Anthony Sabella, WTKR NewsChannel 3

Anthony Sabella

WTKR NewsChannel 3

Norfolk, VA, United States

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Past articles by Anthony:

"The lineup is strong": Locals-only presale for BEACH IT! country music festival draws big crowd

People who live in and around Virginia Beach got the first crack at tickets on Saturday for the new BEACH IT! country music festival...and they showed up big. → Read More

Reimagining Rudee Loop: Virginia Beach nears next phase in deciding the future of "most desirable" 6 acres

Virginia Beach calls it "one of the most desirable plots of undeveloped land on the eastern seaboard." There are only days left to give input on four development options for Rudee Loop. → Read More

Making Strides in Hampton Roads: American Cancer Society holds Peninsula walk, Southside next week

American Cancer Society is hosting two Making Strides events in Hampton Roads! Whether you’re on the peninsula or the southside there’s an event for you. → Read More

2 dead, 5 hurt in Norfolk mass shooting on Killam Ave.

Norfolk Police say two people have died following a mass shooting on Killam Ave., near ODU, overnight. Five others were also shot. Norfolk State University says several of those shot are NSU students. → Read More

Virginia Tech researcher: Cloth masks not effective against COVID-19 Omicron variant

Dr. Linsey Marr says respirator masks like N95 and KN95 are best at protecting against the COVID-19 Omicron variant. → Read More

ECSU program enters next phase in fight against problem gambling on campus

In March, a survey of 93 Elizabeth City State University students found 44 percent engaged in at least one form of compulsive gambling behavior. A new survey of 300 students is about to begin. → Read More

Get your tickets now for the 2021 St. Jude Dream Home!

The 2,600 square foot townhome is located in the East Beach neighborhood of Norfolk. → Read More

Chesapeake Police to hand out turkeys in place of traffic tickets

The annual holiday event started a few years back with citizen Rodney Foster. → Read More

Here's why you shouldn't feed your pet from the Thanksgiving table

If your pet gets into contact with the wrong food, it can mean a surprise and stressful trip to the animal ER. → Read More

A different way to serve: Navy veteran finds calling in 20-year counselor career

From a suicide on base to September 11th, Navy veteran and counselor Deb Anthony is one of the first to respond in a time of crisis. → Read More

A different way to serve: Meet the veterans who return to base as civilians

According to the U.S. Census Bureau, there are about 18 million veterans in the United States, but just because they're no longer active duty doesn't mean they can't serve in a different way. → Read More

Takeout Tuesday: Find Filipino favorites at Virginia Beach bakery

October is Filipino American Heritage Month and Angie's Bakery has made its name serving fresh, authentic Filipino baked goods. → Read More

Final suspect in 2017 Hampton GameStop robbery pleads guilty, gets 15-year sentence

Prosecutors say Allen Ralph, 30, drove the getaway car in an armed robbery where another suspect shot a police officer. → Read More

Takeout Tuesday: The Hubs Vine breathes new life into former grocery space in Franklin

The marketplace opened September 10 in a space once occupied by a Farm Fresh grocery store. → Read More

August 2020 Navy Unit of the Month: Air Operations

News 3's Navy Unit of the Month for August 2020 is Air Operations! → Read More

We're Open: New Virginia Beach business offers DIY workshops

Opening a new business is hard enough...without having to shut down just five weeks in. → Read More

Bank of America grants help address growing need for domestic violence shelters

Domestic violence hotlines: Samaritan House - (757) 430-2120, YWCA - (757) 251-0144 → Read More

Now is the time to spend money on needs, not wants, retail expert says

Now more than ever saving money on what you buy is important. → Read More

Tired of fighting for grocery store produce? Here's how to grow your own

With grocery store produce sections picked through, there's no better time than to grow your own at home. → Read More

It can take a week to adjust to Daylight Saving Time, sleep specialist says

Even though it's only an hour, a local doctor says it can throw off your internal body clock for a week or more. → Read More