A pet turtle was saved from a house fire on Kings Creek Road in Gloucester on Thursday evening.
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About 20 kids with signs lined up along Monument Avenue in Richmond. The group was from The ARTS Community Center.
Gov. Roy Cooper issued a state disaster declaration Wednesday for Windsor,
Tidewater Community College held an event Wednesday to celebrate their first 10 STEM Promise Program Scholars.
More than 7,000 sailors with the USS George H.W Bush Carrier Strike Group will be returning home to Naval Station Norfolk Monday.
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Newport News Police found what appeared to be a bullet that had traveled through an apartment window into a wall on 36th Street.
Suffolk Fire and Rescue crews responded late Tuesday evening to a residential structure fire on Buckhorne Crescent in the Deerfield neighbor…
The All Williamsburg Solidarity Alliance held a vigil in Williamsburg in response to the Charlottesville victims from yesterday’s rally.
The Department of Justice announced the settlement with Virginia Beach-based ADS Inc. on Thursday.
The parent company of Applebee’s and IHOP says it expects to close 160 restaurants by the end of the fiscal year.
Clevane Gillespie says the time and effort he puts in to transform his yard into a giant Redskins tribute is proof that he’s the biggest fan…
York-Poquoson’s Sheriff’s Office is looking for a man who is suspected of shoplifting from a Food Lion in Yorktown.
County officials in Virginia have granted Busch Gardens an approval the park needed to move forward in building a new, tall attraction.
A swimming advisory has been lifted for the Lynnhaven Inlet area of Virginia Beach.