A house fire in the South Norfolk section of Chesapeake early Thursday morning displaced a mother and her four children.
In the simulation, each of the students encountered an armed man and each of them shot the suspect when confronted.
According to court filings, the site has more than three million tons of coal ash buried under ground.
Deep Creek Elementary School was evacuated for part of Wednesday Morning due to a gas leak.
Jenny DiRese was working in the concession stand when the money was taken. On Monday, she entered an Alford plea.
Family members of the victim tell 10 On Your Side he was a father and was going to turn 56 Wednesday.
Traffic was diverted to Interstate 264 east. All lanes are now back open and the scene is clear.
Ballahack Road in Chesapeake has now reopened.
The accident caused delays for motorists on I-64 looking to get off onto Battlefield Boulevard.
Dispatchers say emergency crews were called to the scene at 5:45 p.m.
The bear cubs were involved in accidents in Chesapeake and Suffolk over the weekend.
Crews responded to a car fire on Interstate 464 North Monday, causing the closure of the Military Highway exit.
Police are investigating an attempted robbery that happened at the Tinee Giant in the 1000 block of Jackson Avenue.
Police say a suspect robbed a store, then robbed a pedestrian and fired shots into a witness’ vehicle.
Phase One of the project will widen eight miles of the High Rise Bridge section of I-64.