An early morning crash knocked out power for hundreds of customers in Chesapeake, according to Dominion Energy.
Police in Chesapeake are looking to identify the man wanted in the incident.
Police in Chesapeake are searching for a suspect wanted for shoplifting at a store in December of 2017.
Police are investigating after the Food Lion in the Western Branch section of the city was robbed at gunpoint Monday evening.
Dominion’s website showed more than 5,300 reported outages in the Greenbrier section of Chesapeake.
A townhouse caught fire for the second time in 12 hours in the Greenbrier section of Chesapeake overnight.
Firefighters received the call at 6:38 p.m. and arrived to find flooding throughout the building.
No injuries were reported, but the home’s single occupant has been displaced.
Heavy smoke and flames were coming from the home when firefighters arrived on the scene.
Chesapeake Fire Department officials say it was an accidental fire caused by a technician working on an HVAC unit at the business.
Firefighters say the fire appeared to be caused by the homeowner’s attempt to thaw frozen pipes with a heat gun.
“It’s some of the worst stuff in the world to use on a driveway.”
Snowfall may have finally subsided in Hampton Roads, but frigid temperatures and icy roads will continue to be a major hazard.
Tens of thousands of customers with Dominion Energy have lost power as winter storm brought heavy snow and strong winds to the region.
A winter storm brought blizzard conditions to Hampton Roads and northeast North Carolina Thursday, causing widespread issues in the process.