Firefighters from Hampton and Newport News battled a two-alarm fire on Saturday.
The police investigation revealed that a Ford F-150 pickup truck was traveling westbound in the wrong direction on I-264 east.
Hampton Fire Captain Coleman says firefighters put out the fire within 15 minutes.
Norfolk dispatchers say a man was hit by a car on West Ocean View Avenue just before 9 p.m.
31-year-old Donald C. Mosley, of Chesapeake is fighting for his life after being struck by a vehicle in a work zone.
A male victim was shot and killed Friday night in Newport News in the 5000 block of Chestnut Avenue.
One of the builders of a bridge that collapsed and killed at least four people in Miami, also built the South Norfolk Jordan Bridge.
The Smithfield Volunteer Fire Department rescued a driver from an overturned tractor-trailer at Smithfield Foods, Inc.
The fire is under investigation to determine the cause.
From start to finish – it’s been an exciting weekend for these runners.
The Admirals not only capped the six-game season sweep of Greenville, but stayed alive for the fourth and final playoff spot.
Floats, dancing groups, singers and bands paraded through the streets celebrating Irish culture and heritage.
At least two people were seriously injured Saturday when a deck collapsed 8 feet in the back of a downtown bar in Savannah, Georgia.
Sonic is unveiling its very own pickle juice slush this June.
If you happened to look up at the sky today, you may have noticed some “undulatus asperatus” clouds.
The Defense Department has released the names of seven airmen who were killed Thursday when an HH-60 Pave Hawk helicopter crashed in western…
Richard Bell, an administrator in a church daycare program from Moyock, was arrested as part of a multi-state operation.
A commissioning ceremony for the USS Colorado was held Saturday at the Naval Submarine Base in Groton, Connecticut.
William & Mary officials say one of the victims was a student.
Investigators say an adult man’s body was found in the water off of Bayview Boulevard on Saturday morning.
Little Caesars made a promise: if a 16-seed wins in the NCAA Tournament, it will give out free food.
A convicted Virginia sex offender has been apprehended after three weeks on the run.
A Newport News police aide has been charged with reckless driving in connection to a deadly crash from last November.
A Chesapeake judge sentenced Neal Bolden to 33 years in prison for the death of Jequil Holloway.
Hampton Police are looking to identify the suspects connected to two separate, overnight commercial burglaries.
The Gloucester County Sheriff’s Office have investigated 18 separate reports of threat messages related to Gloucester County Public Schools.
Virginia entered the NCAA Tournament as the No. 1 overall seed after going 31-2 this season, including 20-1 in ACC competition.
This open pantry helps those struggling to make ends meet get much needed food for their families.
“It’s a very nervous day, you open the envelope and find out where you’re gonna be.”
Sunday is McCabe’s 50th birthday, which would have made him eligible for certain substantial retirement benefits.