10 On Your Side will have continuing coverage of the trial on air and online, including a live Twitter blog.
Hillary Clinton accepted the Democratic nomination for president Thursday night.
People for Portsmouth, a political action committee, hosted the event inside the Scottish Rite Auditorium.
The National Weather Service said they’ve gotten word that there’s been some storm damage in Parksley.
One person was killed in the two-car crash, and one other person sustained minor injuries.
Although authorities haven’t identified the suspect, neighbors and people who know him identified the suspect as Larry Wooster.
The mother of a man convicted of murder will go to trial, accused of trying to intimidate witnesses.
“It’s a pretty awesome feeling knowing someone has gone through all this to give something to us.”
Taylor Heinicke will miss up to three months after ‘freak accident’.
Fans from Hampton Roads didn’t high temperatures keep them away from Redskins Training Camp.
Joe Gunkel pitched seven innings of shutout baseball in the Tides 1-0 win over Columbus.
Photographer Ray Reynolds never got into politics before now.
The warning expired at 12:15 a.m.
A sheriff’s spokesman says two detainees took control of a housing tier in the maximum security division of Cook County Jail.
During the STIHL Manufacturing Technology Summer Camp, students work in teams to build a robot and also compete for scholarships.
The Redskins hit the practice field on Thursday as training camp is officially underway in Richmond.
Carlos Brown, 45, faces a mandatory minimum sentence of 20 years in prison and a maximum penalty of life behind bars.
Governor Terry McAuliffe on Wednesday vowed to get back to work restoring voter rights to felons.
A woman told deputies she was having a conversation with some strangers about the game Pokemon Go when they hit her and stole her phone.
It happened on Wednesday at H and H, located at 3503 Madison Avenue.
Police are looking for a group of juveniles wanted in missing golf cart case.