Virginia Beach

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Trial to Begin for Va. Eastern Shore Arson Suspect

The trial of a woman charged in a series of fires on Virginia’s Eastern Shore is scheduled to begin Monday in Virginia Beach.


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Va. Woman Charged With Poisoning Her 2 Children

A woman suspected of trying to poison her two children has been charged with attempted murder in Virginia Beach.


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Right On Time: Va. Baby Born On 11-12-13 at 14:15

A Virginia Beach infant arrived in the world right on time.


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Video: Firefighters Rescue Man Dangling Off Water Tower 100 Feet In Air

Crews in Virginia Beach have rescued a worker who was left dangling from his safety rope more than 100 feet in the air along a water tower.


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Dolphin Deaths On The Rise on the East Coast

Officials are trying to determine the cause of a sharp increase in dolphin deaths in Virginia and other East Coast states.


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Clown-Masked Movie Goers Sentenced to 30 Days in Jail

Two men will each spend 30 days in jail for wearing clown masks in a Virginia Beach theater and scaring patrons.


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Navy Cancels Virginia Air Show Due to Budget Cuts

The Navy has cancelled its annual air show in Virginia Beach as a result of automatic federal spending cuts.


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Officials Believe a Dog Started a Va. House Fire

A dog is being blamed for starting a fire that heavily damaged a Virginia Beach home.


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Va. Beach Still Looking to Lure NBA Team With Temporary Richmond Home

Virginia Beach’s economic development director says if an NBA team relocates to Virginia Beach it could temporarily play in Richmond.


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Virginia Beach Shelter Closed After U.S. Navy F-18 Jet Crash

The city said it closed the shelter at Birdneck Elementary School after the 26 people who took shelter there found other places to stay.