Police have identified two Hampton men as suspects in the investigation of a shooting along North King Street last Monday.
Minutes before 4:30 p.m., a single-vehicle crash occurred in the first block of Shelton Road, according to the Hampton Police Division.
Detectives with the Norfolk Police Department have located a 29-year-old Isle of Wight woman who had been missing for almost two months.
In the wake of cybersecurity breaches, Va. lawmakers are pushing for a cyber operations squadron at Joint Base Langley-Eustis.
Here are the holiday schedules for tree disposal and trash pickup throughout Hampton Roads.
Hampton police are investigating a series of burglaries at city schools, and they need the public’s help identifying suspects.
The Lady Pirates put up a fight in the opening half, but ultimately didn’t have enough to take down top-ranked South Carolina.
Hampton fire crews extinguished a small one-room fire Tuesday night.
An Air Force training jet made an emergency landing in Newport News Tuesday afternoon.
Police say a man was shot after an altercation ensued between him and two other men who are accused of robbing him.
Two people were transported to a local hospital late Sunday after a double shooting in Hampton.
The annual wreath laying ceremonies began in 1992. The mission is to remember, honor and teach.
Fire crews responded to the 200 block of Albert E. Simpson Street around 2:17 a.m.
Officers said someone smashed the front-door glass of a home on Mohawk Road and took several items.
The head of the Hampton VA Medical Center has no plan to overhaul his staff, despite remarks from the new VA secretary.
At Wednesday night’s city council meeting, Hampton police officers and bus drivers said they are underpaid and unappreciated.
Hampton Mayor George Wallace is responding to backlash, after his participation in a peaceful protest last week.
Officials say there were no injuries in a two-story house fire in Hampton Wednesday afternoon.
Many families picked up their new or gently used coat Dec. 6 at the Blocker YMCA in Norfolk.
On Thursday, members of the military, who were in Hampton for Ebola monitoring, were finally free to go home.
In Hampton Roads, police departments forbid officers from using chokeholds, the take-down method that killed a Staten Island man.