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Located on the Chesapeake Bay, it has a long history as a strategic military and transportation point. Norfolk Naval Base is the world's largest such base, and the world's largest military alliance, the North Atlantic Treaty Organization, has its defense headquarters here. Bordered by multiple bodies of water, Norfolk is linked to its neighbors by an extensive network of interstate highways, bridges, tunnels, and bridge-tunnel complexes.

Population: 234403
Local Newspapers: The Virginian-Pilot
Local Sports Teams: Norfolk Tides (Triple A Baseball) Norfolk Admirals (AHL)
Local Colleges: Old Dominion

Zip Codes associated with norfolk, virginia: 22304 23502 23503 23504 23505 23507 23508 23509 23510 23513 23517 23518 23523
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Virginia man petitions to replace Portsmouth Confederate monument with statue of Missy Elliott

After the tragic events in Charlottesville , there's been a lot of debate over whether or not to take down statues of Confederate soldiers. One local man wants to put an end to the arguing by erecting a monument for a local music icon instead.

Norfolk Botanical Garden to host 7th annual Honey Bee Festival Saturday

Norfolk Botanical Garden and the Beekeepers Guild of Southeast Virginia will hose the 7th annual Virginia Honey Bee Festifal from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Guests will enjoy children's activities, demonstrations, honey products and samples, a costume "Waggle Dance" with the NBG Queen Bee and more.

Fear, resolve and more security at Charlottesville's temple

Alexander Holtz, 7, of Ashburn, Va., draws a heart on sidewalk in Charlottesville, Va., Friday, Aug. 18, 2017, near the site where Heather Heyer was killed. Heyer was struck by a car while protesting a white nationalist rally on Saturday Aug. 12. less Alexander Holtz, 7, of Ashburn, Va., draws a heart on sidewalk in Charlottesville, Va., Friday, Aug. 18, 2017, near the site where Heather Heyer was killed.

Commonwealth's Attorney rules 2016 Norfolk officer-involved shooting justified

Commonwealth's Attorney Gregory D. Underwood ruled that the Norfolk Police officer-involved shooting that left a man wounded last year was justified, according to a letter sent Friday. No charges will be sought in the incident that left Linwood Raynor injured after being shot by Norfolk Police Officer J. Beasley.

Norfolk CA: Officer was justified in 2016 shooting that injured man

The Norfolk Commonwealth's Attorney has ruled that an officer was justified in shooting an armed man last year. The man survived the shooting.

How to spend your Powerball winnings

NORFOLK Va.- It would be a dream to win the Powerball. So if your fingers are crossed for the big drawing on Saturday, let us indulge you.

For Bobby Scott, a District Carved in Calm

At a recent town hall here in Virginia's second most populous city, Rep. Robert C. Scott patiently took questions from more than two dozen residents waiting in line. The queue stretched to the very back of a high school auditorium with some standing for the entire portion of the two-hour public meeting.

Virginia man pleads guilty to trying to fund Islamic State

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Community 43 mins ago 8:11 p.m.Breathing new life into Norfolk's Wards Corner

It's one of the main thoroughfares into Norfolk from I-64, so there's no lack of drivers passing through. And when you look back at history, the corridor was once a retail giant, even called the "Times Square of the South" by many people after World War II.

True Religion, Crocs, Armani Exchange coming to Norfolk outlets

The fight for the New York Giants' backup quarterback job is taking on a new dimension. Heading into the presea MINNEAPOLIS - Ryan Quigley favored basketball growing up in South Carolina and rarely watched NFL games.

Protest planned for tonight at Portsmouth Confederate statue

People are expected to protest the Confederate statue in Portsmouth, and argue for the memorial's removal. A Facebook event called "Remove the Stain Rally" plans for a protest at the monument at 6:30 p.m. Organizers say the monument that has sat in the center of the city since the 1800's leaves a dark cloud that holds the city hostage from progress.

First Warning Traffic - Thursday bridge openings and road closures

Alternating single-lane closures on I-64 east and west August 13-17, as early as 9 p.m. to 5 a.m., starting near Lee Hall and ending near Jefferson Avenue . The Sunday night eastbound closure will not begin before 10 p.m. Alternating single-lane closures on I-64 east and west from Colonial Parkway to Lee Hall August 13-17, starting as early as 8 p.m. until 5 a.m. the following morning.

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Candlelight vigil marches peacefully through U.Va. campus

The group sang several spirituals and observed a moment of silence for the three lives lost during Saturday's violence. Candlelight vigil marches peacefully through U.Va.

Family settles with PETA over removal, death of girl's dog

A family has settled a lawsuit against the People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals for taking a girl's unattended dog and euthanizing it, ending an attempt to effectively put PETA on trial for euthanizing hundreds of animals each year. The agreement was confirmed Wednesday by PETA and the family's attorney.

Norfolk Mayor Wants to Move Confederate Monument; Protests Planned Downtown

Mayor Kenny Alexander said he supports moving Norfolk's Confederate monument from downtown to Elmwood Cemetery, as a protest is planned at the site Wednesday afternoon. At 4 p.m., people will gather at the statue named Johnny Reb at the southeast corner of Commercial Place and East Main Street.

Norfolk professor says she predicted controversy over Confederate monuments

As the fallout over the White Nationalist rally and attack on counter-protesters in Charlottesville unfolds, a local history professor said she saw this coming. "About 20 years ago, I was telling my students we were probably entering the last gasp of the elite white men, and that's the period in which you see a demographic shift in American society, and because of that, you're going to see probably a backlash," said Norfolk State University history professor Dr. Cassandra Newby.

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