Many residential and neighborhood roads are still covered with snow and ice days after a major snowstorm hit Hampton Roads.
The shooting happened just before 8:09 p.m. near the intersection of Colony Road and Smucker Road.
Crews are still working to get the fire under control, but an earlier search did reveal one confirmed fatality.
Firefighters received the call at 6:38 p.m. and arrived to find flooding throughout the building.
Matt Klepeisz with the Virginia Aquarium said the dolphin was first reported stranded at 11 a.m. on Sunday.
No injuries were reported, but the home’s single occupant has been displaced.
Hampton Roads Transit will return Monday on a limited basis for select major roadways.
The fire is being investigated.
No injuries were reported during this incident.
One person is in the hospital with critical injuries after a fire damaged a home Sunday morning in the Port Norfolk section of the city.
Heavy smoke and flames were coming from the home when firefighters arrived on the scene.
Chesapeake Fire Department officials say it was an accidental fire caused by a technician working on an HVAC unit at the business.
Firefighters say the fire appeared to be caused by the homeowner’s attempt to thaw frozen pipes with a heat gun.
Firefighters say the cause of the fire was careless cooking.
First responders pulled the woman out the surf and performed CPR, but she was later pronounced dead.