Elbow Road is currently closed at the Chesapeake and Virginia Beach live for emergency repairs.
A homicide investigation is underway in Virginia Beach after a woman was found dead.
Hampton Boulevard from W. Little Creek Road to Terminal Boulevard was closed for six hours following the crash.
You will likely see police and emergency personnel if you are in the area, and hear simulated gunfire.
Residents are being asked to be careful when re-entering homes that have been affected by flood waters.
Neighbors tell 10 On Your Side that the residents had moved out weeks ago.
The Isle of Wight County Sheriff’s Office says to be careful with people who drive around and offer help for cash.
No injuries have been reported.
The strength of trees in Hampton and Newport News were no match for the Hurricane force winds.
No injuries were reported.
VA-TF 2, a Virginia Beach-based urban search and rescue team, left on Thursday for Florida to help in the wake of Hurricane Matthew.
They went with the county’s medical transport bus, which they used to evacuate residents to emergency shelters.
People in the neighborhood tell 10 On Your Side that Hurricane Matthew brought the worst flooding they’ve ever experienced.
It’s not clear how much untreated wastewater made it to Linkhorn Bay before the leak was stopped.
As Hurricane Matthew swept through the area, homeless Hampton Roads residents found themselves seeking shelter.