NORFOLK, Va. - The longest-running charity flag football game in Hampton Roads came back to Old Dominion University's SB Ballard Stadium on Friday.
News 3 was at the 52nd annual Priority Toyota Charity Bowl Friday, September 10, raising money for 39 local children's charities. More than $770,000 has been raised so far.
The Charity Bowl kicked off at 5:30 p.m., with Blaine Stewart and Jessica Larche hosting the event and April Loveland, Beverly Kidd and Kurt Williams representing WTKR on the field.
If you couldn't attend the game in person, News 3 will aired a one-hour special on the Charity Bowl and it is in the video player above.