Newport News detectives are investigating a double homicide that happened late Wednesday night in the northern section of the city.
Virginia Beach police are looking for the man who was caught on camera breaking into cars in the Chicks Beach area.
The Admirals are hoping their upcoming five-game homestand will help them make a run at a spot in the playoffs.
Statistics encompassing eight crime categories in 2014 showed the largest decrease in Suffolk crime since 2009.
10 On Your Side is hearing from witnesses who called 911 after three men were stabbed in Olde Town Portsmouth.
City and Town Center officials decided there will be no security changes at 5 parking garages after 14 vehicles were vandalized.
The officer involved in the shooting has been placed on administrative duties, pending the outcome of the investigation.
A deputy is no longer working at the IOW sheriff’s office after a student claimed the school resource officer made inappropriate contact.
A community is rallying behind a family with ties to Hampton Roads, after a catastrophic house fire took two lives Monday evening.
Gov. Terry McAuliffe kicked off Virginia’s 2015 legislative session with his State of the Commonwealth address Wednesday night.
The man was arrested in April 2014 after officers were told by the mother that her daughter was listed as an escort online.
After an icy Wednesday morning, VDOT is cautioning drivers of refreezing roads as temperatures drop again overnight.
A jury found a Virginia Beach man guilty on Wednesday of maliciously shooting at two people in a parked car in 2013.
Myles Davon Moton, 24, was arrested on Jan. 15 after police say he shot a 24-year-old man in the 200 block of Kecoughtan Road on Jan. 13.
A Newport News man was sentenced Wednesday after pleading guilty to receiving more than 600 images of child pornography.
The Los Angeles-class attack submarine, under command of Cmdr. Scott Luers, was awarded for the 2014 Battle Effeciency for Submarine Squadro…
Animal control officers received a call from All Creatures Veterinary Hospital for possible animal abuse of two 10-month-old cats.
A dump truck carrying salt overturned Wednesday, Jan. 14, 2014 on Ft. Eustis Blvd. in Newport News.
The world’s oceans are now rising far faster than they did in the past, a new study says.
Norfolk police say two armed men forced their way into the home located in the 6100 block of Pamlico Circle, shortly after 12 a.m.
A report issued by Oceana concludes the development of wind turbines off Virginia’s coast would create thousands of jobs.