Erin Miller, WTKR NewsChannel 3

Erin Miller

WTKR NewsChannel 3

Norfolk, VA, United States

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Past articles by Erin:

Save your money, use your health savings account instead

Next time you go to the pharmacy, consider using your health savings account (HSA) instead of your credit card. → Read More

'I didn't know'; Hampton widow's advice on what to do before losing a spouse

The big takeaways: create a will, pick a beneficiary and executor of estate and plan ahead, even if it's uncomfortable to talk about. → Read More

Trouble with your HOA? Here are your options as a homeowner

"We need some help out here. The neighborhood has gone completely down," said Norfolk resident, Carrie Joyner. → Read More

Work far from over as vote count underway in Virginia Beach

On Tuesday evening, election officials from all 100 of the city's precincts will bring their ballot drop box, black supply trolleys and red envelope bags as well as voter ballot boxes. → Read More

Friend Facebook messaging you? How these local residents lost thousands in Bitcoin scam

"With so much news around Bitcoin and trading it's not too far fetched to believe to some degree, especially when your 'friends' are showing 'proof'," said one local man. → Read More

Person killed, firefighter sent to hospital after Norfolk fire

Norfolk Fire and Rescue responded to a residential house fire on the 3500 block of Somme Avenue Thursday morning. → Read More

Local students raise $24,000 through acts of kindness

For their acts of kindness, students did everything from writing letters to military members, creating cards for people living in nursing homes and leaving motivational messages in sidewalk chalk. → Read More

Keeping your kids active and healthy during a pandemic

"It helps your physical body, but it also helps your mental body and especially with the times we're in right now I want to be able to build that into kids," said Carli Bruni. → Read More

Hertford family shares heartbreak after losing two sons to overdoses

"There is strength in numbers and if we can get as many people to help us in our mission, I think we can make a difference," said Sheryl Hurdle. → Read More

Granby Bistro & Deli sees steady business after renovations

"We're caterers, we're in the business to provide what the customers want," said owner Adel Hagez. → Read More

How 45 minutes can help you save a life

If you go to the American Red Cross website, you'll find a long list on online classes focused on saving lives. → Read More

'It really worries me' Norfolk woman receives unsolicited package from China

"I just want to make sure that other people are aware in what to look out for when they receive packages from unknown sellers," Phillina Lovewine said. → Read More

Families say local correctional facilities aren’t cleaning, COVID-19 cases increase

"It hurts to know that your brother is calling you and telling you 'brother I can't breathe, brother my breathing is changing, I don't feel normal nobody's taking precautions.' That bothers me a lot," said Gerard, whose brother is incarcerated at Indian Creek Correctional Center. → Read More

26-year-old in critical condition after near-drowning at Oceanfront

"We cannot save his life alone and in this difficult time, I beg you to help our family and donate to Ali’s fund so that we can get him this life-saving transportation and treatment," the GoFundMe post said. → Read More

Initiative fights for homeless housing solutions as state funds fluctuate

While people have a place to stay for now, long-term funding to keep them there isn't guaranteed. → Read More

Looking for a job? Here's where to start

The biggest upcoming event is the statewide virtual hiring event taking place on Tuesday July 28 from 2 p.m. to 5 p.m. → Read More

Task Force One Navy holds first in-person listening group with local Sailors

Force Master Chief Huben Phillips, the senior enlisted adviser for Task Force One Navy, met with local Sailors for the first time in-person on Wednesday. → Read More

Virginia Beach waitress given $650 tip from stranger participating in Venmo Challenge

"He had like a wad of cash and started counting it out in front of me and I honestly didn't know like what was happening," said Aubrey Seykerbuyk. → Read More

Melody Webb named Norfolk State University's first female Athletic Director

"It's one of those things that - it's something you work for for your entire career so to be able to sit in this position is humbling," said Melody Webb, the first female Athletic Director at Norfolk State University. → Read More

State investigation prompts OBX rental company to refund renters

Attorney General Josh Stein's office told News 3 that they were looking into more than 200 complaints against Surf or Sound since mid-March. → Read More