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Past articles by Arrianee:

Local woman helps create Regina King's Oscar-winning look

Virginia Beach's Nakoya Yancey designed the wig that Oscar winner Regina King wore to the award show. → Read More

Food truck owners rally outside Virginia Beach City Council's retreat

Currently, food trucks are prohibited from operating on private or public property unless there's a permitted event. A new ordinance before council would give food truck operators more options. → Read More

Hit-and-run victim in Norfolk in coma, family asks for help

An 85-year-old woman was put in a coma after someone hit her with a car in Norfolk and left her. Her family and police are trying to find who did it. → Read More

Government reopens; contractors in Hampton Roads not guaranteed pay, work

A government subcontractor for the past 30 years who lives in Chesapeake said she's not sure when she'll go back to work. → Read More

Furloughed IRS worker revives cheesecake business for extra income

A Chesapeake woman has revived her cheesecake business since she is furloughed during the partial government shutdown. → Read More

VERIFY: Are furloughed workers eligible for unemployment?

With the government shutdown continuing, are furloughed federal workers able to apply for unemployment benefits? → Read More

Hampton to take natural approach to tackle flooding

The City of Hampton could be the first in Virginia to take on projects that reduce flooding using environmental impact bonds. → Read More

Woman terrified after spotting security camera facing dressing room

A woman holiday shopping is outraged after she found a security camera, pointed into her dressing room. → Read More

'Filling the Gap' event collects toys for kids with incarcerated parents

The program is a way for the community to get involved and help a population of children who often feel forgotten. → Read More

Hampton University President share memories of President George H.W. Bush

President George H.W. Bush had several ties to Hampton Roads, and one included a close professional relationship with Hampton University President Dr. William Harvey. → Read More

City of Norfolk looking to hire an artist as part of 'Artist in Residence' program

Norfolk hopes to hire an artist as part of a new Artist-in-Residence program to help city employees think more creatively and weave a new artistic spirit into city government. → Read More

New NEON district mural honors veterans

A new mural in Norfolk remembers the honored fallen. → Read More

What happens if Norfolk Southern leaves Norfolk?

"Just the mere fact that Norfolk Southern is entertaining this move to Atlanta should send shockwaves throughout the Hampton Roads region." → Read More

Downtown Norfolk parking garage shootout raises safety concerns

Local residents are concerned about safety after a shooting took place in a downtown Norfolk parking garage. → Read More

International data center developer to invest $80 million in Virginia Beach

Rob Hudome with the City's Economic Development Department said the company is expected to bring nearly 60 jobs with an average annual income of $65,000 to the area. → Read More

Peace Corps kicks off 'Barbershop Tour' to reach men of color

NORFOLK, Va. (WVEC) — There’s a new tour passing through Hampton Roads with the goal of recruiting men of color for the Peace Corp. The group is called the Peace Corps HBCU Barbershop tour. Diversity Recruiter Dwayne Matthews said the barbershop tour brakes the mold of traditional recruitment campaigns. “We are going to Barbershops and HBCU's to target our population and demographics. It’s where… → Read More

New mural sheds light on domestic violence

The piece is meant to show how domestic violence affects people from different walks of life. → Read More

First Virtual Learning Day for Virginia Beach students

For Columbus Day, school's in Virginia Beach had Virtual Learning Day to make up missed days from Hurricane Florence. → Read More

Norfolk hero coach helps shield kids from violent street life

The Berkley Timberwolves and is a nonprofit youth sports program helping keep kids off the street and out of trouble. → Read More

Most of the country receives cell phone 'Presidential Alert' test

The Presidential Alert reached some, but not all. → Read More