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Virginia Beach is the most populated city in the state of Virginia and the 42nd largest city in the U.S. This resort city boasts miles of beautiful beaches as well as hundreds of hotels, motels and restaurants. The city is the annual home of the East Coast Surfing Championships as well as the North American Sand Soccer Championship. Virginia Beach is also home to several state parks and three military bases.

Population: 433575
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Local Colleges: Regent University Atlantic University

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Virginia Beach News
Kroger plans to build one of its massive Marketplaces in Norfolk

A Kmart store at 6101 N. Military Hwy. in Norfolk, seen in late 2016, closed this year.

Man killed by Virginia Beach police had violent history with women, ex-wife's family speaks

Virginia Beach police shot and killed a man Tuesday morning after they said he ran and then pointed a gun at them. This happened while they were responding to a domestic situation at the Mayflower Apartments at the oceanfront.

Virginia Beach Boy Scout leader honored for saving man's life

Back in April, we met Joseph Watts who was thrown from his motorcycle along with his wife after a mini-van didn't stop for a red light. Medics say he would have been dead from blood loss if it wasn't for Randy Sparling - a Virginia Beach Boy Scout leader who just so happened to be chaperoning a group of students to Busch Gardens.

Be a man!': Va. Beach mom wants hit-and-run driver to surrender

VIRGINIA BEACH, Va. Julie Miller says her son would rather not talk about getting hit by a truck in Red Mill, but she is determined to find the driver who left the 27-year-old injured on the side of road.

Military Dream Week: Virginia Beach family receives $500

Zachary Bowstring serves in the U.S. Navy while his wife, Stacey, operates a small business out of their home. But she spends most of her day raising four young kids ages 2-8, including their nephew.

Most East Coasters Believe The Allure Of Virginia Beach Doesn't End With The Summer

VIRGINIA BEACH, Va: Virginia Beach often conjures up visions of summer vacations lounging by the beach, however, more and more vacationers look to other times of year to take a relaxing trip by the sea, found an online survey conducted by Wakefield Research for the Virginia Beach Convention and Visitors Bureau. In fact, 83 percent of Americans in the Mid-Atlantic and Northeast are likely to take a beach vacation at times other than the summer season, and most of these East Coasters have their sights set on Virginia Beach as a likely prospect for their off-season getaway.

Hampton Roads businesses, residents come together to help hurricane victims

The donations were collected as part of the Hampton Roads Helps initiative. Camila Baker, 6, and her siblings, Gabriela, 4, and Cesar, 2, along with their aunt, Maria Quan, carry supplies to a truck during the Hurricane Florence Relief Aid Supply drive on Monday, September 17, 2018, in Virginia Beach.

Community members offer support to Hurricane Florence victims

Community members drop supplies off at the Hurricane Florence Relief Aid Supply drive held in Virginia Beach, Va., on Monday, September 17, 2018. No name-calling, personal insults or threats.

Take your dog to this Virginia Beach waterpark this weekend

What's better than you and your dog being able to play together at a water park on a hot summer day? Nothing we can think of right now. The Wags N' Waves 2018 event will take place Sunday, Sept.

Teen sentenced to 75 years for his role in random Virginia Beach shooting spree

Zacarias Aguilar Ayala, 34, was fatally shot Friday, Dec. 2, 2016 in a mobile home park off Old Clubhouse Road in Virginia Beach. A homicide detective testified during a hearing in Juvenile and Domestic Relations District Court on March 28, 2017 that 17-year-old Angelo Worlds admitted he shot the father of three, and said it was because he "was the only one there at the time."

Property, streets threatened as flooding continues in southern Virginia Beach

Mark Malbon Sr.'s front yard in southern Virginia Beach on Tuesday was the most flooded it's ever been, he said. A section of Pocaty Road in Chesapeake, which shares its name with a nearby river, was flooded Tuesday at the intersection of Blackwater Road.

Pungo restaurant floods "worse than ever before" on same...

Tuesday was planned to be a momentous day for the Cleanthes brothers. It still was, just not how they planned.

Virginia Beach to vote on covering $54K landfill search in Bellamy Gamboa murder case

A vote Tuesday at Virginia Beach's city council meeting will decide how Virginia Beach Police will pay for evidence collected in a city landfill as part of a murder investigation. VBPD is requesting that $54,424 be allocated from the Police Federal and State Seized Assets Special Revenue Fund to be used to pay for evidence found in the Bethel Landfill connected with Bellamy Gamboa's murder.

View the stars with your Virginia Beach Public Library card

Virginia Beach Public Library now has two Orion telescopes available to borrow for free with a Virginia Beach Public Library card. Back Bay Amateur Astronomers donated the telescopes, which you can now check out from Central Library.

First Warning Traffic - Roads closed due to flooding, road work and bridge openings Tuesday

South wind tides have caused flooding in the southern area, soma a a a a e roadways may be closed/a impassable. Minor flooding on some of our roads due to an increase in the water levels along the Rivers/Albemarle Sound from a southeast wind.

5 tractor-trailers filled with supplies headed from Virginia Beach to NC

VIRGINIA BEACH, Va. An outpouring of support for residents in North Carolina affected by Hurricane Florence helped to fill five tractor-trailers full of supplies in just four days.

Virginia Beach schools using Virtual Learning Days in aftermath of Florence

Virginia Beach City Public Schools is preparing to utilize three Virtual Learning Days to make up for three days-worth of missed classes due to Hurricane Florence. Virtual Learning Days are a way to grow students' capacity for independent learning while utilizing online resources, according to VBCPS.

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