VIRGINIA (WAVY) - There were a couple of upsets in Tuesday's Virginia Democratic primaries.
State Senator Ralph Northam, who represents Norfolk, beat out former Obama Administration Technology Chief, Aneesh Chopra, for Lieutenant Governor.
Mark Herring beat Justin Fairfax for the Democratic nomination for state Attorney General by a small margin.
Locally, Evans Poston beat incumbent Sharon McDonald for the party's nod for Norfolk Commissioner of Revenue. In Portsmouth, current Sheriff Bill Watson will hold onto his nomination.
In other races, Algie Howell beat Rick James for Norfolk's House of Delegates seat.
Poll workers said Tuesday's turnout was light.
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One of two men accused of killing an off-duty Norfolk police officer in 2010 was denied bond Wednesday morning.
Newport News City Manager Jim Bourey has made a decision on the city's next police chief.
Tonya Bundick was denied bond as well as a change of venue after she was indicted on new charges related to the Eastern Shore arson case.
A Suffolk house fire displaced a family of seven Wednesday morning.
An Oscar Smith football player was named the 2013-2014 Gatorade National Football Player of the Year Wednesday.
A building at Norfolk State University has been evacuated due to a gas leak.
Green Run High School was placed on lockdown as a precaution Wednesday morning after a report of a robbery attempt nearby.