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.
The reward offer for information leading to an arrest pertaining to the recent arson cases in Nags Head and Kill Devil Hills has been increa…
Westbound Ft. Eustis Boulevard has reopened after a dump truck carrying 14 tons of salt overturned there Wednesday morning.
Meteorologist Jeremy Wheeler reports things are improving across the area after there was sleet and freezing rain in our inland sections.
A Chesapeake woman will spend more than five years in prison for her role in an identity theft scheme.
Newport News police are looking for a man accused of murder.
The biggest outages have been reported in Gloucester and Williamsburg, according to Dominion Virginia Power.
Areas under Winter Weather Advisories have seen a mix of sleet and freezing rain in Hampton Roads Wednesday.
A concerned citizen emailed 10 On Your Side after waiting weeks for broken lights along a busy Norfolk street to be fixed.
On Tuesday, a federal court ruled against a Norfolk business owner in his battle for free speech.
There’s a possible new weapon in the fight against campus sexual assaults in Virginia: a bill being proposed in the General Assembly.
Another airline just made its final trip out of Newport News-Williamsburg International Airport.
The Army held a public listening session to let the community talk about proposed force reduction and restructuring at Ft. Eustis.
Drivers in the OBX are frustrated by high gas prices, as motorists across much of country are experiencing relief at the pump.