The deadline for residents in Norfolk and Portsmouth to apply for a toll relief program for 2018 is fast approaching.
Panasonic is recalling more than 750 flat-screen TVs over potentially dangerous hazards to children.
You may remember Darja, the war dog who went missing from Portsmouth last month and was later found dead.
The City of Portsmouth has appointed a new member to city council.
More than 23,000 crib and toddler bed mattresses from Dream On are being recalled over a fire hazard.
More than 37 million fire extinguishers that can fail to work are being recalled.
If you need a ride to the polls on November 7, local taxi companies are offering free rides.
It’s free and open to anyone 20 years old and up.
The goal of the “Safe Sleep 365” campaign is to educate parents, families and caregivers on how they can prevent sleep-related death in infa…
More than 1.5 million chest drawers are being recalled, after reports of a 4-year-old being injured by one of them tipping over.
If you received robocalls offering a free cruise, you could be eligible for up to $900 as part of a lawsuit settlement.
About 1,500 items were sold at specialty stores like HomeGoods, Nordstrom and Amazon.
Norfolk families in need help with their cooling costs this summer can apply for assistance through midnight.
The Red Cross says donations are urgently needed to meet the needs of hospital patients in the coming days and weeks.
Applicants must meet certain age, income, and assets requirements to get relief.