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Two separate shootings in Portsmouth leave two dead, one injured

PORTSMOUTH, Va. — The Portsmouth Police Department is investigating two unrelated shooting incidents that happened early Sunday morning. One of these left two men dead. Portsmouth police said the fatal shooting happened at 2:47 a.m. near the intersection of Randolph Street and Lansing Avenue. They responded for a report of a two vehicle crash.
PORTSMOUTH, VA
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Residents protest after monkey noises, racial slurs used by neighboring home

Residents protest after monkey noises, racial slurs used by neighboring home. 1 dead, another seriously injured following overnight shooting in Portsmouth. Furious ODU rally falls short against Buffalo 35-34 Stop the Violence Team, We Matter, hosts open mic night to encourage positive community connections in Norfolk. Community members gather to...
PORTSMOUTH, VA
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2 dead, 1 seriously injured in Norfolk shooting

1 dead, another seriously injured following overnight shooting in Portsmouth. Furious ODU rally falls short against Buffalo 35-34 Residents protest after monkey noises, racial slurs used by neighboring home. Stop the Violence Team, We Matter, hosts open mic night to encourage positive community connections in Norfolk. Community members gather to...
NORFOLK, VA
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Seven years later, Portsmouth still searching for relief from the tunnel tolls

Portsmouth City Council is asking the General Assembly for help to remove or reduce the tolls for the two tunnels that connect the city to Norfolk. Officials are still working on how that might happen. “I’m considering any options,” Mayor Shannon Glover said. The City Council passed a resolution in July that urged legislators to remove or reduce the tolls, which were put in place in 2014, and ...
PORTSMOUTH, VA
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1 dead, another seriously injured following overnight shooting in Portsmouth

1 dead, another seriously injured following overnight shooting in Portsmouth. Furious ODU rally falls short against Buffalo 35-34 Residents protest after monkey noises, racial slurs used by neighboring home. Stop the Violence Team, We Matter, hosts open mic night to encourage positive community connections in Norfolk. Community members gather to...
PORTSMOUTH, VA
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Two Suffolk residents convicted on international drug trafficking, money laundering charges

NEWPORT NEWS, Va. (WAVY) — This week, a federal jury convicted two local residents on charges relating to drug trafficking and money laundering. Court records show that Jose Luis Cruz-Colon, 42, and Nastassja Lopez-Alvarado, 31, both originally from Puerto Rico but living in Suffolk, would important kilograms of cocaine into Hampton Roads for distribution. They would then send the proceeds back to Puerto Rico to further the drug trafficking conspiracy.
SUFFOLK, VA
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High school student facing felony, accused of making threat against Manor High School in Portsmouth

High school student facing felony, accused of making threat against Manor High School in Portsmouth. 1 dead, another seriously injured following overnight shooting in Portsmouth. Portsmouth police investigating shooting incident. 2 dead, 1 seriously injured in Norfolk shooting. Furious ODU rally falls short against Buffalo 35-34 Residents protest after monkey...
PORTSMOUTH, VA
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Community members gather to honor Chesapeake Athletic Association's longtime president

WAVY News 10's Cortez Grayson reports. Community members gather to honor Chesapeake Athletic Association's longtime president. 2 dead, 1 seriously injured in domestic-related murder-suicide on W. Balview Avenue in Norfolk. Top Local Headlines | September 26, 2021. 1 dead, another seriously injured following overnight shooting in Portsmouth. Portsmouth police investigating...
NORFOLK, VA
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Our students must be safe

“We’ve got brawls in the school. We’ve got coaches breaking up fights.”. That’s what a parent recently told Danville Superintendent Angela Hairston about the safety of students at George Washington High School. More than two dozen others attended meeting because they shared a common interest: They feared for their children.
DANVILLE, VA
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