Honda says the recall was issued because of problems with latching the vans’ seats.
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The couple left without their meal and filed complaints with state health inspectors and Waffle House corporate officials.
Nearly four million cubic yards of sand dredged from offshore areas will be used to re-nourish the beach next summer.
Highlights: economic growth ‘disappointing,’ labor market conditions improved and a close look at the opioid overdoses in the state.
In light of recent widespread allegations of sexual abuse, the Girl Scouts of America is stressing the importance of setting boundaries.
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Norfolk Police say a 23-year-old man was shot in the 800 block of Goff Street Sunday night.
The around-the-clock food drive collected 15,000 more meals than last year for those in need.
Entine sued after university officials said the dog had to go because another student in the house is allergic
Norfolk Community Services Board (CSB) and Norfolk Prevention Coalition are providing free training to help with opioid overdose.
Nearly 100 pets were vaccinated during the debut of their mobile rabies clinic.
Members of the Newport News Police South Precinct were among the volunteers during the annual event.
Baskets filled with Thanksgiving food were passed out to the less fortunate in Chesapeake during the 9th Annual Turkey Trailer.
Flake was at a tax reform event in Mesa, Arizona on Friday night when he was caught bashing the president in a conversation with a friend.
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