Friday at Joint Base Langley-Eustis, a local soldier received the highest honor for an act of valor in a non-combat situation.
Hampton police say they are investigating the vandalism of one of their police vehicles, as well as the vandalism of a Virginia State Police…
Jeffrey Tudder turned himself in to police Saturday morning after he was suspected of stealing packages.
Fox sightings in a Hampton neighborhood turned violent last week and one woman called 10 On Your side to get the warning out.
A tractor-trailer crash on I-64 East caused major traffic delays in Hampton Tuesday afternoon.
An investigation shows the Hampton VA Medical center did not take all the right steps to treat a patient who tried to commit suicide.
For the first time, the wife of a man killed in a charter bus crash is speaking about what happened.
Hampton police’s Crash Reconstruction Team has determined a medical condition caused a fatal single-vehicle crash Monday.
A senior-citizen home in Hampton is closing, but residents being forced to move can’t take their belongings to their new homes.
A Hampton man will spend more than a decade in prison for a homicide outside a local restaurant two years ago.
University officials confirm a 19-year-old physics student died Friday inside Hampton University Library.
The commander of McDonald Army Center at Joint Base Langley-Eustis in Hampton was relieved of duty Wednesday.
Part of Hampton City Schools budget approved Wednesday for next year involves closing Tarrant Elementary School.
Hampton Police to arrest a man recovering in the hospital after being involved in a gunfight.
Three schools in Hampton were placed on lockdown while police searched for a homicide suspect, Wednesday morning.
A multi-vehicle crash on westbound Interstate 64 caused major delays Tuesday morning.
The Dept. of Veterans Affairs is relaxing a rule so veterans can prove they live at least 40 miles from a VA health site.
Hampton police arrested an 18-year-old over the weekend for breaking windows at a fire station in Wythe.
Hampton University’s season ended late Thursday when the Pirates lost to No. 1 Kentucky 79-56.
At Hampton University Thursday, there are subtle reminders that the impossible has happened before and it can happen again.
Training opportunities are being offered for emergency responders, managers and volunteers at the Virginia Emergency Management Symposium.