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CVS MinuteClinic in Hampton offers walk-up care for basics
Williamsburg, virginia
Hampton CVS touts convenience for simple ailments MinuteClinics are springing up in CVS retail stores at the rate of 150 a year across the country. The first one on the Peninsula opened in Hampton in mid-May and will be followed by additional locations in Newport News and Williamsburg within the month.
June 29 2014
Man arrested for murder in Newport News
Virginia
Newport News, Va. – Detectives arrested 29-year-old Anthony Leon Exum, in connection to a homicide investigation from January 17, 2014. Exum is charged with first degree murder and using a knife in the commission of a felony. The victim in this case has been identified as 24-year-old Karrie Ann Henson of Newport News, Virginia. It […]
June 20 2014
Board revokes license of Newport News pain doctor
Yale, virginia
Over-medication and lack of diagnostics at crux of allegations RICHMOND — After eight hours of public testimony at a formal hearing Wednesday, a five-member panel of the Virginia Board of Medicine deliberated for one hour in closed session before issuing its unanimous decision to revoke the license of Dr. Roger M. Phillips of Prime Care Family Medicine in Newport News.
June 20 2014
Man sues Suffolk police chief for being imprisoned
Suffolk, Virginia
SUFFOLK A man who served 22 years in prison for capital murder only to see his conviction overturned last year is suing the Suffolk police chief for $25 million. David W. Boyce blames Thomas E. Bennett - a former Newport News police detective - and several other current and former employees of that city for making him spend more than two decades in prison for a crime he says he did not commit.
June 16 2014
2 killed, 3 injured after boat capsizes in Va.
North Carolina
NEWPORT NEWS, Va. (AP) -- Virginia authorities say preliminary evidence indicates that a boat was overloaded when it sank in the James River, killing two North Carolina men.
June 13 2014
Man Finally Getting Justice After Serving 22 Years For Crime He Didn't Commit
Newport, Virginia
Virginia Man Exonerated After 22 Years In Jail Sues Police Man Finally Getting Justice After Serving 22 Years For Crime He Didn't Commit Virginia Man Exonerated After 22 Years In Jail Sues Police Legal Has Been Optimized A Virginia man who was exonerated by DNA evidence after spending 22 years in prison for murder is suing the Newport News Police in federal court for allegedly withholding ...
June 10 2014
Man released in 1991 murder case sues Newport News, police officers for $25 million | With PDF
Norfolk, Virginia
David Boyce, who spent 23 years in prison before his convictions were reversed, claims police acted recklessly NEWPORT NEWS — A man whose 1991 capital murder conviction was overturned last year has filed a $25 million lawsuit against the city of Newport News and several past and present police officers — accusing them of conducting a reckless investigation against him decades ago.
June 09 2014
Man wrongly convicted of murder suing City of Newport News, police officers
Virginia Beach, Virginia
NEWPORT NEWS -- A Henrico County man who spent 22 years in prison for a murder he didn't commit has filed a lawsuit against the City of Newport News and the lead detectives in his case. David W. Boyce was given two life in prison sentences in 1991 when he was just 20 years old. A jury convicted him of killing his friend and then-roommate, Timothy Kurt Askew. Askew was found stabbed to death in a ...
June 09 2014
Judge keeps most records unsealed in 1991 Newport News capital murder case
Virginia
The City of Newport News had sought to keep records open to defend itself against a coming lawsuit from David Boyce. NEWPORT NEWS — A Circuit Court judge on Monday dialed back significantly on her prior decision to seal police and court records in a decades-old Newport News murder case — keeping nearly all the records open for now.
May 12 2014
Ukrainian journalists visit Newport News court, jail
Newport, Virginia
Crime and legal issues notebook It was great to have several Ukrainian journalists visiting the Daily Press newsroom last week.
May 11 2014
Ukrainian journalists visit Newport News court, jail | Crime and Legal Issues
Newport, Virginia
Crime and legal issues notebook It was great to have several Ukrainian journalists visiting the Daily Press newsroom last week.
May 11 2014
CNU Poll: Virginia voters oppose Medicaid expansion
Virginia
NEWPORT NEWS— Virginians are changing their minds about using federal Medicaid funds to expand health insurance coverage for the poor, with a majority now opposing the notion, according to a Christopher Newport University poll released Thursday.
May 03 2014
CNU Poll: Virginia voters oppose Medicaid expansion | With Video
Virginia
NEWPORT NEWS— Virginians are changing their minds about using federal Medicaid funds to expand health insurance coverage for the poor, with a majority now opposing the notion, according to a Christopher Newport University poll released Thursday.
May 03 2014
Newport News man seeks DNA testing in 1994 murder conviction
Newport, Virginia
NEWPORT NEWS — A Newport News man is asking a judge to order DNA testing in a murder he was convicted of nearly 20 years ago. The man says the results will prove he wasn't the killer.
April 30 2014
Newport News man seeks DNA testing in 1994 murder conviction | With Video
Newport, Virginia
NEWPORT NEWS — A Newport News man is asking a judge to order DNA testing in a murder he was convicted of nearly 20 years ago. The man says the results will prove he wasn't the killer.
April 30 2014
Murder trial expert: Hampton victim's blood found on knife, jacket
Virginia
The blood of Harold H. Hayslett Jr. was found on a knife found in Newport News HAMPTON — Blood on a large knife found outside a Newport News hotel three years ago matches the blood of a 58-year-old man found dead in Hampton earlier that day, a forensic expert testified at a murder trial Wednesday.
April 24 2014
Expert: Victim's blood found on knife, jacket
Virginia
The blood of Harold H. Hayslett Jr. was found on a knife found in Newport News HAMPTON — Blood on a large knife found outside a Newport News hotel three years ago matches the blood of a 58-year-old man found dead in Hampton earlier that day, a forensic expert testified at a murder trial Wednesday.
April 23 2014
Jurors to weigh whether ex-Marine should be executed
Newport News, Virginia
Man convicted of first-degree murder in killing of fellow service member.
April 21 2014
Life after the John Moses Ragin trial
Virginia
NEWPORT NEWS — The murders of Crystal Ragin and three of her children and the life sentence of their killer have shifted lives forever.        
April 06 2014
Scott tries to shift focus to health law's benefits
Virginia
NEWPORT NEWS Standing in the lobby of a free health clinic, U.S. Rep. Bobby Scott expressed frustrations with opponents of the Affordable Care Act, arguing that those trying to abolish the law focus on its weaknesses but avoid mentioning the benefits.
March 31 2014
Newport News Rep. Scott promotes Affordable Care Act on fourth anniversary
Virginia
Urges Medicaid expansion for thousands of Virginians in 'coverage gap' NEWPORT NEWS — To mark the fourth anniversary of the passage of the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act, often called Obamacare, U.S. Rep. Robert C. "Bobby" Scott stopped by the Community Free Clinic in Newport News on Monday.        
March 31 2014
Newport News pain doctor under investigation
Oyster, virginia
NEWPORT NEWS -- A Newport News pain doctor is under investigation for putting patients in danger by over-prescribing prescription drugs. The Virginia Board of Medicine suspended the license of family physician and pain management doctor Roger M.Phillips on Feb. 20.   His practice, Prime Care Family Medicine, at 755 Thimble Shoals Blvd. in Oyster Point is temporarily closed to all patients. “The ...
March 22 2014
Virginia death penalty trial: Family's cellphones 'went dark' at 7:21 p.m.
Virginia
But John Ragin made calls after that, cell phone tracking expert says NEWPORT NEWS — No members of the Ragin household — except for John Ragin himself — made any phone calls or text messages after 7:21 p.m. on Aug. 18, 2011, a cellphone analyst testified in a capital murder case Thursday.        
March 20 2014
Newport News pain doctor has license suspended
Virginia
Hearing in April on alleged prescription violations The Virginia Board of Medicine summarily suspended the license of Newport News family physician and pain management doctor Roger M. Phillips on Feb. 20. A notice on the door to his practice, Prime Care Family Medicine in Oyster Point, reads, "closed indefinitely due to events beyond our control."        
March 20 2014
Newport News: Forensics expert links DNA to John Ragin in quadruple murder case
Norfolk, Virginia
NEWPORT NEWS — A forensics expert on Wednesday linked DNA evidence found at the scene of a quadruple killing to John Moses Ragin, the man charged in the Newport News crime.        
March 19 2014
Newport News Rep. Scott honored for commitment to mental health | Health Notes
Virginia
Take note of screenings for early detection of colon cancer U.S. Rep. Robert C. "Bobby" Scott, D-Newport News, has been a strong advocate for the Affordable Care Act, holding multiple educational sessions on the health care bill for his constituents. This week, he was honored by the National Association of County Behavioral Health and Development Disability Directors for his continued leadership ...
March 18 2014
Newport News death penalty trial: Maintenance man testifies he noticed first body
Check, Virginia
In capital murder case, maintenance man at Denbigh apartment complex testifies he saw 6-year-old on living room floor NEWPORT NEWS — One early August afternoon in 2011, a couple living at a Denbigh apartment complex noticed that their neighbors' windows were blackened with soot, and notified staff at the complex.        
March 13 2014
Newport News judge orders jurors' names sealed in John Ragin capital murder case
Virginia
Jury will be anonymous throughout monthlong trial, Circuit Court judge rules NEWPORT NEWS — The judge overseeing the John Moses Ragin capital murder trial has ruled that jurors in the case will remain anonymous — at least to the public — throughout the course of the five-week trial.        
March 10 2014
Newport News: Judge orders juror names sealed in Ragin capital murder case
Virginia
Jury will be anonymous throughout trial, Newport News Circuit judge rules NEWPORT NEWS — The judge overseeing the John Moses Ragin capital murder trial has ruled that jurors in the case will remain anonymous — at least to the public — throughout the five-week trial.        
March 09 2014
Crime notebook | Mistakenly released man from Hampton murder case is out again
Virginia
It was last October that Eric L. Nixon Jr., a defendant in a Hampton murder case, was mistakenly released from the Newport News City Jail after a complex paperwork snafu between several agencies in two cities.        
March 03 2014
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