The accident caused delays for motorists on I-64 looking to get off onto Battlefield Boulevard.
Dispatchers say emergency crews were called to the scene at 5:45 p.m.
The bear cubs were involved in accidents in Chesapeake and Suffolk over the weekend.
Crews responded to a car fire on Interstate 464 North Monday, causing the closure of the Military Highway exit.
Police are investigating an attempted robbery that happened at the Tinee Giant in the 1000 block of Jackson Avenue.
Police say a suspect robbed a store, then robbed a pedestrian and fired shots into a witness’ vehicle.
Phase One of the project will widen eight miles of the High Rise Bridge section of I-64.
Thomas Almberg, 49, is currently being held in jail without bond and is also on leave from the fire department.
Police are looking to identify a woman accused of stealing a someone’s credit card and using it to buy merchandise.
A Portsmouth man charged in three separate robbery cases was sentenced to nearly 11 years in prison.
Chesapeake police say they chased two suspects that wound up crashing overnight in Norfolk.
On May 18, Lionell Spruill, Jr. was indicted for using a computer to defraud Norfolk State University.
The victim was transported to Norfolk General Hospital with non life-threatening injuries.
Police are searching for two people who stole from a Chesapeake Target store earlier this month.
“People are angry. People are upset. This is not what we signed up for.”