor Levar Stoney said he would not seek to remove the monuments lining the city's most famous boulevard.

PGA pro Dean Hurst passes away after battle with cancer

Dean Hurst, the longtime pro at the Bayville Country Club in Virginia Beach, passed away Wednesday night after a battle with cancer. Hurst is a former PGA Professional of the Year and was among the most respected PGA pros in the state.

Navy disciplining 9 sailors for 94,000 gallon jet fuel spill

Rear Adm. Jack Scorby, left, commander of the Navy Mid-Atlantic Region, and Capt.

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