Aleah Hordges, WTKR NewsChannel 3

Aleah Hordges

WTKR NewsChannel 3

Houghton, MI, United States

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Past articles by Aleah:

Community speaks out against proposed plan to add mixed-income housing apartments

City council members approved rezoning permits of the area from light industrial and general industrial to transit-oriented development support on January 29. → Read More

Chesapeake elementary school taking action to help families during government shutdown

Grassfield Elementary School students are trying to help families by starting a non perishable food drive. → Read More

Local man survives hit-and-run without a scratch on I-264 in Norfolk

State police are looking for a driver of a white mini van with possible front end damage who caused the crash on 264 in Norfolk just before 9:30 a.m. on January 14. → Read More

Caught on camera: Burglars break into Chesapeake business, steal dozens of drones

News 3 obtained surveillance video of what appears to be four burglars inside DJI Store Virginia in October. → Read More

VDOT crews preparing roads for possible snow on the way

With the chance of winter weather this weekend, VDOT is using the calm before the storm to prepare for any treacherous conditions. → Read More

Family holds Portsmouth City Council accountable for 12-year-old’s murder

The death of Kemon Battle, 12, prompted De'Andre Barnes to speak at the city council meeting to ask for help keeping kids off the streets and out of trouble on January 8. → Read More

Historical church in Portsmouth counting their blessings after huge fire a year ago today

Monumental Methodist Church is hosting a service of blessings to commemorate what was lost after a huge fire a year ago today. → Read More

Girls Scouts handing out free holiday treats to military members at airport

NORFOLK, Va. - Local Girl Scouts handed out sweet holiday treats to active military members at Norfolk International Airport this afternoon. Plenty of assorted nuts, candies and snacks were rolled in a red cart. U. → Read More

Thief from Norfolk business took employees out of work days before Christmas

Meadow Green Builders sent employees home after the owner said their trailer dump truck and tools inside were stolen overnight on December 16. → Read More

Chesapeake police gives drivers turkeys instead of traffic tickets to spread holiday cheer

CHESAPEAKE, Va. - It's the first time officer Angie Watterson said she wasn't the bear of bad news during a traffic stop. "It makes me feel good especially because then they don't have to worry about paying that ticket and then they can have a good holiday with a turkey," Watterson said. → Read More

7-year-old Virginia Beach girl raises money for National Wreaths Across America Day

Kirkpatrick has brought in at least $4, 500 to lay 300 wreaths on each grave at Arlington National Cemetery → Read More

New technology to help improve emergency care between first responders and Chesapeake Regional

The new Pulsara mobile app will be used by Chesapeake Regional Medical Center's medical professionals and the Chesapeake Fire Department (EMS) to treat patients more efficiently. → Read More

Local tree farms staying open despite winter storm during busy holiday season

Cindy's Produce and Hunt Club Farm said they're still expecting customers despite winter storm ahead → Read More

Winter storm ahead has Virginia Beach neighbors anchoring down Christmas decorations

News 3 is tracking a winter storm that is expected to hit Hampton Roads region December 9-10 → Read More

Woman brings Santa Claus to her home for families who can’t afford to meet him anywhere else

A homeowner in Norfolk invites Santa Claus to her home for families who can't afford to see him before Christmas. → Read More

Neighbors concerned of coal ash pollution from Yorktown Power Station

The Virginia Department of Environmental Quality and the Environmental Protection Agency answered questions from people who live near the Yorktown Power Station Thursday night. → Read More

Layaway Christmas gifts payed in full for military families at Langley Airforce Base

Ten shopping carts filled with toys rolled in the Army and Airforce Exchange Service at Langley on Thursday. → Read More

Norfolk shop owner restores bikes, donates to homeless for Christmas

Hunds Recycle Factory Owner is taking action to help the homeless by restoring old bicycles for them to get around in Norfolk → Read More

Chesapeake family tradition helps feeds hundreds of people on Thanksgiving

Buffalow Family feeds the community with Thanksgiving meals for the 9th year → Read More

How to stay safe while shopping during the Black Friday rush

Many stores across Hampton Roads are beefing up security for Black Friday shopping this week, and police are warning customers about holiday shopping thieves who are looking for an opportunity to steal your gifts. → Read More