Zak Dahlheimer, WTVR CBS 6 Richmond

Zak Dahlheimer

WTVR CBS 6 Richmond

Norfolk, VA, United States

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  • WTVR CBS 6 Richmond
  • WTKR NewsChannel 3
  • 10 News San Diego
  • CBS 17
  • WNCT
  • WKBN 27 First News
  • KSN News Wichita
  • 8News WRIC Richmond
  • KESQ News Channel 3

Past articles by Zak:

Volunteers continue search for missing Virginia 4-year-old 15 days later

Tuesday marked Day 15 since 4-year-old Codi Bigsby of Hampton was reported missing by his father, Cory Bigsby. But many volunteers are still focused on finding any traces of Codi. → Read More

Virginia Beach School Board passes motion approving policies for transgender students

It’s been a highly debated topic across Hampton Roads for weeks. Tuesday, students, advocates and families who are both for and against the policies continued to make their voices heard. → Read More

'We want the tape': Protests continue in North Carolina following funeral for Andrew Brown Jr.

Monday night, many marched throughout Elizabeth City hours after Andrew Brown Jr.’s funeral. → Read More

President Trump, local leaders respond to unrest in Washington

President Trump asked everyone involved to remain peaceful. → Read More

UNC study shows mouth as 'primary source' of COVID-19 spread, infection

Researchers at the University of North Carolina are revealing how our mouths are a primary source of infection and spread of the virus. → Read More

Hampton Roads police preparing for Election Day

Police in Hampton Roads are getting ready to ensure a safe Election Day. → Read More

Virginia company using jellyfish to find COVID-19 in air

A Virginia company is unveiling a brand new technology, with help from jellyfish, to help in the fight against COVID-19. → Read More

Duke scientists develop test identifying viral infections before symptoms show up

News 3 talked with Duke scientists who have developed a test that can accurately find viral infections before symptoms show up. → Read More

A look at COVID-19 business guideline enforcement throughout Hampton Roads

News 3 is digging deeper into enforcement of COVID-19 business guidelines in Hampton Roads. → Read More

Virginia Beach company making millions of masks during COVID-19 pandemic

A Virginia Beach small business is meeting big demands spawned by the COVID-19 pandemic. → Read More

Hampton Roads teachers, school districts looking ahead to new school year

Virginia Beach teachers are looking forward to whatever the new school year may bring. Virginia Beach City Public Schools announced three possible scenarios of what the 2020-2021 school year could look like. → Read More

Preparing for hurricane season during the COVID-19 pandemic

Some tips include giving yourself more time than usual to prepare emergency food, water and medicine supplies. → Read More

Medical supply store open, supporting workers during pandemic

A supply store in Suffolk is keeping their doors open for local heroes. → Read More

Hampton 7-year-old helping service members during COVID-19 pandemic

One Hampton girl is taking action to help others during the COVID-19 pandemic. → Read More

COVID-19 pandemic impacting Hampton Roads child care programs

A recent study by the National Association for the Education of Young Children (NAEYC) is reporting some child care centers have completely closed around the country. → Read More

Craft breweries feeling impacts of COVID-19 pandemic

The pandemic has impacted Kenny Van Hook's Norfolk brewery. He told News 3 his sales have dropped 93 to 95% and that he had to furlough most of his staff. → Read More

RVs 4 MDs helping first responders, healthcare workers during pandemic

A Facebook group is helping first responders and healthcare workers at the forefront of the COVID-19 pandemic. → Read More

3rd Mt. Olive student dies following crash involving tractor-trailer

MOUNT OLIVE, N.C. (WNCN) – A third student at the University of Mount Olive has died following a March 13 crash, the school announced. Jett Swetland died on Monday. “Our thoughts and prayers are with the Swetland family at this time, and for the many difficult days ahead. The UMO family continues to struggle with […] → Read More

UNC doctors developing test to spot coronavirus, diagnose patients

CHAPEL HILL, N.C. (WNCN) — Dr. Melissa Miller and others at UNC are keeping tabs on the coronavirus outbreak. For weeks, their team has been working in Chapel Hill developing a test to spot the virus and diagnose patients. “We’re going to detect specific sequences that are only found in that virus, and we can […] → Read More

Travelers react after TSA finds 3-D printed firearms at RDU Airport

RALEIGH, N.C. (WNCN) — Before flying through Raleigh-Durham International Airport (RDU) Friday, Chuck Dennis is learning about 3-D printed replica firearms recently found in a carry-on bag by Transportation Security Administration (TSA) officers at the airport. “certainly looks real,” Dennis said when looking at a picture of the firearms found. TSA officials tell CBS […] → Read More