Power crews across the area are prepared if this week’s winter weather causes outages.
State and local crews continue to treat the roads after the the storm brought sleet and freezing rain across the region.
Complaints against Chesapeake police officers are down since they started wearing body cameras while on duty.
Residents across Hampton Roads woke up to snow, sleet and icy roads after a winter storm passed through the area overnight.
Outage activity peaked last night at 10:30 p.m. with 103,000 customers out.
Strong winds from an Arctic cold front left thousands of Dominion Virginia Power customs without power.
Dozens of residents in Chesapeake are at odds with the city over the recently opened Veterans Bridge.
A Chesapeake man is locked up, charged with downloading and distributing graphic images of children.
Emergency crews were called to the 1000 block of Waters Road in Chesapeake at 3:50 p.m.
Temperatures warmed up nicely Thursday, only to take a big dip in the early evening hours, enough to produce snowfall.
Police say the two men removed $450 worth of clothing from a store located in the 1400 block of Greenbrier Parkway on Jan. 31.
Authorities are searching for two men they say stole money from a man via a MoneyGram after listing a car for sale on Craigslist.
All lanes along eastbound Interstate 64 at Battlefield Boulevard were closed for a brief time after a tractor-trailer rolled over Wednesday.
Chesapeake police are trying to identify a woman accused of shoplifting in December.
Great Bridge Boulevard, between Fernwood Farms and Dominion Boulevard, were closed while crews made repairs. Lanes have reopened.
A motorcycle crash injured two people Sunday afternoon.
Fire crews battled a blaze at a home on 22nd Street in the South Norfolk section of Chesapeake Saturday afternoon.
New details are emerging about a local Coast Guardsman accused of shooting three people in Massachusetts Thursday.
Captain Scott Saunders with Chesapeake Fire Department said crews responded to the school, located at 600 Park Avenue, Friday morning.
A Chesapeake woman rented a moving truck and got a $54 bill from U-Haul for the toll of one trip across the Jordan Bridge.
Some parents contacted 10 On Your Side when they learned about a new banned item at Western Branch High School: headbands.