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  • Tuesday's 11:59 p.m. UPDATE: Multi-sport high school results

    Boys basketball Christchurch 61, Collegiate of Richmond 40 Denbigh Baptist 71, Alliance Christian 60 Nansemond River 67, Indian River 36 Portsmouth Chr. 60, Hampton Christian 58 Tallwood 67, Kempsville 57 Kellam 75, Bayside 42 Princess Anne 84, Cox 45...
  • 11:59 p.m. Wednesday UPDATE: Saturday's VHSL football finals schedule, recent results

    Football VHSL STATE CHAMPIONSHIP GAMES (Saturday): (at Scott Stadium in Charlottesville): Group 5A: Briar Woods (13-1) vs. L.C. Bird (14-0), noon. Group 6A: Oscar Smith (14-0) vs. Centreville (14-0), 4. (at Williams Stadium in Lynchburg): Group 3A:...
  • Metro locks more Blue Line station gates to fight fare evaders

    Metro locks more Blue Line station gates to fight fare evaders
    Metro Blue Line riders will encounter more locked gates Thursday as the transit agency continues to clamp down on fare skippers. The stations with newly latched gates include Slauson, Firestone, Compton, Artesia and Del Amo. In its efforts to eventually...
  • California population sees biggest growth since 2004, state estimates

    California population sees biggest growth since 2004, state estimates
    California's population grew by 332,000 between July 2012 and July 2013 -- the largest yearly increase in nearly a decade, according to estimates released Thursday by the California Department of Finance. Most of the growth was “natural increase&...
  • Marine from Camp Pendleton killed in Afghanistan

    Marine from Camp Pendleton killed in Afghanistan
    SAN DIEGO -- A Marine from Camp Pendleton has died during combat operations in Afghanistan, the Department of Defense announced Thursday. Lance Cpl. Matthew Rodriguez, 19, of Fairhaven, Mass., died Wednesday in Helmand province. He enlisted in August...
  • Fatal shooting at Las Vegas casino caught on harrowing video

    Fatal shooting at Las Vegas casino caught on harrowing video
    A harrowing security video was released this week of an October shooting inside Las Vegas Bally's Hotel and Casino that left a comedian from Southern California dead. The video, released Wednesday, shows the shooter opening fire on two security guards...
  • 'The Hobbit: The Desolation of Smaug' is king of the box office

    'The Hobbit: The Desolation of Smaug' is king of the box office
    Movie theaters breathed fire this weekend as “The Hobbit: The Desolation of Smaug” struck box-office gold. The Peter Jackson-directed sequel to last year’s “The Hobbit: An Unexpected journey,” raked in a studio-estimated $73....
  • No. 1 Aberdeen girls basketball speeds away with 61-40 win over No. 15 Patterson Mill

    Late in the second quarter Thursday night, Aberdeen's Stephanie Jones grabbed a rebound, dribbled the length of the floor and then soared by two Patterson Mill defenders for an easy layup. The sophomore has been a force since she stepped on the court...
  • 'Hobbit' sequel 'Smaug' takes off with $8.8 million Thursday night

    'Hobbit' sequel 'Smaug' takes off with $8.8 million Thursday night
    It looks like the air was thick with "Smaug" on Thursday night as the second part of director Peter Jackson's "Hobbit" trilogy rolled into theaters.  "The Hobbit: The Desolation of Smaug," a production of New Line Cinema, Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer and ...
  • All-Metro football second-team offense

    All-Metro football second-team offense
    Duke Etchison, Westminster, quarterback, senior Kai Locksley, Gilman, quarterback, junior Ben Nardo, South Carroll, quarterback, senior Jamaal Morant, Milford Mill, running back, senior Avian White, Reservoir, running back, senior James Smith,...
  • All-Metro football Offensive Player of the Year: Zach Abey of Spalding

    All-Metro football Offensive Player of the Year: Zach Abey of Spalding
    Zach Abey Archbishop Spalding, quarterback, senior Every conversation about Abey seems to come back to one word — tough. At 6-2, 205 pounds, the senior was not only physically tough but mentally tough in leading the No. 4 Cavaliers (8-3) to...