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Norfolk, VA, United States

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Past articles by Chenue:

Nansemond Tribe defends its history as Pamunkey, Norfolk move forward with casino plans

The Nansemond Tribe councilwoman has concerns about her tribe's history and culture in Norfolk, especially if the proposed casino land becomes Pamunkey tribal land. → Read More

Human Rights Commission votes on recommendation for council on mandatory retirement age

This is a discussion they were brought into after some felt forced retirement at age 65 was "age discrimination." → Read More

Norfolk council moves forward with crucial vote in casino deal

In a 7-1 vote, Norfolk City Council approved the land sale and intergovernmental agreement with the Pamunkey Tribe. → Read More

Portsmouth poverty rate comes in higher than national rate

According to a study, Portsmouth's poverty rate sits at about 18%, which is higher than the national average of about 13.5%. → Read More

'Fearless Spirit': Fighting bullying one photo at a time

One Chesapeake woman wants to help build the self-esteem of young girls who have been bullied through the power of photography. → Read More

Restaurant owner clears the air about Hepatitis A case involving former employee

The owner and her daughter, Heather Hogge, said their business has been impacted and their family wants to clear the air about what happened. → Read More

Human Rights Commission to vote on mandatory retirement age recommendation as Chief pushes for age increase

The Human Rights Commission is raising that question in Virginia Beach as the Virginia Beach Police Chief pushes to raise the mandatory retirement age. → Read More

Norfolk City Council reveals more details on proposed casino

In a meeting Tuesday, city council went through more details of what the potential casino will not only look like, but how it will impact the area. → Read More

Military bases preparing for Hurricane Dorian

The United States Coast Guard and Navy are preparing the bases and resources ahead of the storm. → Read More

ODU's Office of Emergency Management prepares campus ahead of Hurricane Dorian

Behind the calmness at Old Dominion University, Jared Hoernig and his team are working and planning ahead of Hurricane Dorian. → Read More

American Music Festival adds extra days to Oceanfront event

Organizers are expecting close to 30,000 people total for three nights of entertainment at the Oceanfront festival. → Read More

Virginia Beach could ban e-scooters from the Oceanfront

Virginia Beach City Council could ban the scooters from the resort area, at least temporarily, over safety concerns. → Read More

Virginia Beach Delegate proposes 'Red Flag Law' for Virginia

Delegate Jason Miyares of the 82nd District is proposing House Bill 4031, a Red Flag bill for the commonwealth. → Read More

Waitress claims customers stole tips and credit card receipts from checkbook

In total, she said the woman took about $180 in tips along with the receipts. The surveillance video shows her looking through the checkbook at the table. → Read More

Holly Cove neighbors, city working on change after Memorial Day weekend shooting

Since the Memorial Day Weekend shooting, neighbors have been working with the city to come up with some sort of a solution for safer streets and to help the kids. → Read More

Public can join meetings about a possible new area code as 757 phone numbers run out

The North American Numbering Plan Administrator filed a request for a new overlay code because the region is running out of phone number combinations. → Read More

Norfolk restaurant donates to gun reform, gun violence prevention group after mass shootings

The Public House has sparked a conversation on social media after the restaurant announced it was donating a portion of its proceeds. → Read More

'National Night Out' event aims to build relationship with Latino community

Police held an event at La Tapatia 2 to meet Latino residents and addressed questions or concerns they had. → Read More

Chesapeake helping domestic violence victims with wallet-sized protective order cards

On the wallet-sized card is a description of the person the victim has a protective order against. → Read More

Police looking for suspects who stole credit cards, bought items at the Apple Store

Investigators said the two suspects spent more than $4,000 on Apple Watches and iPhones. → Read More