Jason Marks, WAVY_News

Jason Marks

WAVY_News

France

Contact Jason

Discover and connect with journalists and influencers around the world, save time on email research, monitor the news, and more.

Start free trial

Recent:
  • WAVY_News
  • 8News WRIC Richmond
Past:
  • CBS 17
  • khon2 News
  • FOX16 News
  • KARK 4 News
  • KSN News Wichita
  • ABC4 Utah

Recent articles by Jason:

Man hurt in overnight shooting in Portsmouth

Portsmouth Police say a man was injured in a overnight shooting. → Read More

‘I feel fortunate that I survived’: VB native in South Tower on 9/11 remembers tragedy

There are certain events in history that cause people to remember.One those days happened 19 years ago and Virginia Beach native Ryan Delle-Tezze knows exactly where he was. → Read More

Local business making desks for at-home students

With schools starting up there are many students who are working at home without a desk, so a local children’s organization has teamed up with a Virginia Beach business to make desks for students. → Read More

SAT canceled for fifth time; Chesapeake senior is frustrated

It’s easy to forget about the past few months when you sit and listen to 17-year-old Hassan Darden play the keyboard. → Read More

VB organization collecting supplies to send to those devastated by Hurricane Laura

Virginia Beach based US Flag Runners has started collecting much needed supplies to send to Texas and Louisiana. → Read More

‘Someone out there knows something’: Virginia Beach releases videos to help solve cold cases

The city of Virginia Beach launched a new series of online videos to help solve some of the police department's cold cases. The first video released features a case from 1978. → Read More

Old family photos found in Norfolk home now back with their rightful owner

Norfolk resident Michelle MIller was on a mission. Recently Miller came across some black and white family photos. Miller works for a company who cleans out homes after foreclosures. She wanted to get the photos back to the family they belonged to. → Read More

James City County family loses everything in Isaias

James City County family narrowly escaped their home during Tuesday morning’s storm. → Read More

Virginia Beach Police hopeful in solving 30-year-old murder case

Virginia Beach believe they are on the verge of solving an almost 30 year old murder investigation. → Read More

It’s a rapper’s delight at one VB high school

Filmed in a school parking lot that will be empty for sometime to come, there is a new rap going around Virginia Beach for students and staff to hum. → Read More

Visually impaired woman’s dog mauled by two pit bulls

Virginia Beach Animal Control say two pit bulls attacked and killed a small dog Wednesday. → Read More

Nearly killed, hit-and-run victim now telling his story

A Virginia Beach man who nearly lost his life to a hit and run driver is slowly recovering. → Read More

Until beaches reopen, VB mayor urges public to comply with governor’s orders this weekend

VIRGINIA BEACH, Va. (WAVY) — Virginia Beach Mayor Bobby Dyer says his office is working with the governor’s office to get the beaches open, but until then, he is urging residents to follow the guidelines. The mayor is asking people only to go to the beach to fish or exercise. He says the city will […] → Read More

VB Police looking for hit-and-run driver who left man in critical condition

Virginia Beach police are looking of the driver who hit and critically injury a man and never stopped. → Read More

Another 1,700 virus deaths reported in NY nursing homes

ALBANY, N.Y. (AP) — New York state has reported more than 1,700 previously undisclosed deaths at nursing homes and adult care facilities as the state faces scrutiny over how it has protected vulner… → Read More

Newport News family needs help burying coronavirus victim

A Newport News family needs help burying their loved one who died last week from coronavirus. → Read More

Coronavirus outbreak continues to plague Eastern Shore

The Eastern Shore continues to be a carnivorous hotspot and that some local officials concerned. → Read More

Tyson employees fear virus will continue to spread

There is concern growing on Virginia’s Eastern Shore. More and more employees inside Accomack County’s Tyson plant are speaking out about coronavirus fears. → Read More

VB photographer is capturing history for neighbors

A Virginia Beach photographer is taking pictures of her neighbors to remember the coronavirus crisis. → Read More

Williamsburg man says coronavirus took his wife’s life

A Williamsburg is opening tonight about the loss of his wife. 82-year-old Mary Jane Gantzler died March 21st from coronavirus. → Read More