Erica Greenway, WTKR NewsChannel 3

Erica Greenway

WTKR NewsChannel 3

Norfolk, VA, United States

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Past articles by Erica:

Three ways to help kids learn how to manage finances

Once kids are in elementary or middle school, they can get more hands on with something called the 'three jar rule.' → Read More

Sen. Kaine talks top priorities under Biden administration

Kaine said his other priority right now is the pandemic. → Read More

$1M in grants available for nonprofits serving black community in Hampton Roads

At least 20 grants will be awarded and the funding is intended to be used for operational support. → Read More

Va. Beach Police trying to identify suspects in convenience store robbery

The incident happened Oct. 26, 2020 at 10:25 a.m. at the Getty Mart on Green Meadows Dr. → Read More

Va. Beach woman running 40 hours straight to raise money for orphanage

The money she raises through this run will help support one of the orphanage's main goals of education. → Read More

Va. nonprofit offering incentives for people to get new job training

They'll pay $1,000 to people who complete an eligible program through a Virginia community college. → Read More

N.C. ferry system designated as 'Marine Highway Project'

The NCFS can now apply for federal funding to improve its ferries and infrastructure at terminals. → Read More

Socially distant Halloween ideas for kids

One option is a scavenger hunt where you give your kids clues and hide candy at the end. → Read More

Seventh grader spends summer break raising money for St. Jude

HAMPTON, Va. - A local seventh grader made the most of her summer break. Laila Beck-Covington, 11, decided to use her time to help others. "I had free time and I didn't know what to do with it because of COVID, so I wanted to use that time to help people," she told News 3. She made paintings, slime, bracelets and other crafts which she sold online. The money she earned was donated to St. Jude… → Read More

Portsmouth-based Mercy Chefs prepares to help Hurricane Laura victims

"We've found over the years that working with local volunteers, neighbors helping neighbors, is the very best way to aid recovery," said LeBlanc, "So with our crew on site we'll be able to multiply that with the local volunteers." → Read More

Pandemic forces Norfolk Crime Line to cancel annual fundraiser

The pandemic is having a big impact on some non-profits, unable to hold their usual fundraisers. → Read More

Severance pay: What to know if you're being let go

If you find yourself facing unemployment, one option you should know about is severance pay. → Read More

Sen. Warner 'optimistic' a COVID-19 relief package could come soon

Sen. Mark Warner (D-Va.) tells News 3 he’s optimistic that negotiators are making progress and we could see something by Friday or in the next few days. → Read More

Google launches new tools to help people with anxiety

One of the things they just launched Thursday is an anxiety screener. → Read More

Virginia Beach Police looking for grand larceny suspect

They're looking for 24-year-old Aaron McGrath. → Read More

American Academy of Pediatrics warns drowning risk may go up this summer

NORFOLK, Va. - Drowning is the leading cause of death among children ages one to four, and the American Academy of Pediatrics is worried the risk may go up even more this summer. With a lot of parents working from home, they say parents may be more distracted. "A lot of us are working from home, taking care of kids, maybe homeschooling older children, have a toddler at home, you know, cooking.… → Read More

Could herd immunity help stop spread of coronavirus?

Some people across the country are pushing for a new strategy to fight coronavirus - letting the virus run its course so we can build herd immunity. → Read More

BBB seeing increase in puppy scams during pandemic

There’s been a big increase in puppy scams during the coronavirus pandemic. → Read More

5 ways to find free or reduced price prescriptions

If you're having a hard time finding money for your prescriptions, Consumer Reports says there are several ways you can get free or reduced price prescriptions right now. → Read More

Virtual workshops held to help people looking for jobs

The online sessions are for people of any age, including teens. → Read More