One of two Navy hospital ships left Pier 1 of NSN bound for Puerto Rico, with more than 500 medics aboard who will treat victims of Hurrican…
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A Navy sailor pleaded not guilty Wednesday to charges he made six bomb threats in August involving local bases and ships.
10 On Your Side investigates what you should do if you get a surprise medical bill months after you’ve been an in-patient, or made a trip to…
10 On Your Side investigates how your bill for medical treatment can end up much higher than you might expect.
A police investigation Wednesday morning led to the temporary lockdown of three Norfolk schools and a community center.
More than 140 million Americans have had their sensitive data exposed to hackers who infiltrated the files of Equifax, one of the nation’s m…
A grand jury has charged Kimberly Ann Ward with four felony counts of misusing her agency credit card.
Two Florida-based Navy ships could be gearing up Thursday for a possible response to Hurricane Irma.
The past could soon be the future in the City of Chesapeake, with the potential return of off-track betting on horse racing.
Along with the new sneakers, new jeans and new backpacks come some new policies as students begin a new school year.
A breakthrough drug that could help those with ALS has been approved by Veterans Affairs, but a Suffolk Vietnam vet is still waiting to get …
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A Suffolk woman recently sent 10 On Your Side a bill for a procedure from Chesapeake Regional Medical Center.
Navy Secretary Richard Spencer spent his first trip to Naval Station Norfolk touring the USS Gerald R. Ford and the USS John Warner.
Documents containing personal information were mistakenly sent by the VA to the wrong person in late June.