Portsmouth deputies will be giving rides to intoxicated drivers Wednesday night, as part of the Safe Ride Home program.
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Flu activity is very high in Virginia and North Carolina, and local hospitals are recommending people wear masks.
The Va. Beach woman accused of stealing dozens of holiday packages from front porches the last few weeks faced a judge Monday.
Along Richmond Crescent, homes have been raised several feet higher thanks to federal funds.
Cases of influenza are on the rise, but the surprise is that many of the patients catching the virus already got their flu shots.
10 On Your Side talked to several chapter presidents about how the country can “Stop the killings.”
From her Norfolk jail cell, a woman accused of making meth told 10 On Your Side she wants to change the image others have of her.
A mother turned in to police by her daughter for allegedly making meth went to Norfolk court Thursday.
Gloucester’s school board has delayed voting on a policy involving restroom facilities for a transgender student, until December.
Norfolk voters overwhelmingly voted yes for an elected school board. On Tuesday’s ballot, 85 percent supported the referendum.
A national transportation official has referred to a massive airbag recall as a “ticking time bomb” because the devices have exploded.
Norfolk Police Department is equipping its officers with the tools to help victims of combat-like wounds.
Congressman Rigell is expressing disappointment, along with NASA leadership and Orbital Sciences Corp., over the failed Antares launch.
More local police departments are looking into getting body cameras for officers, to increase transparency amid police operations.
A Hampton City councilman says he had no idea police were using private phones to collect data, until 10 On Your Side reported it.