From the Outer Banks to Boston came reports of a bright meteor that shot across the night sky.
Dozens of Hampton Roads residents were among those who saw it.
It traveled from the West to the East in the Northeast sky around 7:55 p.m. Friday.
WAVY.com reached out to Kelly Herbst with the Virginia Living Museum for a possible explanation, "It's probably just a random chunk of rock. There's a lot of debris that floats through the solar system and you know mostly little chunks of rock, some of them very tiny, the size no bigger than a pea, but they can go all the way up, of course, you can get very large ones. This one was not probably very, very large."
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A student at Old Dominion University was arrested Thursday and charged with filing a false report. Police say he lied about being robbed.
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North Carolina Gov. Pat McCrory toured the Bonner Bridge area Friday morning after officials shut it down due to safety concerns.