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  • Norfolk police investigating fatal shooting

    A man who was shot in Norfolk Thursday afternoon died shortly after the incident, prompting a police investigation. Dispatchers received a call about the incident about 5:15 p.m. in the 800 block of West 35th Street, where they found a man suffering...
  • Sentara Heart Hospital joins national alliance to treat a-fib

    Sentara Heart Hospital joins national alliance to treat a-fib
    Sentara Heart Hospital in Norfolk has joined four others to form the National Alliance of Integrated AFib Centers, NAIAC. Atrial fibrillation, or arrhythmia  -- a leading cause of stroke -- affects more than 5 million people in the U.S. The other...
  • UPDATE: Portsmouth police release details in Chesapeake officer-involved shooting

    Chesapeake police were trying to serve warrants from Maryland to a 27-year-old man who was found in Portsmouth last week before a Chesapeake officer shot him inside a car, according to an initial investigation by Portsmouth police. The officer shot...
  • UPDATE: Police find missing Suffolk man

    UPDATE: Police find missing Suffolk man
    A 23-year-old man Suffolk man who was reported to have disappeared last week was found Monday afternoon, officials said. Kyle Spencer Williams, of the 3700 block of Indian Trail Road, was last seen at his residence June 12, according to a City of...
  • Two rescued off Cape Charles hours after boat sinks

    Two rescued off Cape Charles hours after boat sinks
    The Coast Guard rescued two people Sunday hours after their 21-foot fishing boat sank about a mile west of Kiptopeke State Park. Rescued were Bonatacio Montalvo, 64, of Machipongo, Virginia, and Jose Rosales, 27, according to a statement from the U.S....
  • Jamestown High celebrates its class of 2014

    Jamestown High celebrates its class of 2014
    WILLIAMSBURG — Jamestown High's graduation speaker, senior class president MaryKathryn Kopp, had plenty of compelling thoughts to share with her fellow graduates Saturday morning at William and Mary Hall. But first came an opportunity to end her...
  • Peninsula emergency room use has declined

    Peninsula emergency room use has declined
    The Affordable Care Act with its mandate that everyone must carry health insurance was expected to bring a dip in expensive emergency room use, the refuge of the uninsured for non-emergency treatment. The promise of reduced health care costs was part of...
  • Full list of McAuliffe's University board appointments

    We focused on board of visitors appointments at Christopher Newport University here, but here's full list of Gov. Terry McAuliffe's appointments. Just a cut and paste from the governor's announcement yesterday. There are a number of notables....
  • Arnise Scott had her life planned out. But she died far too young at 15 | With video

    Arnise Scott had her life planned out. But she died far too young at 15 | With video
    Their is a set rule in the Scott household: Always, no matter how you feel at that particular moment, say "I love you" at bedtime. Why? Because life offers no guarantees. "You don't know if I'm going to wake up tomorrow or not," Eldrie Scott would...
  • DaVinci robot sales slide; fewer hysterectomies but more general surgery use

    DaVinci robot sales slide; fewer hysterectomies but more general surgery use
    The DaVinci robot adopted by local hospitals has seen a plunge in sales as the manufacturer reports fewer hysterectomies and robotic procedures overall, though gerneral surgeries using it have risen. Surgeons at Sentara Norfolk General, Riverside Regional...
  • In Newport News, 400 pain patients left without doctor, medications

    In Newport News, 400 pain patients left without doctor, medications
    When the Virginia Board of Medicine summarily suspended the license of primary care physician and self-proclaimed pain management specialist Roger M. Phillips in February, it left 400 patients without care, without their medical records and without access...
  • Virginia insurers file rates for 2015 marketplace

    Virginia insurers file rates for 2015 marketplace
    Just two weeks after enrollment closed for individuals in 2014 health plans sold through the Affordable Care Act's newly established state marketplace, Virginia insurance carriers were charged with filing their plans for 2015 with the State Corporation...