13News Now at 11 Weather Forecast, 5/13/21
Updated: 11:21 PM EDT May 13, 2021
Every second, Americans receive 62 robocalls. Right before the pandemic began, we set out to find a serial robocaller.
Updated: 8:18 PM EDT May 13, 2021
Kim Havunen is raising three boys with her husband, running two local gyms and training for a body building competition.
Published: 11:22 PM EDT May 13, 2021
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Published: 11:19 PM EDT May 13, 2021
Several people who attended the walk left balloons, flowers, and stuffed animals in front of the apartment where two young children were stabbed on Monday night.
Published: 11:12 PM EDT May 13, 2021
13News Now reporter Eugene Daniel spoke to people in Norfolk who say they are encouraged, but they want a bit more guidance!
Published: 11:10 PM EDT May 13, 2021
Gas is slowly flowing back to Virginia and North Carolina, but it won't happen overnight! Prices may still rise more in the meantime.
Published: 6:34 PM EDT May 13, 2021
Thursday marked the first day 12 to 15-year-olds could get a vaccine in Va. Hampton Roads distributors have been gearing up to protect kids from the disease for days
Published: 6:28 PM EDT May 13, 2021
35-year-old Sarah Ganoe is accused of stabbing her 10-month-old son to death and seriously hurting her 8-year-old daughter.
Published: 6:20 PM EDT May 13, 2021
The DoD declared 16 Navy bases - including Norfolk's - as being at-risk for recurrent flooding.
Published: 6:05 PM EDT May 13, 2021
The day's major news events and late breaking stories are presented by the 13 News Team, along with Hampton area weather updates and tomorrow's forecast.
Published: 10:50 PM EDT June 15, 2020
The proposed legislation would amend the tax code to create new flexible spending accounts to make it easier for military families to afford child care.
Published: 10:14 PM EDT May 13, 2021
Published: 11:41 AM EDT May 7, 2021
Centers for Disease Control and Prevention director Dr. Rochelle Walensky says masks are not needed in most indoor situations for fully vaccinated people.
Published: 2:24 PM EDT May 13, 2021
Christopher Miller -- President Donald Trump's acting defense secretary during the Jan. 6 Capitol riots -- is defending his response to the attack.
Published: 5:24 PM EDT May 12, 2021
The U.S. military's withdrawal from Afghanistan is proceeding steadily toward President Joe Biden's September deadline.
Published: 5:01 PM EDT May 12, 2021
A federal advisory committee voted Wednesday to endorse Pfizer's COVID-19 vaccine for 12- to 15-year-olds. President Biden announced the encouraging vaccine news.
Published: 4:43 PM EDT May 12, 2021
President Biden encouragingly said good news could be ahead in regards to the fuel shortages, but that the country needs more cybersecurity education focus.
Published: 4:32 PM EDT May 12, 2021
Of the 40,000 reported domestic abuse incidents recorded by the DoD, more than 70% were physical abuse.
Published: 5:57 PM EDT May 10, 2021
Michael Bolton, the Inspector General, said he only had 13 countersurveillance officers - and most of them were tied up with pipe bomb investigations that day.
Published: 5:52 PM EDT May 10, 2021
The Norfolk-based Naval crew found thousands of weapons likely intended for the rebels in Yemen.
Published: 4:40 PM EDT May 10, 2021
It's proclaimed “The Most Beautiful Small Town in America.” But just under the surface, there’s something darker in Bardstown, Kentucky.
Published: 1:01 PM EST January 12, 2021
Bizarre behavior and stories don’t add up after a toddler vanishes on a family camping trip. This is the relentless search to find out what happened.
Published: 5:34 PM EST January 22, 2021
DNA evidence in the JonBenet Ramsey case doesn't support a controversial development: a former prosecutor's decision to clear the girl's family from all suspicion.
Published: 8:13 PM EST February 9, 2021
Paul John Knowles is the “Casanova Killer.” His devilish smirk, charming demeanor and flowing whiskey-colored hair helped mask his deadly secret.
Published: 3:12 PM EST February 2, 2021
A young girl from Exeter, Ca. was murdered in 1975. The jury convicted a local handyman, but did the real killer get away?
Published: 5:27 PM EST January 22, 2021
A year after the Austin bombings, investigators open up about how they retraced the bomber's steps to find him.
Published: 12:04 PM EST January 25, 2021
Brittany Zamora was arrested for allegedly having sexual contact with her 13-year-old student.
Published: 5:17 PM EST January 25, 2021
In 1991, four teenage girls were murdered in a North Austin yogurt shop. Decades later, investigators continue to work to solve the crimes.
Published: 5:36 PM EST February 3, 2021
Two years after Nanette was found in her burned home with a gunshot wound to her head, her family hopes new information will cause a break in the case.
Published: 2:22 PM EST February 2, 2021
Years after Adrienne Salinas's body was found, her murder remains unsolved.
Published: 11:32 AM EST January 15, 2021
Tammy Grogan's 2006 dream cruise turned into a nightmare when the single mother never returned.
On June 28, 2018, 5 employees of the Annapolis Capital Gazette were killed in a mass shooting. We detail how survivors spent the past year navigating their grief.
Published: 9:25 AM EST January 26, 2021
Virginia's vaccine coordinator said the 2nd dose of 2-dose shots is critical for protecting people from COVID-19. 200,000 Virginians haven't returned for that dose.
Published: 5:45 PM EDT May 13, 2021
Virginia has been seeing positive trends in COVID-19 cases, as of Thursday, May 13 the state added 579 new cases to its dashboard.
Published: 4:41 PM EDT May 13, 2021
A recent study showed more women decided to freeze their eggs during the pandemic for fertility treatment in months or years ahead.
Published: 11:21 PM EDT May 12, 2021
In some cases, a phenomenon called "rebound" can happen where your body actually responds by making more antibodies after donating blood.
Published: 4:52 PM EDT May 12, 2021
13News Now Dan Kennedy breaks down the latest metrics and coronavirus health trends in Hampton Roads and Virginia as of May 6, 2021.
Published: 4:26 PM EDT May 12, 2021
Meet the people making positive change in their communities in the wake of George Floyd’s death.
Published: 4:38 PM EDT April 30, 2021
The story of the Walker Sisters who continued living in the Great Smoky Mountains after it became a national park still fascinates visitors.
Published: 10:50 AM EST January 26, 2021
American moms are dying from childbirth. Black women are up to four times more at risk. This series examines why.
Published: 3:27 PM EST January 25, 2021
Over the course of a year, this documentary follows a charismatic principal as she sets out to undo history.
Published: 1:43 PM EST February 2, 2021
Sex trafficking is a billion-dollar-a-year industry in the U.S. And traffickers are preying on young girls across the nation — our daughters, sisters and friends — r
Published: 3:53 PM EST January 26, 2021
We follow a Seattle man’s decision to die with dignity following a cancer diagnosis.
Bob Fuller, 75, shares his journey over the last few months of his life.
Published: 4:28 PM EST January 23, 2021
With California’s wildfires growing deadlier and bigger than ever, ABC10 examines the connection between wildfires, PG&E and its influence on California politics.
Published: 11:03 AM EST January 28, 2021
With California’s wildfires growing deadlier and bigger than ever, the state’s largest power company admitted to the largest corporate homicide in American history.
Published: 12:00 PM EST January 28, 2021
As the nation grapples with difficult conversations about race, equity and social justice, we might all be well served to listen to the teachers at Woodlawn Elem.
Published: 12:42 PM EST January 25, 2021
Charlie Foxtrot exposes the trauma of war as soldiers once driven to the brink of suicide open up emotionally and share videos, photos and memories from the warzone.
Published: 12:10 PM EST January 27, 2021
It started a tumultuous time for the town that led to even tougher racial tensions in the area and poverty like no one had ever seen.
Published: 12:00 PM EST January 26, 2021
In the affluent Atlanta suburbs, there's a deadly secret. Young people are dying from heroin. There are some people who don't want you to know about it.
Published: 4:18 PM EST January 26, 2021
Experts say they are hopeful the country will reach that milestone soon as the current count is getting close to the low.
Published: 10:58 AM EDT May 13, 2021
VERIFY investigator Gabe Cohen explains whether or not the COVID vaccine doses for kids are the same as the shots adults are getting.
Published: 3:18 PM EDT May 7, 2021
The Yeezys are the most expensive pair of sneakers ever sold at auction after being purchased in a private sale for $1.8 million.
Published: 4:03 PM EDT April 30, 2021
So you have your first COVID-19 shot, but what happens if you don't get your second dose at the right time? Do you have to start over from scratch?
Published: 11:28 PM EDT April 20, 2021
Are there any vaccines that are required for international travel?
Published: 11:11 PM EDT April 8, 2021
There's some debate about the passports - would they be useful for stimulating the economy? Or would they be infringing on people's rights?
Published: 6:02 PM EDT April 8, 2021
'You can’t draw any conclusions by looking at VAERS,' Johns Hopkins vaccine expert Kawsar Talaat says.
Published: 11:25 PM EDT April 6, 2021
Since 1836, of the 3,507 people who have received the Medal of Honor, only 92 recipients were Black.
Published: 11:25 PM EDT May 6, 2021
The U.S. Department of Labor reports Virginia saw the biggest decrease in new unemployment claims of any state in the country last week.
Published: 5:09 PM EDT May 6, 2021
The Virginia Employment Commission said it's 'working to resolve' the issue and affected claimants should be able to file weekly claims by the end of April 20.
Published: 6:21 PM EDT April 20, 2021
A new Virginia Hospital and Healthcare Association data analysis shows about 12% of people hospitalized with COVID-19 in Virginia in 2020 died in the hospital.
Published: 6:28 PM EDT April 16, 2021
A group of 11 nurse practitioners say financial difficulties could force a switch to cash-only practices, which would cut off care for people who can’t afford it.
Published: 11:20 PM EDT April 15, 2021
The reason behind the decline in the Commonwealth may not have to do with more people getting jobs.
Published: 6:13 PM EDT April 15, 2021
The City of Chesapeake will now hold its elections in November, following a new Virginia law. But city council will decide on an even-year or odd-year cycle.
Published: 6:15 PM EDT April 9, 2021
The Virginia Employment Commission is not letting people file unemployment claims online right now. The agency disabled ITS system for a fraud investigation.
Published: 5:56 PM EDT April 5, 2021
During the pandemic, home prices have soared and housing insecurity has spiked. Onyx Realty Professionals is helping people create a clearer path to homeownership.
Published: 6:22 AM EDT May 13, 2021
Connect the Dots: The history of Blue Laws in Virginia
Published: 6:12 AM EDT May 13, 2021
Connect the Dots: Diet companies take advantage of quarantine weight gain issues
Published: 5:53 AM EDT May 12, 2021
The school board plans to remain the schools named after controversial figures in history.
Published: 5:50 AM EDT May 12, 2021
After a long intermission, performing arts organizations are slowly returning to the stage. Opera in Williamsburg is counting on the community in its next act.
Published: 6:52 AM EDT May 10, 2021
Dave's BBQ is a family business running four years strong. Everything but the chips and soda is homemade - and you won't see any gas grills. They're smoker-purists.
Published: 5:56 AM EDT May 7, 2021
COVID-19 has impacted critical therapy for people with mental and physical disabilities. EQUI-KIDS & EQUI-VETS are using equine therapy to help people heal.
Published: 7:45 AM EDT May 6, 2021
Health experts say they are seeing a trend: Children's eyesight is getting worse.
Published: 5:55 AM EDT May 5, 2021
The vast majority of those decorations were bestowed prior to World War I. Between 1861 and 1918, the Medal was awarded nearly 3,000 times.
Published: 5:29 PM EDT May 7, 2021
VA Secretary Denis McDonough visited Hampton VA Medical Center (May 7, 2021)
Published: 5:00 PM EDT May 7, 2021