FEMA sent out its weekly update Saturday on Hurricane Matthew disaster assistance in the Hampton Roads area.
VDEM asked federal officials Friday for more assistance for five Hampton Roads communities impacted by Hurricane Matthew.
The attorney for Roy Watford has filed more court documents, which he believes further proves Watford’s innocence in a 1977 rape case.
At least 100 concerned citizens came to an open house Thursday to ask questions about a proposed Juvenile Detention Center in Chesapeake.
More than 1,970 households have submitted applications to FEMA for disaster grants for homeowners and renters.
The Commonwealth Transportation Board will hold nine public meetings on prioritizing transportation projects throughout Virginia.
A maintenance person was checked by medics at the scene, but was not taken to the hospital. No injuries were reported.
If you suffered storm damage, you can visit a recovery center to register and apply for recovery assistance and have questions answered.
Officials say the Dominion Boulevard Improvement Project is finished – ahead of schedule and on budget.
Elections officials told 10 On Your Side that a “handful of students” were affected in the precinct at Larchmont Elementary School.
After the students cast their ballots, each one went home with an “I VOTED” sticker.
10 On Your Side received reports of voter intimidation at a Chesapeake precinct Tuesday.
A person was caught Tuesday following a chase that ended in Norfolk when their car crashed into a parked car.
Four people were hurt after a suspect crashed a car early Tuesday morning during a chase with police in Chesapeake.
The recovery center will be located at the Virginia Beach Economic Development, 4525 Main Street, Suite 700.