10 On Your Side first told you Dail’s was closing in July.
It’s not yet clear how badly the victim was injured or where they were shot.
Sharp surveillance video of a man creeping outside a home in Larchmont has neighbors concerned for their safety.
Dispatchers say the incident happened at 7:06 p.m.
The resident is worried that the tree is going to tumble onto his property, but his neighbor claims he can’t afford to remove it.
Detectives are looking for two suspects in an armed robbery Monday night at a Portsmouth cell phone story.
Four adults and three juveniles have been displaced and are being assisted by the American Red Cross.
The center is set up at the Municipal Center, Building 21, 2408 Courthouse Drive.
Hampton police are planning to hold community meetings throughout the city to address a recent uptick in crime.
Members of the Hampton chapter of Delta Sigma Theta Sorority Incorporated held a voter’s registration drive for the inmates.
Old Dominion University police are looking for people who vandalized a number of cars over the weekend.
During a special called meeting Tuesday, city council will consider a proposed Hurricane Matthew Assistance Program.
A date has not yet been set for the judge to review the settlement.
This weekend, Lakewood Plaza residents were told they had to move once again.
The plan, delivered Friday, shows the company complied by launching data sampling of its toll transactions in September.