A travel agent accused of booking a bogus trip for Smithfield High School students has agreed to a plea deal.
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The recordings were preserved by the Tuskegee University archives.
The decision would be a reversal of an Obama-era directive issued in May.
A Chesapeake community has ended a contract with a private security firm following the fatal shooting of a 60-year-old Jiansheng Chen.
The man in the photo has been connected to several other quick change schemes at banks from Richmond to Virginia Beach.
Maryland’s ban on 45 kinds of assault weapons and its 10-round limit on gun magazines were upheld Tuesday.
County officials confirmed to 10 On Your Side that the county will not be accepting application for anymore solar projects.
A Norfolk judge has appointed Amelia Ortega as the city’s acting treasurer amid Anthony Burfoot’s recent suspension.
According to court documents, Ellie Tran took out an emergency protective order against Joseph Merlino III in July.
Albert Wilcott Hatcher is wanted for the Feb. 18 robbery of a Walls Fargo in Hampton.
Police say the driver of a grey Mercedes involved in he crash stayed on scene.
Chief Richard Myers on Wednesday is expected to address a recent pattern of crimes as well as a task force designed to reduce violence.
A look at some of what policy memos from Homeland Security Secretary John Kelly say the government will do.
While most associate marijuana with something smoked, a growing part of the industry involves turning the plant into an oil.
U.S. Rep. Scott Taylor (R-Va.) will hold the final of three town halls Wednesday night on the Eastern Shore.