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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

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Virginia Beach News
State prisoner's death in Chesapeake ruled a suicide

A 19-year-old man sentenced earlier this year on multiple felony counts committed suicide at Indian Creek Correctional Center. Dai'yaan Longmire died Nov. 8, state corrections officials confirmed Friday.

Virginia will pay $100,000 to settle lawsuit over inmate's suicide in Chesapeake prison

Dai'yaan Qamar Longmire, 19, of Virginia Beach, committed suicide in 2014 while being held at the Indian Creek Correctional Center in Chesapeake. His family claims he told a guard he planned to harm himself and they did nothing.

Peer Recovery Specialists meet future survivors, making them feel not alone

Walking down the corridors of hospitals and psych wards is never easy. Now, there's a brave group making sure you're not walking the halls alone.

Back in the Day | May 1937 - Two new ships for the fleet

A May 27, 1937 photograph shows the launching of Bagley-class destroyers USS Blue and USS Helm at the Norfolk Naval Shipyard in Portsmouth. The USS Blue was sunk at the Battle of Guadalcanal on August 22, 1942.

Eagles may soar high at new Suffolk rehab center

Tommy White's grizzled features break into a wide grin as he finishes his call with the U.S Fish and Wildlife Service. After a year of hard toil in a remote part of Suffolk, his dream of rehabilitating bald eagles is becoming a reality.

Teen starts 'March for Our Guns' after peer tears up his anti-gun control poster

VIRGINIA BEACH, Va. He's not old enough to buy a gun, but he's fighting for the rights of gun owners.

Cancelled Portsmouth Vance Joy show "pops up" in Virginia Beach

While Vance Joy's show had to be cancelled because issues at Portsmouth's Union Bank and Trust Pavilion, he still showed up in the area for a small venue get-together. Joy did a pop-up show for a select number of people at Mix It Up on Shore Drive in Virginia Beach.

Virginia Beach hosts Firefighter Combat Challenge

VIRGINIA BEACH, Va. - Virginia Beach's Mount Trashmore Park hosted what has been coined the "Toughest Two Minutes in Sports," by its organizers on The park hosted the Firefighters Combat Challenge from 4 p.m. to 9 p.m., which had about a hundred fighter throughout Hampton Roads participate in the event.

Look back at lives of four artists in Hampton exhibit

Charlottesville artist Tim O'Kane may live a couple of hours away, but for more than three decades Hampton Roads has been a showcase for his talent. Time after time his evocative, realist drawings and paintings have snared attention here, including a solo exhibit at the Peninsula Fine Arts Center and a place in the collection of the Chrysler Museum, as well as appearances at the Virginia Museum of Contemporary Art in Virginia Beach and the Charles H. Taylor Arts Center in Hampton.

'Blacks' List: Classroom activity in Virginia Beach generates slurs, stereotypes

"Blacks." That was the one-word heading on a poster created in an English class at Kempsville High School.

Ten artists took over Virginia Beach's ViBe District. They painted 10 murals in 10 days.

The locations were selected by the ViBe Creative District nonprofit over the last year as the locally owned businesses and property owners expressed interest in participating in a mural project to support the district's growth. Property owners have committed to preserving the murals for a minimum of 2 years and posting a sponsor plaque to recognize the funders.

Planning Board Wants Virginia to Study Tax Based on Miles Driven

With the rise of electric and other fuel-efficient vehicles, the state Virginia association of metropolitan planners is asking state Secretary of Transportation Shannon Valentine to take a look at a new way to pay for roads. The Virginia Association of Metropolitan Planning Organizations said in a letter that it's "concerned with the future sustainability" of road funding because of a reliance on gas taxes.

Flooding Affects Areas in Central Virginia, Virginia Beach

The Richmond Times-Dispatch reports a flash flood warning expired 7 p.m. Friday, but more warnings could come as rain returns to the Richmond area. Authorities tell the Times-Dispatch that a man and a woman were rescued unharmed from a car caught in high water on a Goochland County bridge early Friday.

Thoroughgood House Education Center in Virginia Beach opens after 2-year project

A grand opening was held for the new Education Center at the Thoroughgood House, unveiling the new Highway Historical Marker on Friday, May 18, 2018. Estelle Stephenson, 6, with the Youth Virginia Regiment sits by a cooking fire at the Thoroughgood House in Virginia Beach, Virginia, on Friday, May 18, 2018.

As a kid he saw fighters fly over Virginia Beach. Now, he's flying F-22 Raptors.

Air Force Maj. Paul "Loco" Lopez Jr. stands in front of an F-22 Raptor at Langley Air Force Base on Wednesday, May 18, 2018, where he flies with the Air Combat Command's F-22 Raptor Demonstration Team.

VIMS celebrates Marine Science Day with free open house

At the 2016 open house at the Virginia Institute of Marine Science, graduate student Joey Matt explains how oysters filter their food from the water. This year's open house for Marine Science Day will be held 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. Saturday.

Two Democrats in 2nd District primary try to show differences in forum

Elaine Luria and Karen Mallard, 2nd Congressional candidates in the June 12th Democratic primary, answered questions during a 2nd Congressional Candidate Forum Thursday night, May 17, 2018, held at Ocean Lakes High School in Virginia Beach. Elaine Luria, 2nd Congressional candidate in the June 12th Democratic primary, as she answers a question during a 2nd Congressional Candidate Forum Thursday night, May 17, 2018, held at Ocean Lakes High School in Virginia Beach.

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