NEWPORT NEWS, Va. (WAVY) - A lot of WAVY viewers called our newsroom Tuesday night about a low-flying aircraft, circling the Newport News-Williamsburg Airport.
WAVY.com did some digging and learned it was in fact the Presidential plane. But don't call it Air Force One -- the plane doesn't get that designation unless the President is on-board.
Chopper 10 shot video in 2011 when the plane was doing touch-and goes. Tuesday evening it seemed to be doing the same.
There are actually two presidential planes and both are kept at Andrews Air Force Base in Maryland.
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.