City officials, along with developers Rhodeside & Harwell, are putting together the city’s first bicycle and pedestrian plan.
An Army soldier from Hampton will serve 20 months behind bars for stealing military property valued at nearly $1 million.
Hampton Police Division Chief Terry Sult says violent crime has been down year-to-date, but a recent spike has reversed that.
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This is the fourth shooting in Hampton in a week.
Police have arrested a man in connection to a triple shooting near Hampton University that left one dead and two others injured.
One of the victims had a life-threatening injury. The other victim is expected to be OK.
A debate between 3rd Congressional District candidates set for Tuesday night has been cancelled.
Firefighters responded to a small brush fire at the Bethel Landfill at 100 North Park Lane, Saturday afternoon.
Burglars vandalized a small business, according to police, helping themselves to personal property and taking tractors for a joyride.
Robert Cooper tells 10 On Your Side one bullet hit the mattress he and his wife were sleeping on.
Crews are working to repair a water main break at the intersection of E. Pembroke Avenue and W. Mercury Boulevard.
About 20 service members of the 689th Rapid Port Opening Element returned home from Haiti Thursday.
Stolen guns in this case have been recovered in Hampton, Newport News, Virginia Beach and other places.
The alternative calls for a lane expansion on Interstate 64 and the Hampton Roads Bridge-Tunnel.