Legal Matter: Game Day Safety

Kalfus and Nachman reminds game day party goers of their program to prevent driving under the influence.

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Catching up With Jay Pharoah

Chesapeake native is back in town to play the Norva, but first a stop on The Hampton Roads Show.

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Officials: ‘Catastrophic’ electrical failure led to arcade explosion

Officials have determined that an electrical failure triggered by a contractor working on powerlines led to the April 2015 explosion.

Gleyse Kelly da Silva, bottom right, holds her daughter Maria Giovanna, who was born with microcephaly, outside their house in Recife, Pernambuco state, Brazil, Wednesday, Jan. 27, 2016. Brazilian officials still say they believe there's a sharp increase in cases of microcephaly and strongly suspect the Zika virus, which first appeared in the country last year, is to blame. The concern is strong enough that the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention this month warned pregnant women to reconsider visits to areas where Zika is present. (AP Photo/Felipe Dana)

UN health chief: Zika virus is ‘spreading explosively’

The Zika virus was first detected in 1947 and for decades only caused mild disease. The virus is now in more than 20 countries.