YouTube Search Tricks and Tools

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WGNT Web Producer Holly Henry explains how to use the popular search tools and trick for YouTube. Here are the shortcuts to finding your favorite viral and music videos without the hassle.

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5 Weeks, 5 Workouts – Workout Wednesdays on WGNT

Workout Wednesday with Kristen Crowley

Kristen Crowley, our WTKR/WGNT Traffic Reporter, has teamed up with local fitness experts for five weeks of workout segments.

Check out this page I made for Kristen – watch as she guides us through Body Design, Hot Yoga, fun with kettle bells, and more!

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Click here to see Kristen’s videos.

 

 

 

 

 

Workout Wednesday – Jim White Fitness Studios

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

PHOTOS: Body Design with Kristen Crowley

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

3 shot in Newport News, school temporarily put on lockdown

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By Holly Henry, WTKR Online Producer

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Newport News police are investigating after three people were shot Tuesday morning.

Officials say around 11:45 a.m. Tuesday morning, Newport News police and medics responded to a report of a shooting at 33rd Street and Marshall Avenue. 

When officers arrived, they found three victims – two males and one female – all suffering what appears to be non life-threatening injuries.

All victims were taken to a local hospital.

Detectives are following up on information regarding possible suspects and other information.

The female victim appears to be an innocent victim, according to police. 

Police say the school resource officer at Huntington Middle School heard the call as it was dispatched, and the school was immediately put on lockdown.

After about five to ten minutes, the lockdown was lifted.

Stay with NewsChannel 3 for updates.

 

 

Boil order issued for Sandbridge residents

By Holly Henry, WTKR Online Producer

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Officials are advising Sandbridge residents to boil water before drinking as a result of a water main break Friday morning.

The water main break occurred at approximately 3 a.m. on February 17, 2012. 

A “boil water” notice has been issued for Virginia Beach residents on the public water system who live in the Sandbridge Beach community, and the two realty companies on Sandbridge Road.

The boil order will remain in effect until further notice, officials say. It does not include Dam Neck Military Base.

Officials say that once the public water is restored, it may be used to wash clothes, flush toilets, or for other non-consumptive uses.  However, prior to drinking water from the city’s public water system or using it for food preparation, residents are advised to bring the water to a rolling boil for approximately one minute. This will destroy bacteria that may have contaminated the drinking water.

Emergency crews are warning residents to use extreme caution with boiling water, to avoid burns. Allow the water to cool before using.

Hot tap water or water from a hot water heater are not substitutes for boiling water, as the water may not be hot enough to destroy the bacteria.

Crews say if your freezer has an automatic icemaker, discard all the ice cubes and turn off the icemaker until the “boil water” notice is lifted.

Virginia Beach Public Utilities employees are working to restore the water quality as soon as possible. If you have questions regarding the notice, please call the Virginia Beach Public Utilities Laboratory from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m., Monday through Friday, at 385-1400. On weekends or after normal business hours, call 385-3111.

 

 

 

 

Sailor surprises daughters at school

 

 

 

 

 

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Chief Yeoman Michael Harvey is home for a short term leave – but his daughter had no idea.

The dad surprised his girls at Independence Middle School last night.

Shayenne and her 11-year-old little sister were overwhelmed to see and hug their dad. Their father is assigned to the USS Carl Vinson.

 

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BREAKING NEWS: Crews respond to school bus accident on Route 58

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By Holly Henry, WTKR/WGNT Online Producer

Suffolk, VA
According to Suffolk police, the driver of a minivan died as a result of a traffic accident involving a school bus this morning.

Suffolk emergency crews received calls at 9:07 a.m. Wednesday morning regarding an accident on Route 58 Westbound and Route 10 (Godwin Boulevard).

Police say the van was traveling westbound and crossed over the median, hitting the bus head-on in the eastbound lane. Police say the van was wedged under the school bus.

No children were on the bus at the time.  The driver of the bus was treated at the scene by Suffolk Fire and Rescue.

The identity of the driver of the minivan is unknown at this time. 

The cause of the accident is under investigation.

 

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Web Package: Mo Money Taxes locations closed in Norfolk

Holly Henry, WTKR Online Producer

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Mo Money Taxes, a chain of tax preparation businesses, has shut down all Norfolk, Virginia locations.

Norfolk police executed search warrants to all locations in the Mermaid City. Police also have taken the company’s computers for the investigation.

NewsChannel 3 went with one person who tried to cash their check from the company today.

The bank put a 2-day hold on the check, saying they’ve never heard of the company that issued it.

Click here to watch the video – Laurie Simmons reports.

 

 

 

 

 

 

Here are additional links to related content on WTKR.com:

 

Mo Money Taxes locations closed in Norfolk

Angry taxpayers gather outside of Mo Money Taxes demanding refund

Angry taxpayers demand refunds from ‘Mo Money’

Mo Money Customers Get Refund, Others Still Waiting

Mo Money Customers Complain Across US, IRS Responds to Delays

MO Money Tax Loan Checks Delayed Monday

CEO of Mo Money apologizes

Mo Money Taxes: Two Congressmen Ask For Investigation

Videos advertising Mo Money services emerge

Info: Virginia Free File Program