The Salvation Army tells WJTV that more donations are missing.
A jet suffered a double engine failure shortly after taking off from NAS Oceana four years ago today.
A Japanese sniper killed Sgt. John Charlton Holladay in 1943. His family finally got the chance to give him a proper burial Monday.
Family, friends and officers will gather at Liberty Baptist Church Monday to remember Trooper Chad Dermyer.
Four people were rescued from their sailboat by the Coast Guard Friday night three miles west of Cape Charles.
U.S. Coast Guard Little Creek Station successfully conducted two rescue efforts this week, rescuing three man and a child.
A local veteran has been matched up with a four-legged friend to help him through some difficult times.
Blonde and fluent in German, she posed as a nurse who was anxiously trying to contact her fake fiance to gain intelligence.
U.S. Air Force Lt. Col. Ivan Pennington was removed from his assignment because of “loss of confidence in his ability to command.”
Dominion is recruiting for several business units, including nuclear, skills trades, technical and general services.
Jurors found Lincoln Military Housing negligent in dealing with mold inside a home, but not in breach of contract.
Events across the nation and in Hampton Roads Tuesday marked the 50 years since the end of the Vietnam War.
The drugs seized are worth more than $200 million, according to the Coast Guard.
A hijacker claiming to have an explosive belt diverted a passenger jet and was holding 11 people hostage over what appeared to be a “persona…
Aviation officials confirmed no explosives were found. The Navy will take care of the passengers until arrangements are made.