The Currituck County Sheriff’s office is warning residents to be on the lookout for an IRS Tax Warrant Scam.
Crews were called to a vehicle fire in a parking lot along Ring Road Thursday evening, Captain Scott Saunders said.
It happened just before 10 p.m. as the victim was making an ATM deposit outside the Sun Trust Bank on Portsmouth Blvd.
Portsmouth released surveillance video Thursday of suspects related to a teen’s killing at a local sandwich shop.
State police investigators have started working on the case involving Virginia Beach Mayor Will Sessoms.
Norfolk’s new courthouse includes state-of-the-art security features that will better protect the public, Sheriff Robert McCabe said.
Business owners in Hampton Roads are asking for help in finding those responsible in the theft of dozens of catalytic converters.
There’s a push for more men and women in blue in Norfolk, and dozens showed up and showed interest at an open house Thursday.
Virginia delegation from both sides of the aisle are working together to stop another round of sequestration.
The price of gas along the Outer Banks in recent weeks has thousands of people upset and wanting answers.
A water main break caused a road closure in downtown Norfolk Thursday evening into Friday.
The Air Force chose to take its Installation and Mission Support Center Headquarters to San Antonio instead of Langley Air Force Base.
Portsmouth’s Special Victims Unit is asking the public to help find 23-year-old Donta Williams.
The 29-year-old was found guilty of child neglect and malicious wounding.
Detectives are trying to find a man on a green mountain bike who tried to rob a Portsmouth jewelry store Saturday morning.
The Portsmouth police’s Major Crimes Unit is asking the public to look at surveillance video from a gas station robbery.
PEOPLExpress must move out of the Newport News/Williamsburg International Airport by February 2nd, or face legal action.
Officials said they will use the money from the Best Friends Animal Society to adopt out 250 dogs and cats to families.
Dispatch was first alerted around 10:45 a.m. to the flames at 137 Dunn Circle. The blaze was put out in under 20 minutes.
Otto, a decorated K-9 on the force for years has passed away.
A state Senate committee has endorsed a proposal to require 20 minutes a day of physical activity for public school students.