Hampton Roads cities, museums, and organizations are providing special programming to educate and celebrate Black History Month.
The U.S. Air Force’s F-22 Raptor Demonstration Team will be performing a rehearsal demo Saturday at Joint Base Langley-Eustis.
Dr. Mary T. Christian was the first African-American delegate to the Virginia House of Delegates since Reconstruction.
There are several blood donation opportunities scheduled across Hampton Roads over the next month.
On National Signing Day, young men across Hampton Roads will decide which college they will continue their academic and playing careers.
Attorney General Mark Herring announces a new human trafficking task force.
Armstrong School for the Arts in Hampton has been evacuated due to smoke that was found on the third floor of the school.
Attorney General Mark Herring on Tuesday formally announced the creation of a new human trafficking task force in Hampton Roads.
The fire department is expecting some hot stops until the remainder of the warehouse’s roof can be removed.
A suspect armed with a utility knife took cash from a charity jar as well as money from a 7-Eleven Monday morning, police say.
Hampton fire crews responded to a heavy two-alarm fire Sunday morning at Amory’s Seafood in Hampton.
Hampton Fire crews battled a heavy fire in the 100 block of King Street early Sunday morning.
Local groups are urging people to register under the Affordable Care Act before today’s deadline.
The victim had multiple gunshot wounds and suffered life-threatening injuries.
Celebration Healthcare kicks off on Saturday at the Hampton Roads Convention Center.