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the victim )s husband john mackay - was sentenced to 28. his mistress nicole houchin was sentenced to nearly 24 years. nicole )s husband - nace houchin junior received 40 years and a 4th man gregory crawford was sentenced to 17 years. 42-year-old dana mackay was found dead by a neighbor inside her teal way home back in 2013. she had suffered several stab wounds to the face. records show - nace kicked open danas bedroom door and beat her to death with a long socket wrench. police later found out that the group plotted to kill dana for 20-
right now police are searching for the driver who led them on a two city car chase - then crashed into a home. this picture shows what the car looked like after it hit the building. this was on stoney point north and john hancock lane in norfolk. it all started in chesapeake-- when an officer tried to pull the driver over for equipment failure. the man refused to stop-- taking the officer on a chase through interstate 264-- and into the stony point neighborhood. the driver crashed into the side of the home-- got out and ran. the woman who lives there said the impact of the crash shook her
no one was hurt. police say they are working a lead but have not yet made an arrest. we saw more of the sun today but not everything has melted. gloucester county schools just announced they will be on a two hour delay tomorrow. so far that )s our only school cancelation or delay. and patrick -- will tomorrow help thaw out any of those leftover ice patches? falling temperatures, falling rain, and maybe a little falling snow! a strong cold front is bearing down on our area. ahead of that front southwest winds have warmed many of us well into the 60s this
but that cold front will bring us a few showers on wednesday and falling temperatures. we will start off the day in the 40s and end up in the 30s in the afternoon. that cold front will push out into the atlantic, and an area of low pressure will develop and move along it. some forecast models bring it close enough to produce some rain on friday, possibly starting with a little bit of snow. but by the afternoon we expect clearing skies and high temperatures back in the 50s. then we will enjoy a warming trend for the weekend. expect high temperatures in the low-to-mid 50s on saturday with plenty of sunshine and in the low 60s on
parts of our area are hoping the warmer temperatures today - will help melt the snow and ice still covering some of the roads. for a third day -- york county, williamsburg- james city county and gloucester county schools were closed. newschannel 3 s erica greenway has more how things are looking in york county. for a third day -- york county schools were closed and they
crunching snow is why.a thick sheet of snow and ice still covered some of the roads. this is what devonshire road in the banbury cross area looked like around noon. felton mill road was also coated with snow and ice in some spots. school officials received a number of complaints on their facebook page about the decision to cancel classes again -- with some saying it was ridiculous because roads were clear. we spoke to dr. carl james - chief operations officer for the school division over the phone he told us -- as these roads show -- conditions can be vastly different from one area to the next. he says they had crews out working to finish clearing
crews back out clearing roads in neighborhoods to try to make them safe enough for buses. in york county -- erica greenway -- newschannel 3. our team coverage continues in norfolk with todd corillo - todd - the storm took a toll on blood donations? that )s right barbara- winter weather has canceled hundreds of blood drives across 20 states -- and this weekend s storm canceled even more -- putting the red cross into a tough spot during an already hard time of year. january is always a tough month for the red cross when it comes to blood and platelet donations -- but mix in severe winter weather with a big east coast snowstorm -- and now they re
at this donation center in virginia beach -- sally whitaker was one of many rolling up her sleeve to donate the appeal for platelet donations is especially urgent in light of the winter storm it only has a shelf life of five days and with winter far from over -- the red cross says the need for donations is especially important right now. increase in demand for blood can also go up during severe weather events while donations go down -- to find out how you can take action - simply click over to this story on w-t-k-r dot com. live in norfolk -- todd corillo--newscha nnel 3.
weather will impact your commute with the newschannel three app. get the newest weather and traffic alerts sent right to your smartphone or tablet. download the free app today - by heading to wtkr dot com slash apps. a 22-year old man is fighting for his life after falling while working in hampton. it happened just after 10 this morning on wells court near the hampton center apartments. when crews got there -- they say they found a man suffering from a possible work related injury. he was taken to the hospital with life threatening injuries. police say they are trying to figure out how this accident happened. virginia beach police need you to take action against crime. they are looking for the person that held up a frozen yogurt shop. it happened just before nine last night at the skinny dip on providence road. police say the guy you see here -- ked the cashier to make change for him. once the employee opened the register-- the robber implied he had a weapon and demanded money. after the guy got the cash-- he took off. no one was hurt.
1-888-lock-u-up. hampton police say calls to crime line led them to a man wanted in a carjacking earlier this month. police arrested 25-year-old james drew. investigators say about two weeks ago-- drew carjacked a man on michigan drive. that man wasnt hurt. police say your calls to the crime line helped them track down the carjacker. hes now facing several charges. breaking news -- dave hansen has just been named the new city manager of virginia beach. city leaders made the announcement moments ago - after a voting session this evening. the new manager will replace james spore - who served as virginia beach city manager for 24 years. he retired last month. coming up on newschannel three at five - the governor stops into hampton roads - with good news. jobs are coming! plus - a new bill could make it easter for convicts to get a
police are investigating a stabbing at a oceanfront hotel. we )re told the stabbing happened just before three this afternoon at the edgewater hotel on atlantic avenue. the man was stabbed near his chest and was rushed to the hospital. police believe a woman who knows him - is responsible for the attack. newschannel three has a crew there now gathering more details.
we now know what caused an norfolk. officials say the fire. the man who lived at the home on westminster avenue - woke up 3:30 this morning. he quickly got out. when crews arrived they saw smoke billowing from the attic of the two story home. crews were able to put the fire out and check for any hot spots in the homes insulation. no one was hurt. officials say the home did not have working smoke alarms. 50 new jobs will be created in newport news. that was the announcement from governor terry mcauliffe today. it )s all part of an expansion an by the company print-pack. the flexible packaging company says they will invest over 25 million dollars to expand its manufacturing operations in newport news. as the governor told us today -
since mcauliffe has been in office-- over 500 economic development deals have been made. falling temperatures, falling rain, and maybe a little falling snow! a strong cold front is bearing down on our area. ahead of that front southwest winds have warmed many of us well into the 60s this afternoon. but that cold front will bring us a few showers on wednesday and falling temperatures.
the day in the 40s and end up in the 30s in the afternoon. that cold front will push out into the atlantic, and an area of low pressure will develop and move along it. some forecast models bring it close enough to produce some rain on friday, possibly starting with a little bit of snow. but by the afternoon we expect clearing skies and high temperatures back in the 50s. then we will enjoy a warming trend for the weekend. expect high temperatures in the low-to-mid 50s on saturday with plenty of sunshine and in the low 60s on
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a new bill to make it easier for former convicts to find jobs is one step closer to becoming law. the virginia senate recently passed the "ban the box" bill. the measure bars state agencies from looking into a candidate s criminal background before ( making a job offer. supporters say the bill allows well-qualified applicants to be considered for positions -- regardless of their past. opponents of the measure say the legislation raises liability
the search is on for a virginia grandmother - who police say was abducted - moments after her husband was murdered. scandalous new details are emerging about what went on inside some chesapeake massage parlors. the sun came out today - and helped thaw out what was left from the winter storm. folks at the oceanfront are taking advance now because tomorrow it could be a different
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