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  1. Brown Recluse bites on the rise

    Brown Recluse bites on the rise

  2. Video appears to show ISIS beheading U.S. journalist

    Video appears to show ISIS beheading U.S. journalist

    A gruesome video released Tuesday appears to show an Islamist fighter beheading a U.S. freelance photographer who was kidnapped in Syria nearly two years ago.

  3. Update: Whale stranded in shallow water near Gilmerton Bridge

    Update: Whale stranded in shallow water near Gilmerton Bridge

    Boaters are being warned to stay away from the whale. The Virginia Aquarium is checking on its well-being today because they believe it's sick.

  4. Sheriff:  Mom made son walk 21 miles after argument in car

    Sheriff: Mom made son walk 21 miles after argument in car

  5. Police ID 17-year-old killed in Hampton shooting

    Police ID 17-year-old killed in Hampton shooting

    Police say Devin Harrison of Hampton was killed Tuesday night on Copperfield Road.

  6. Two arrested in viral video of autistic teen beating

  7. Supreme Court puts a hold on gay marriage in Virginia

    Supreme Court puts a hold on gay marriage in Virginia

    The ruling puts on hold a federal appeals court's verdict last month striking down the state's ban on gay marriage. The case, being appealed to the Supreme Court.

  8. Man fakes death to avoid getting married

    Man fakes death to avoid getting married

    A man who didn't want to go through with a wedding tried to get out of it by getting his fiancee to believe that he had killed himself, according to video from Huffington Post.

  9. Elderly Fla. woman knocked unconscious in violent purse snatch

    Elderly Fla. woman knocked unconscious in violent purse snatch

    An elderly Florida woman is recovering from a violent attack inside a grocery store.

  10. Rosemary Church

    CNN anchor blasted for asking why police aren't using water cannons

    In a segment on the use of tear gas in the Ferguson, Mo., protests, CNN International Anchor Rosemary Church asked why police are using this strategy instead of others to disperse crowds.

  11. Deputies crack down on antique plates

    Deputies crack down on antique plates

    Drivers would use antique tags, even if their car didn't fit the category, to avoid the extra fees at the DMV, but the policy has changed.

  12. Peanut, almond butter recalled for salmonella risk

    They were sold under the brand names Arrowhead Mills peanut butters and MaraNatha almond butters and peanut butters. Also being recalled were some lots of private label almond butter from Whole Foods, Trader Joe's Kroger and Safeway.

  13. Hampton Roads Mugshot Gallery, Summer 2014

    Hampton Roads Mugshot Gallery, Summer 2014

  14. Cookie Monster and President Bush take on the Ice Bucket Challenge

    Cookie Monster and President Bush take on the Ice Bucket Challenge

  15. Supreme Court considers delaying same-sex marriage in Virginia

    Supreme Court considers delaying same-sex marriage in Virginia

    Despite his support of ending Virginia's gay marriage ban, Attorney General Mark Herring is asking the Supreme Court to delay same-sex marriages in Virginia until they hear the case.

  16. Virginia prepares for possibility of gay marriage

    Virginia prepares for possibility of gay marriage

    Unless the U.S. Supreme Court intervenes, same-sex marriages will be legal beginning at 8 a.m. Thursday.

  17. Beach man charged after allegedly exposing himself to children

    Beach man charged after allegedly exposing himself to children

    According to police, 43-year-old Larry G. Leverett Jr. stopped to ask for directions on Green Lakes Drive on Aug. 11 and exposed himself to two juveniles.

  18. Battleship Wisconsin open for overnight stays

    Battleship Wisconsin open for overnight stays

  19. Reaction after Supreme Court blocks gay marriage in Virginia

    "We are disappointed that the many thousands of gay and lesbian couples in Virginia who seek legal recognition of their love will not yet have their day, but we know that day is coming," said Rev. Robin Gorsline.

  20. Virginia Beach Police begin neighborhood surveys

    Virginia Beach Police begin neighborhood surveys

    The department hopes to strengthen connections between the police and community members and help the department obtain information on what is needed to improve safety.