The first winter storm of 2017 hit Hampton Roads and northeast North Carolina Saturday, Jan. 7.
After a winter storm blew through Hampton Roads and North Carolina, crews are working non-stop to improve road conditions.
The Virginia National Guard is staging about 200 soldiers in the Hampton Roads area.
A winter storm that brought widespread snowfall to the region has caused major problems for residents across Hampton Roads.
Hampton police need your help to identify a man who robbed a 7-Eleven at gunpoint on Saturday, Dec. 31.
Virginia State Police and AAA Tidewater are cautioning drivers to get ready for snowy and icy conditions on area roadways.
A police officer was injured Thursday afternoon responding to a search for a fraud suspect in downtown Hampton.
Just four days into 2017, there have been several shootings in Hampton.
Another vehicle was hit by gunfire as the driver traveled through the intersection of Big Bethel and Burton. The driver wasn’t hurt.
Officials said the owner saw news reports about the incident and reached out Thursday.
32-year-old Timothy Keith McDonald turned himself in Tuesday, police say.
Officers were told the victim was hit by gunfire while he was standing outside of the home.
The storm caused millions of dollars in damages, disrupted power region-wide and left many without a place to live.
Police are investigating a shooting that happened on Seldendale Drive Monday evening.
Hampton Police are investigating after a gunshot victim walked into a local hospital Monday afternoon.