A man was seriously injured in a shooting Friday afternoon in Newport News.
A winter storm that brought widespread snowfall to the region has caused major problems for residents across Hampton Roads.
25-year-old Stefon I. Malone pleaded guilty to various drug and gun charges in June 2016.
Authorities say no one from the Newport News Sheriff’s Office will contact you by phone to ask for money.
A homicide investigation is underway Thursday evening in Newport News.
Virginia State Police and AAA Tidewater are cautioning drivers to get ready for snowy and icy conditions on area roadways.
One fire fighter was taken to the hospital for what was determined to be a non-fire ground related illness.
A California woman was robbed at gunpoint Monday night at a Best Western Motel, Newport News police say.
“We continue to ask: When is enough, enough?” said Newport News Police Chief Richard Myers.
This is the first homicide of 2017 in Newport News.
The victim was taken to a local hospital with a non life-threatening injury. Police are still searching for the suspect.
32-year-old Timothy Keith McDonald turned himself in Tuesday, police say.
Dispatchers received a call at 1:11 p.m. to send officers to the intersection of 16th Street and Jefferson Avenue.
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The storm caused millions of dollars in damages, disrupted power region-wide and left many without a place to live.