View photos of the USS Theodore Roosevelt’s departure on Wednesday, March 11, 2015.
The USS Theodore Roosevelt finally departed Wednesday morning after its deployment was delayed when marine life clogged the ship’s intake.
Human remains washed ashore in heavy fog Wednesday after seven Marines and four soldiers were killed in an Army helicopter crash during a ni…
Naval Medical Center Portsmouth accepted a bronze statue on Tuesday, honoring woman who died in the War on Terror.
A tribute to women who help keep the country safe was unveiled in Portsmouth Tuesday.
The U.S. Army is seeking about $23 million from Virginia for two parcels at Fort Monroe.
The USS Theodore Roosevelt was stuck in port for most of the day Monday as the rest of the Carrier Strike Group deployed.
A former Top Gun Navy instructor was found guilty Monday of extorting nine girls to send sexually graphic photos of themselves to him.
Teams from Air Station Elizabeth City and Portsmouth started searching Sunday after someone reported a red flare near Craney Island.
An exhibit about the Coast Guard in North Carolina is scheduled to open at the Outer Banks History Center in Manteo.
The Coast Guard rescued two people after the boat they were on sank 35 miles off the coast of Ocean Isle Beach in N.C.
Newly unsealed documents paint a darker picture of the murder of a U.S. Coast Guardswoman.
The new facility features more than a dozen new exam rooms and updated technology.
The USS Roosevelt remained docked in Norfolk after marine life clogged the ship’s intake before it’s scheduled deployment.
Newport News Fire Department crews arrived on scene shortly after and EOD crews determined the package was not hazardous.
A Navy captain has received a 30-day sentence after pleading guilty to a pornography charge.
Congress sent legislation to President Obama on Tuesday that funds the Department of Homeland Security.
Sailors and Portsmouth firefighters battled flames on the USS Gunston Hall for more than three hours Tuesday.
Victims of the worst loss of life in the Virginia National Guard since World War II were remembered in Virginia Beach Tuesday.
David Petraeus, the former CIA director and top Army general has agreed to plead guilty to mishandling classified materials.
The Hampton Roads Economic Development Alliance has tapped a former admiral to lead the agency.