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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.
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Local Colleges: Regent University Atlantic University
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A transgender sailor was ready to die for America; Then President Trump tweeted
In slow motion, Petty Officer 2nd Class Taryn McLean pulled his Navy uniform blouse over his T-shirt and pressed gingerly at his still-sore belly. He loosened his belt a notch, pulled his cap from a hook in the foyer of his Portsmouth bungalow and headed out the front door into a blizzard.10 children in Virginia Beach have been charged with making school threats since Florida shooting
Virginia Beach Police Chief Jim Cervera speaks during a press conference about school safety at the city's council chambers Friday, Feb. 23, 2018. Commonwealth's Attorney Colin Stolle, left, also answered media questions.A little bit of paradise in Virginia Beach saved for park, walking trails and kayaks
Marjorie Mayfield Jackson is executive director of the Elizabeth River Project, a nonprofit affiliate of the Living River Restoration Trust. The ERP staff provides expertise to the trust.Part of landmark Willis Furniture building will be demolished for an Aldi in Virginia Beach
Tearing down a portion of the landmark building "made the most business sense," said Willis Furniture President Ben Willis III. After demolition of the west side of the building, and Aldi grocery store will be built.Republican donor from Virginia Beach sues GOP, accusing the party of...
Bob Heghmann, a retired attorney in Virginia Beach is so incensed Republicans couldn't repeal the Affordable Care Act that he's suing the GOP for fraud and racketeering. He was photographed on Tuesday, August 1, 2017.Shave Your Head for a Cause
VIRGINIA BEACH, Va. - On Saturday, Feb. 24 over 200 individuals will be voluntarily shaving their heads to raise money for childhood cancer research.A look at the first Hempcrete home in Virginia Beach
Many know hemp is the plant to make marijuana, but one man is using it as material to build his house in the form of "Hempcrete." Hempcrete is a material similar to concrete that is used for building homes, but instead, the walls are made with hemp.Virginia Beach officials remind residents about jury duty scam
The Virginia Beach Sheriff's Office wants to remind residents about a jury duty scam that has been happening in the city. According to VBSO, the scam has been going on for more than two years and has been implemented in several forms.Vehicle runs into house in Virginia Beach
Elizabeth City State University has exciting programs for those interested in aviation, and exciting news for those interested in saving mon Several events are planned for fans of prose in every form! Megan Mulvey from the Suffolk Public Library tells us what you should be sure to VIRGINIA BEACH, Va. - A vehicle ran into the side of a Virginia Beach home Thursday afternoon, causing minor damage and injuries.York-Poquoson deputies release information on vehicle larceny suspect
The York-Poquoson Sheriff's Office released photos of a suspect that they believe allegedly stole property and caused damaged to two victims cars. Deputies with the department responded to the 300 block of Village Ave. on February 1, after a report of vehicle larcenies in the area.Over $1.5 million in GO Virginia grants will fund four Hampton Roads projects
Battalion Chief Brian Sullivan demonstrates the use of one of Virginia Beach Fire Department's new drones at Station 19 on Thursday, Feb. 8, 2018. Battalion Chief Brian Sullivan demonstrates the use of one of Virginia Beach Fire Department's new drones at Station 19 on Thursday, Feb. 8, 2018.Activists Oppose Drilling Off Virginia's Coast
About 75 people, including activists and lawmakers, rallied Wednesday against the Trump administration's plan to allow drilling off Virginia's coast, saying it would endanger the environment, the economy and military readiness. The group held a press conference before the U.S. Bureau of Ocean Energy Management's public hearing in Richmond on the issue.Behind the scenes of Kurt's colonoscopy
It's the second leading cause of cancer deaths in the United States. We are talking about colorectal cancer.Foes blast Trump on offshore drilling; industry pushes back
Environmental activists, business groups and a retired U.S. Navy admiral in Virginia blasted the Trump Administration's offshore drilling plan Wednesday, claiming that it would interfere with military training near the world's largest Navy base and imperil the coast's tourism and fishing industries. The group converged near a hotel conference room in Richmond, the Virginia capital, where the administration sought public comment on its plan to expand oil and gas drilling on both of the nation's coasts.7 pets, 1 dead cat seized from 'filthy' Virginia Beach apartment
Four 'large breed' dogs and three cats, one which was deceased, were seized from a 'filthy' apartment unit while the owner was in the hospital. This is all according to a search warrant officers executed February 11th off of Queens Way at the Emerald Point Apartments.Foes blast Trump on offshore drilling; industry pushes back Source: AP
Environmental activists, business groups and a retired U.S. Navy admiral in Virginia blasted the Trump Administration's offshore drilling plan Wednesday, claiming that it would interfere with military training near the world's largest Navy base and imperil the coast's tourism and fishing industries. The group converged near a hotel conference room in Richmond, the Virginia capital, where the administration sought public comment on its plan to expand oil and gas drilling on both of the nation's coasts.In The Kitchen: Chesapeake Etouffee
In stories Feb. 7 and Feb. 20 about a New Mexico school shooting, the Associated Press reported erroneously the nam Chantel Ray Real Estate Professionals John McLaren and Jimmy Ray Dunn explain why there's no need to wait for the official start of spring t PORTSMOUTH, Va. - Chefs Kyle Woodruff and Michael Tomlin from Catch 31 and Salacia came into our kitchen and whipped up some "Chesapeake Etouffee."
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