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New Kent County

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  • Sacramento Mother Accused of Burning Baby to Death in Microwave

    Sacramento Mother Accused of Burning Baby to Death in Microwave
    The Sacramento Police Department arrested 29-year-old Ka Yang for the alleged murder of her 6-week-old daughter, Mirabelle Thao-Loa. Back on March 17, police responded to a house in the 800 block of Rood Avenue, where there were reports of a dead baby....
  • Pacifier Might Be Key In Sacramento Microwaved Baby Case

    Pacifier Might Be Key In Sacramento Microwaved Baby Case
    Ka Yang told Sacramento police officers that she had a seizure and dropped her infant daughter on a space heater the day she died. In court documents obtained by FOX40 today, investigators say when they opened the microwave in Yang's Rood Avenue home...
  • Living Here: Nearby attractions

    Many destinations are within easy driving distance of Hampton Roads. Pack a cooler, fill up the tank and hit the road. 1. Appomattox Court House, Appomattox The buildings and fields where Robert E. Lee surrendered his Confederate army are still a...
  • Williamsburg Va. chef of the year hones his skills at Waypoint Seafood and Grill

    Williamsburg Va. chef of the year hones his skills at Waypoint Seafood and Grill
    Kyle Woodruff earned his diploma from the culinary apprenticeship program at Colonial Williamsburg. But his love for food came from two sets of grandparents living in different parts of the country. "My mom's father was the barbecue guy who lived in...
  • From Williamsburg to Civil War, Hampton Roads offers rich view into America's past

    American Indians, British colonists, American revolutionaries, Civil War soldiers and sailors, pioneering educators, aviators and astronauts. They all made history happen right here. 1607 Jamestown is established, marking the beginning of English...
  • Saying goodbye to a beloved pet is never easy

    Robin DeSantis will never forget the day her cat Samantha passed away. "A Sarah McLachlan song, 'I Will Remember You,' was playing on the radio," says Robin, a resident of New Kent County. "I figured it was her telling me it was OK." Making the decision...
  • Kirk Moore

    Home: James City County Age: 46 Family: Wife Penny Rich; two grown daughters in addition to wife's girls. Career: Automotive technician at an independent service shop. Bike: Airborne Paka-Wallup titanium soft tail; purchased frame on eBay and had...
  • Hampton Roads through the years

    American Indians, British colonists, American revolutionaries, Civil War soldiers and sailors, pioneering educators, aviators and astronauts. They all made history happen right here. 1607 Jamestown is established, marking the beginning of English...
  • Treasure hunt your way through consignment shops

    Treasure hunt your way through consignment shops
    Tired of the gold-leaf mirror on your dining room wall or the basic black dresses in your closet? Want pretty decorative plates for that wall or a red silk jacket for those dresses? Think consignment shops for selling good stuff you no longer want and...
  • Bill Whitley update

     
    Bill Whitley, the former Gloucester county administrator, is now the assistant county administrator in New Kent. But he's about to take on new duties. New Kent County Administrator John Budesky has submitted his resignation effective Aug. 14. He will...
  • Group races against time so WWII vets can see 'their' memorial

    Group races against time so WWII vets can see 'their' memorial
    They began swapping stories just after 7 a.m. as the buses left for the National World War II Memorial in the nation's capital. "What outfit were you in?" "How high did you fly?" "We were dead in the water, and then. ..." So it went for the next few...