10 On Your Side has another piece of the video puzzle, showing the course of events that led to a recent arrest at the Oceanfront.
A Norfolk business owner caught a thief on his surveillance camera, and he wants everyone to see it.
Westboro Baptist Church, infamous for anti-gay protests and funeral picketing, is planning a protest outside a Kill Devil Hills high school.
Waterside is now locked up tight, and it appears as if nothing is being done to it. City leaders say looks can be deceiving.
Four of six brothers charged in the decade-long sexual abuse of a single victim pleaded guilty in Perquimans County Thursday.
A severe thunderstorm watch was in effect until 8 p.m. for mainland Dare County, N.C.
A fall hazard has prompted the recall of more than 25,000 booster seats.
Officers are looking for 25-year-old James D. Mills. He is said to be 6’1” tall and weigh about 170 pounds.
Police are searching for a man accused of using a credit card stolen from a gym’s locker room in Chesapeake.
Hampton Roads leaders discussed dozens of possible transportation projects on Thursday.
Police say they found six children, ranging from 5 months to 10 years of age, home alone in the 1000 block of Denhart Street.
It’s called Vibrant Spaces. New businesses who move downtown could get a $20,000 grant plus half-off their rent.
Newport News police are looking for a man they say pulled out a knife after a Wal-Mart employee approached him about suspected stolen items.
Mounting cargo volume appears to be improving the Port of Virginia’s bottom line and has port officials ready to reinvest more money into it…
A state council has rejected a proposal to add a criminal penalty to Virginia’s Freedom of Information Act.
Our temps in Hampton Roads will only be in the upper 60s to low 70s for highs.
A new report shows that 2014 was a banner year for commercial fishing in North Carolina.
Investigators say they found heroin, cocaine, and a firearm in Allen Andre Brown’s bedroom back in 2014.
A crash in the Kings Grant area of Virginia Beach stopped traffic for almost three hours overnight.
Travel organization AAA expects the number of Virginians traveling during the Memorial Day weekend to be the highest in a decade.
A business owner on the Eastern Shore collapsed in the courtroom after she was sentenced for a fraud scheme.