Jaclyn Lee, 13News Now

Jaclyn Lee

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Norfolk, VA, United States

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Past articles by Jaclyn:

Newly empowered Virginia Democrats promise 'action' as General Assembly convenes

In the weeks since Democrats retook control of the state House and Senate, they have laid out an ambitious agenda. → Read More

Push for ratification of the Equal Rights Amendment

Supporters and some Democratic lawmakers say they are positive the amendment will pass in the 2020 session since Democrats control the House and Senate. → Read More

What cracking down on illegal robocall scams does for you

President Trump signed a measure to enact the Telephone Robocall Abuse Criminal Enforcement and Deterrence Act into law. → Read More

Small businesses push back against proposed minimum wage increase

There are more than a dozen labor and employment bills filed in preparation for the first day of the General Assembly session. More than half address minimum wage. → Read More

Va Attorney General fights to forgive non-violent offenders

The Commonwealth's Attorney General is renewing his call to forgive Virginians who have been convicted of non-violent, minor offenses. → Read More

Officials, business leaders discuss opioid crisis, its impact on Hampton Roads economy

Virginia officials and business leaders are discussing the opioid crisis and its impact on Hampton Roads' economy. → Read More

NAS Oceana officials considering private development on base

Opening underutilized parts of property to manufacturing or warehousing will help reduce ownership costs and redirect resources to warfighting missions. → Read More

Elizabeth City residents assess the damage after Hurricane Dorian

Ninety-five-year-old Thelma Horner sustained more damage after the 80-foot pine tree in her front yard toppled over. → Read More

Notorious Outer Banks restaurant forced to close for Dorian

As Hurricane Dorian slammed through the Outer Banks, loyal customers still showed up expecting for it to be open. Instead, they left disappointed. → Read More

Outer Banks couple reveals secrets to riding out a hurricane

Between 50 years of marriage, a handful of grandchildren and 15 years in the Outer Banks, they said they don’t believe Hurricane Dorian will be a big deal. → Read More

Oceanfront businesses hoping to cash in before unofficial end to summer

Each year, businesses rely on the summer rush to make the bulk of their money for the year. → Read More

Number of child abuse and neglect deaths are 'consistently high' in Hampton Roads

'I think it continues to be a dire situation in that any child death is a dire situation,' said Gail Davidson, Child Protective Services Consultant. → Read More

Condominiums proposed in troubled Chesapeake neighborhood

Chesapeake City Council will decide if they want to move forward with proposed condominiums in the Holly Cove community. → Read More

Virginia joins lawsuit against Trump administration on immigration rule

Herring and the other attorneys general argue the new rules will cause 'irreparable harm' and deter noncitizens from seeking 'essential' public assistance. → Read More

Congressional push to change Federal Firefighter work schedules

A report shows 82% of DoD installations across the country follow an Alternate Work Schedule, leaving Navy Region Mid-Atlantic in the minority. → Read More

AG Herring: Fear of rising white supremacy

President Trump said his rhetoric brings people together, but Attorney General Mark Herring said the president is the one spurring white nationalist ideology. → Read More

Election security back in the spotlight after Mueller's testimony

In a key moment, Robert Mueller warned that Russians are intensifying their efforts to attack U.S. elections, saying, 'They’re doing it as we sit here.' → Read More

Man's rape allegation moves to trial; his DNA linked to other rapes

Powanzieo Griffin's DNA is linked to four other rape cases spanning Hampton Roads, including Newport News, Virginia Beach, Williamsburg, and Chesapeake. → Read More

Inspectors scrutinize Newport News Shipbuilding

New documents reveal OSHA slapped Huntington Ingalls Industries with a $13,260 fine after discovering hazardous work conditions on walking-working surfaces. → Read More

Man sentenced to two life sentences for attempted murder of two Hampton police officers

At the conclusion of a three-day trial, jurors handed down two life sentences plus 163 years behind bars for Leonard Morrison. → Read More