Walmart Shooter’s Alleged ‘Kill List’ Found in Trash Can Outside Home: Report
Chesapeake Police DepartmentTwo victims remained in hospital late Thursday after the horrific mass shooting at a Virginia Walmart earlier this week as a “kill list” allegedly dumped by the killer in the trash outside his home before the rampage is revealed.The City of Chesapeake tweeted an update on Thursday afternoon, confirming two of those injured in Tuesday’s shooting were still under medical supervision; one in a critical condition and the other in “fair/improving” condition.“On this Thanksnews.yahoo.com
Seven killed, including gunman, in Virginia Walmart mass shooting
Police say a gunman killed six people in a Chesapeake, Virginia Walmart late Tuesday. Authorities say the shooter is also deceased and multiple others are injured, with at least five hospitalized. CBS News correspondent Jeff Pegues has more.news.yahoo.com
Walmart manager opens fire in break room, killing 6
A Walmart manager opened fire on fellow employees in the break room of a Virginia store, killing six people in the country’s second high-profile mass shooting in four days, police and a witness said Wednesday. The gunman, who apparently shot himself, was dead when police found him, Chesapeake Police Chief Mark G. Solesky said. Employee Briana Tyler said workers had gathered in the break room as they typically did ahead of their shifts.news.yahoo.com
Suspect in Mass Shooting at Virginia Walmart Was an Employee, Cops Say
WAVYPolice say six people were killed and several more were injured after an employee opened fire at a Walmart in Virginia on Tuesday night, just the latest mass shooting in less than a week. “While our investigation continues we can tell you the following: six victims have died, four victims are in area hospitals … The suspect is dead due to what we believe is a self-inflicted gunshot wound,” Chesapeake Police Chief Mark Solesky said at a Wednesday morning press conference. Solesky said the gunnews.yahoo.com
Virginia Supreme Court dismisses parents' lawsuit against Youngkin's school mask order
The Virginia Supreme Court on Monday dismissed a lawsuit from Chesapeake parents against Gov. Glenn Youngkin (R) for his order making mask-wearing optional in schools.Why it matters: Judges wrote that they couldn't issue writs of mandamus and prohibit the Chesapeake School Board from making masks optional, because such relief cannot be issued in the case. But they made clear they aren't ruling on the legality of the case, potentially leaving the door open for future litigation.Get market news wonews.yahoo.com
WorldView: Canadian truckers protest vaccine mandate
Truck drivers in Canada are protesting vaccine mandates on their industry with a massive convoy that may break a world record. And the U.S. Navy is trying to locate a downed fighter jet in the South China Sea. CBS News foreign correspondent Imtiaz Tyab joins "CBS News Mornings" from London with those stories and other international news.news.yahoo.com
Three-month-old abducted out of Chesapeake found safe, police say
Authorities have issued an Amber Alert for a 3-month-old out of ChesapeakeUPDATEThree-month-old Vanessa Dasilva has been found safe, according to the Chesapeake Police Department. The Amber Alert has been canceled. ORIGINAL STORYAuthorities have issued an Amber Alert for a three-month-old they say is believed to be in extreme danger. Vanessa Dasilva was last seen at 3408 Western Branch Boulevard in Chesapeake at about 6:20 a.m. Wednesday, according to Virginia State Police. State Police say they believe she was abducted by a man last seen driving a 2017 Grey Hyundai Tuscon with license plate number VXX-1085.
Virginia man charged as part of mob who stormed Capitol
(United States District Court for the District of Columbia)Jacob Hiles' Facebook post on the day of the U.S. Capitol riots used in a criminal complaintCHESAPEAKE, Va. – Court documents say a Virginia man charged with being part of the rioters at the U.S. Capitol posted on Facebook that he was “Feelin cute” and “might start a revolution later” on the day of the violent siege. FBI spokeswoman Christina Pullen told The Virginian-Pilot that Jacob “Jake” Hiles surrendered Tuesday morning at the FBI office in Chesapeake. He has since been released on a personal recognizance bond. One screenshot in the court documents showed the man identified as Hiles wearing goggles and a gaiter inside the Capitol. He’s set to have a remote court appearance in Washington on Friday.
14-year-old Virginia boy going 114 mph leads troopers on high-speed chase, says state police
CHESAPEAKE, Va. – A 14-year-old boy led police on a pre-dawn high-speed chase in a stolen vehicle, Virginia state police said. The driver was going 114 miles per hour in a 55 miles-per-hour zone, police said in a news release. The pursuit continued through streets in Chesapeake, Virginia Beach and Norfolk before the vehicle reentered I-64 West. Once on the interstate, the vehicle struck a police vehicle, causing the Caravan to spin out of control. The driver was charged with reckless driving, felony eluding, felony possession of a stolen vehicle, and three counts of felony assault on a law enforcement officer.
Driver dead, passenger seriously injured after Giles County crash
GILES COUNTY, Va. – A man is dead and a woman is seriously injured after a crash in Giles County on Monday evening, according to Virginia State Police. The driver, Russell Schucker, 68, of Chesapeake was taken to Carilion Giles Community Hospital where he later died, according to police. Officers say the passenger, Suzanne Schucker, 67 of Chesapeake was also taken to the hospital with serious injuries. Neither of them were wearing a seatbelt, according to police. The crash is still under investigation.
Post-Redskins, Washington has long road toward new nickname
Tuskegee Airmen Inc. said it would be honored and pleased to work with the organization if thats Washingtons new name. Former Washington linebacker Will Compton voiced his support for Red Wolves by saying he liked that name so much hed want to return for a day. Its going to take time to come back to the heyday of Washington winning and having full stadiums and people really supporting them, Derdenger said. Its going to take a long time for this new branded team to get to that point, but its certainly possible. And you know what helps them get to that point quicker is if they win.___More AP NFL: https://apnews.com/NFL and https://twitter.com/AP_NFL
Spike in RV interest, sales due to coronavirus pandemic
SALEM, Va. The coronavirus pandemic is already changing how people are thinking about travel and the proof can be seen in the national spike in RV sales. American Family RV has dealerships in Salem and Chesapeake, Virginia. CEO Layne Rowland said that over the last couple of months, theyve implemented changes like wiping down the RVs before and after tours and giving shopping tours online. April is historically a busy month for RV sales. RV Industry Association represents the manufacturers in the business, but keeps a pulse on the entire industry.
Chesapeake Energy reports oil well fire in Texas
(Reuters) - Chesapeake Energy said emergency personnel are responding to an oil well fire at one of its drill sites in Texas. Local media have reported multiple injuries at the site in Burleson County, about 75 miles (120 km) east of Austin. The well was still burning, said a representative from the Burleson County Sheriffs Office. Units are still on the scene and the sheriffs office remains in contact with Chesapeake, she added. Chesapeake acquired its Burleson County acreage, part of the eastern part of the South Texas Eagle Ford Shale field, from WildHorse Resource Development in a deal that closed last year.feeds.reuters.com
Bryan Voltaggio brings comfort food to The Dish
Born and raised in Maryland, the chef is a true child of the Chesapeake, working at a local hotel wihere he first learned to cook. In 2008 he opened his first restaurant, Volt, and he hasn’t looked back. In his new cookbook “Home,” he puts his own twist on the mid-Atlantic classic and comfort dishes that he grew up with. Voltaggio joins The Dish to discuss his recipes.cbsnews.com