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Norfolk Police Department Lip Sync Battle
When it comes to facing the music, the Norfolk Police Department never backs down. After being challenged to a lip sync battle by the Corinth Police Department in Corinth, Texas, Norfolk's finest went all out in their own version of Mark Ronson and Bruno Mars' 2014 hit "Uptown Funk." http://via.wtkr.com/U9R0N
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Son uses security camera to get dad's help with TV
Many who are familiar with Ring's outdoor motion based cameras and doorbells imagine them being used for security purposes. Well this young boy in Haslett, Michigan had a different idea! http://via.wtkr.com/6YUVJ
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Norfolk Police talk about viral lip sync video
Lip sync video challenges are spreading around the nation and Norfolk's very own police department did an amazing job in their's. Dancing to "Uptown Funk" the video went viral and they stopped by to talk about their new found fame. http://via.wtkr.com/U9R0N
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Hotel clerk fired after racist comments
An employee at a Country Inn & Suites by Radisson in Newport News has been fired after a Facebook video captured him calling a black customer a "f*****g monkey." http://via.wtkr.com/L0wJT
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Blaine and the Victoria's Secret Fantasy Bra
Blaine has some comments on what would actually be the perfect Fantasy Bra...
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Gridiron Girl: Chesapeake high school female football player boots stereotypes away
A textbook trip up by the Grizzlies kicker saved the night. Senior Amanda Shepps hadn't recorded a tackle all season, but when the team needed her the most, the came up big. http://via.wtkr.com/Qr7ph
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Local baby gets cochlear implants
Charly got her cochlear implants turned on Monday, a few weeks after having the surgery. The hearing aids she previously wore on loan from the Virginia Hearing Aid Loan Bank have been returned and will soon go to another family. http://via.wtkr.com/lbozt
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EVMS yearbook page of Gov. Northam includes blackface, Klan costumes
One day after addressing the backlash for supporting a state measure that would significantly loosen restrictions on late-term abortions in Virginia, photos of two unidentified people on Governor Ralph Northam's medical school yearbook page have surfaced.
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An inside look into Norfolk FBI SWAT Team from one of few female agents
There are only a handful of female FBI agents on the Special Weapons and Tactics Teams (SWAT) in the entire country, and one of them is based here in Hampton Roads. News 3 met up with her during a recent Norfolk FBI SWAT training session. http://via.wtkr.com/tGbED
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Teen killed in moped crash
One day after Daquan Robinson lost his life on his moped, the 16-year-old's family and friends filled a basketball court outside the Y.H. Thomas Community Center. http://via.wtkr.com/rgfCd
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Over 300 missing children`s cases in Virginia
There are 329 missing children in Virginia as of May 22 and the reasons why children vanish vary. Search and rescue coordinator for the Commonwealth, Mark Eggeman, told News 3's Aleah Hordges that many are considered runaways and those cases normally resolve themselves. http://via.wtkr.com/6i8ln
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Are military pilots interacting with UFO’s in the skies?
Recently released videos purport to show military pilots seeing UFO's, but what exactly are they seeing? The group, To the Stars Academy for Arts and Science, obtained the videos and says they're evidence pilots are coming into contact with Unidentified Foreign Objects. http://via.wtkr.com/avKrB
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Jets from NAS Oceana in Virginia Beach head to Texas to honor George H.W. Bush
F/A-18 Hornets and Super Hornets from Naval Air Station Oceana left Virginia Beach Tuesday and headed to Texas to perform a 21-aircraft missing man fly-over as part of the funeral services on Thursday. http://via.wtkr.com/AD7RS
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NewsChannel3 First at Four goes back in time
WTKR Anchorman style
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York Poquoson Sheriff`s Office lip sync
The York-Poquoson Sheriff’s Office just dropped its take on “Men in Black” by Will Smith. http://via.wtkr.com/fPLb5
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Organizers expect 25,000 per day to attend Something in the Water festival
Organizers expect 25,000 people to attend the Something in the Water festival each day. The organizers laid out logistics to members of the Resort Advisory Commission on Thursday afternoon. http://via.wtkr.com/qYVfM
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USS Abraham Lincoln Carrier Strike Group directed to ‘send a clear and unmistakable message’ to Iran
The United States is sending the USS Abraham Lincoln Carrier Strike Group to the U.S. Central Command Region to "send a clear and unmistakable message" to Iran, according to a Sunday night statement from National Security Advisor John Bolton. http://via.wtkr.com/GRfxD
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Messiah Johnson released from prison
A Norfolk man pardoned by former Governor Terry McAuliffe after being sentenced to 132 years for a 1997 armed robbery was released from prison Wednesday. Messiah Johnson was granted a conditional pardon in January 2018 after serving more than 20 years for a Norfolk beauty salon robbery. http://via.wtkr.com/9n3fw
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Touching the dragon
From the Resort City, James Hatch, a retired Special Warfare Officer, runs a successful nonprofit. http://via.wtkr.com/tvqEP
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Saudi oil tankers ‘sabotaged’ as U.S.-Iran tensions increase
Saudi Arabia said Monday that two of its oil tankers had been sabotaged off the coast of the United Arab Emirates, in attacks it described as posing a threat to the security of global oil supplies. http://via.wtkr.com/C9Bqn
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Community holds vigil for 15-year-old shot and killed in Broad Creek neighborhood
In an open field at Huntersville Park, members of the community embrace one another, light candles and come together in prayer for 15-year-old Monti Hughes, who was shot and killed Monday. http://via.wtkr.com/0YXip
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Williamsburg Publix opens, bringing Hampton Roads consumers more shopping variety
While central Virginia and Kill Devil Hills have already been exposed to the Florida supermarket chain, Williamsburg's new Publix will give Hampton Roads customers a closer option to shop at something new. http://via.wtkr.com/CVXsh
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ODU professor discusses Gov. Northam yearbook controversy
The photo, which appears on his page in an Eastern Virginia Medical School yearbook from 1984, shows two people: one appearing to be dressed in blackface and another appearing to be a member of the Ku Klux Klan.
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Two of four Virginia Beach officers found negligent in Navy veteran wrongful death lawsuit
Jurors found two of four police officers negligent for their role in the 2015 killing of India Kager. In addition, the jury decided for each ruling the family should be paid $400,000 for a total of $800,000. The jury ruled in favor of the remaining two officers. http://via.wtkr.com/Ykt7I
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Wesley Hadsell charged with 2015 murder of 18-year-old stepdaughter AJ Hadsell
Wesley Hadsell, the Norfolk man who was arrested in connection with the 2015 disappearance of his stepdaughter Anjelica "AJ" Hadsell, was charged with her death Monday. http://via.wtkr.com/eIavr
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Laced candy sends students to the hospital
Deputies said the cause of the illnesses appears to be candy that was laced with a foreign substance and was distributed by a student. The sheriff's office interviewed the student who provided the substance. http://via.wtkr.com/mykzs
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Virginia Beach PD Talks About Lip Sync Challenge
It was only a matter of time before the Virginia Beach Police Department released its own lip sync video, featuring dispatchers, officers and a whole crowd of beachgoers dancing and singing along to Drake’s “Hotline Bling,” Pharrell Williams’ “Happy” and Bonnie Tyler’s “Holding Out for a Hero.” http://via.wtkr.com/phZAY
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Crews continue prepping Oceanfront ahead of Something in the Water festival
Crews are still working to assemble the Something in the Water festival grounds, but even so, the main stage - which sits on 5th Street - can be seen nearly 50 blocks away in the North End. http://via.wtkr.com/wtA25
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USS Abraham Lincoln to change homeport to San Diego
Three Nimitz-class aircraft carriers, including the Norfolk-based USS Abraham Lincoln (CVN 72), will undergo homeport changes, the U.S. Navy announced Thursday. http://via.wtkr.com/kcxJ8
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Postgame reaction following UVA`s win over Purdue
Final Four, finally! Virginia is headed to its first Final Four since 1984 after beating Purdue in the Elite Eight, 80-75 in overtime. http://via.wtkr.com/0JAKs
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Meet the HSC 2 Fleet Angels
The U.S. Navy's HSC-2 Fleet Angels are News 3’s Squadron of the Month! Helicopter Sea Combat Squadron 2 (HSC-2) was formed in 1948 as two parts and since then have been the first to medevac, the first blimp rescue, first all-weather day/night detachment, first night doppler rescue and the first night full auto-rotation to a flight deck. http://via.wtkr.com/iAFb8
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USS Abraham Lincoln deploys from Norfolk, will shift to new home in Californiav
The Abraham Lincoln Carrier Strike Group deployed from Norfolk Monday, but the flagship won't return to Hampton Roads following this deployment. About 6,000 Sailors left as part of the strike group for what the Navy says is a regularly-scheduled deployment. http://via.wtkr.com/HRj7i
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Virginia Beach Police release updated College Beach Weekend arrests stats
Three people were shot during College Beach Weekend at the Virginia Beach Oceanfront this weekend. Police released statistics of all the crime that happened. http://via.wtkr.com/Tflve
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Virginia Beach school buses now have cameras to catch drivers passing
Virginia Beach City Public Schools will now feature cameras on the outside of school buses to help catch illegally-passing drivers. http://via.wtkr.com/Tuya4
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Mo'Nique and Tone-X do traffic and weather on NewsChannel 3
The two talked chicken with Blaine, did traffic with Kristen, and stared at Myles while he attempted to do the weather!
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Former Chesapeake security guard guilty of second-degree murder in Pokémon Go case
Chesapeake Police said a shooting on January 26, 2017, left 60-year-old Jiansheng Chen dead after Cromwell, working as an armed security guard in the Riverwalk neighborhood, fired at Chen, who was driving a dark blue minivan at the time. http://via.wtkr.com/EGsIM
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Rep. Bobby Scott told a year ago Fairfax had `#MeToo allegation,` sources say
The woman accusing Justin Fairfax of sexual assault told a Democratic congressman a year ago that the Virginia lieutenant governor had a "#MeToo allegation" against him, sources tell CNN, though Rep. Bobby Scott's aides say he didn't learn of the full extent of her allegations until this week. http://via.wtkr.com/6QhMl
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Hungry for Hampton Roads: The Dirty Buffalo Challenge
Only two people have walked away from the table victorious after taking on the dirty challenge at The Dirty Buffalo. The Dirty Buffalo is a local favorite offering wings, subs & "dirty" plates stacked with meats and sides. http://via.wtkr.com/AfmSE
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Taylor Heinicke ready for first NFL start
After going undrafted in 2015, Heinicke spent the first three seasons of his career in Minnesota. He would later bounce from the Patriots practice squad, to the Houston Texans. http://via.wtkr.com/Ktoe2
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Firefighters walking 130 miles for muscular dystrophy research
Two firefighters with the Suffolk Fire and Rescue Department plan to hike 130 miles to being awareness to the Muscular Dystrophy Association.From March 23-29, Suffolk Fire Medic Joe Jarman and Lt. Travis Saunders will be making the 130-mile hike between Neptune’s Park in Virginia Beach and the Virginia State Capitol in Richmond. http://via.wtkr.com/zHOAB
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The other side of the opioid epidemic
A crackdown on prescription opioids has some chronic pain patients saying they live in fear their quality of life will be taken away. http://via.wtkr.com/Gs4iA
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Virginia International Tattoo: Swiss Army Central Band
You won't find a bigger display of military bands and drill teams in the United States. This type of event is called a 'tattoo' and Virginia International Tattoo is back at Norfolk Scope Arena, April 25-28, featuring more than 1,000 performers from the around the world. http://via.wtkr.com/rAtsL
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757 Showdown: Oscar Smith rolls Nansemond River 35-8
Oscar Smith (6-and-0) continued it's Southeastern District dominance with a 35-8 win over Nansemond River (3-and-3) on Friday night. http://via.wtkr.com/XD0mB
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Skins trash talk Jets player
It got REAL at Washington Redskins training camp Tuesday. Montae Nicholson took down a Jets player in a one-on-one rep and DJ Swearinger had some smack talk to add after. http://via.wtkr.com/J9WTc
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Man rescues dog trapped in hot car by smashing out window; Norfolk Animal Control charging dog owner
A man working on a job site in Norfolk saw a dog trapped inside a hot car and smashed out the car window to free the pup, who was visibly suffering from the heat. http://via.wtkr.com/94S1v
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Crazy storm clouds in Virginia Beach
Crazy storm clouds move over the Virginia Beach Oceanfront delaying the first day of Something in the Water festival. wtkr.com/weather
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People react to Jussie Smollett arrest
"Disappointed" is how some people in Hampton Roads describe how they feel when it comes to Jussie Smollett and the latest news surrounding him. http://via.wtkr.com/pB58h
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Meet Bud: The Navy`s only golden retriever working dog
Bud the golden retriever began working at Naval Station Norfolk in January and is one of the newest military working dogs on base. He may be one of the most popular dog breeds in the country, but he's truly one-of-a-kind. http://via.wtkr.com/uvGQe
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Argument over Aretha Franklin leads to Suffolk barber shop shooting
News 3's Rachael Cardin spoke to a witness who said he heard the two people in a local barbershop arguing over whether or not Halle Berry played or would play Aretha Franklin in a movie. http://via.wtkr.com/TM6RE
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