More than 2,000 customers lost power in Chesapeake Wednesday night.
Months after a 10 On Your Side Investigation, a local business owner received his sentence for taking money from grieving families.
Firefighters responded to the 2500 block of Gilmerton Road just after 1:30 a.m. and found the home engulfed in flames when they arrived.
Police are looking to speak to the man pictured above in reference to a burglary that occurred in Chesapeake last year.
37-year-old Anthony Clifford Cabral is wanted for malicious assault, two counts of use or display of a firearm and attempt to commit a non-c…
Officers say the suspect took the items from a department store on Portsmouth Boulevard.
Chesapeake police are looking for man who covered his face with a scarf while robbing a gas station Wednesday night.
Police say the woman spent $6,000 worth of merchandise at a department store located in the 4200 block of Portsmouth Boulevard.
A disabled Chesapeake man is upset the sidewalk construction along Great Bridge Blvd. has stopped him from reaching businesses.
A Chesapeake man called 10 On Your Side for help because he says he’s lost the ability to get to and from nearby businesses.
Chesapeake police are looking for two fraud suspects. If you could help find them, you might qualify for a reward.
The Chesapeake Sheriff’s Office wants the public to know it is being falsely identified in a phone scam.
An employee at a Chesapeake business prevented a couple from making off with $900 worth of stolen goods.
Southeast Virginia and parts of North Carolina saw scattered snow flurries Tuesday as a winter storm passed through.
Investigators believe they have arrested the killer of a Chesapeake woman whose body was found in a charred vehicle 12 years ago.
Several schools in the WAVY viewing area were delayed and some even closed for the day due to the weather conditions Tuesday morning.
The 31-year-old victim said she left the hospital Saturday night and is unsure when she’ll go back to work.
After months of catalytic converters being ripped from underneath vehicles, local business owners are asking “will it ever stop?”
Crews were called to a vehicle fire in a parking lot along Ring Road Thursday evening, Captain Scott Saunders said.
It happened just before 10 p.m. as the victim was making an ATM deposit outside the Sun Trust Bank on Portsmouth Blvd.
Business owners in Hampton Roads are asking for help in finding those responsible in the theft of dozens of catalytic converters.