Fire officials identified one of the three victims as 61-year-old Cynthia Martenis, of Chesapeake.
Fire officials are continuing their investigation into a fire at a senior living complex they say killed three people and injured six others…
Chesapeake Police are investigating after the Amazing Glazed was robbed this afternoon.
Fire destroyed a large portion of a Senior Living Center in Chesapeake early Saturday morning, killing 3 and hurting 6.
No one was hurt following a fire that damaged a home in the Great Bridge area of Chesapeake Saturday morning.
More than 150 people are displaced from 144 damaged apartments.
The home is a total loss. One adult and one child were displaced.
Gunnery Sgt. Mark A. Hopkins leaves behind his wife, Patricia and three children, 2-year-old Wyatt, 1-year-old Abby and infant Lewis.
Officers closed the bridge around 1:55 a.m., and it reopened just after 6:30 a.m.
Yet another heat advisory will be in effect from 10 a.m. to 8 p.m. Friday for our region.
The Red Cross is helping the three adults and teenager who were displaced.
A heat advisory is in effect for much of Hampton Roads and northeast North Carolina. Here’s how you can stay cool.
Chesapeake’s zoning department is scheduled to review a project that would build nearly 400 homes and apartments this month.
According to police, Steven Julian admitted to killing his parents, Clark and Sally, on the night of April 9.
Dispatchers say no injuries were reported.