Jason Marks, 8News WRIC Richmond

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8News WRIC Richmond

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Past articles by Jason:

Mother makes plea for answers after son killed in workplace shooting in Isle of Wight; suspect still at large

It's almost been three weeks since a man was shot and killed on his first day of work at a warehouse in Isle of Wight County. → Read More

Man wanted after abandoning dog at storage center in Elizabeth City

A man is wanted after he was caught on video abandoning a dog at a local storage facility. → Read More

Family: Deadly Isle of Wight workplace shooting happened over broken cell phone

The family of the man fatally shot at an Isle of Wight County warehouse Thursday says it was all over a broken cell phone. → Read More

Rape case against former Chesapeake police lieutenant will go to trial

The rape case against a former Chesapeake Police Lieutenant will now move to trial. On Wednesday, a judge certified the charges to Chesapeake Circuit Court after Sean Maddox's preliminary hearing. → Read More

Virginia man fights rape conviction after 5-day jury trial held without him

Antonio Lorenzo Biggs was convicted of rape after a five-day jury trial in February, but his case is unusual: he wasn't present for any of his trial. → Read More

Early voting underway in the commonwealth; candidates reach out to voters

The November elections are right around the corner, and that means early elections have started in the Commonwealth of Virginia. → Read More

Hampton man who worked as truck driver in NYC recalls capturing 9/11 aftermath on a disposable camera

A New York man now living in Hampton was in the city the day of the terrorist attacks on Sept. 11, 2001. → Read More

VB man flies 13 American flags — plus one more — in honor of 13 troops killed in Afghanistan

On Haverhill Drive in Virginia Beach, it's easy to see where patriotism lives. → Read More

Former Norfolk sheriff takes stand as defense makes its case in corruption trial

This week, the defense for the former Norfolk sheriff, who’s accused of taking bribes in connection with jail contracts, is laying out its side of the case. → Read More

Former Norfolk sheriff’s trial could be delayed due to COVID

The trial for former Norfolk Sheriff Bob McCabe, who is accused of corruption, could be delayed 10 days. → Read More

Cyclists fear for their safety after thumbtacks thrown in bike lanes in VB

Virginia Beach police are looking for the person who is throwing thumbtacks in the Shore Drive bike lanes. → Read More

Pandemic is ‘far from over’ as local health officials monitor uptick in COVID-19 cases

The COVID-19 numbers are rising, and that has local and state health directors concerned. → Read More

The show must go on: VB drama teacher refuses to let stage 4 cancer keep her from helping students

Longtime First Colonial drama teacher Nancy Curtis was diagnosed with stage 4 lung cancer after the sudden death of her son. → Read More

Chesapeake PD to review policy after two deadly police chases

CHESAPEAKE, Va. (WAVY) – 18-year-old Jahsani Jean-Baptiste was just a few miles from home when his car was hit from behind by a suspect trying to run from police. Jean-Baptiste was stuck in traffic on the interstate at the time. “There was an accident up ahead the interstate that officers were totally unaware of,” said […] → Read More

Gov. Roy Cooper makes pit stop in Gates County to push vaccine

North Carolina Governor Roy Cooper made a pit stop in Gates County Thursday morning. He is encouraging all residents to get their COVID-19 vaccines. → Read More

Parents of Virginia 3-year-old who drowned in backyard pool work to save other lives

"I want fathers and mothers to understand how quickly this can happen," Chad Adams said. "How turning your back for a minute can lead to a life-changing event." → Read More

Ceremonial swords, other items, stolen from Virginia Beach masonic lodges

The thieves randomly vandalized some of the property and stole items that mean a lot to the masons. → Read More

Hawaiian activist Haunani-Kay Trask passed away

Hawaiian activist Haunani-Kay Trask passed away during the morning of Saturday, July 3, according to Jonathan Osorio, dean of the Hawaiʻinuiākea School of Hawaiian Knowledge. → Read More

5 Elizabeth City protesters charged after Andrew Brown demonstrations make 1st court appearance

Five of the protesters made their first court appearances Thursday. → Read More

Hertford, NC police department officially disbanded to save town money

The Perquimans County Sheriff's Office will now field all the calls. → Read More