Since Friday, Virginia Beach alone has fixed more than 30 water main breaks.
According to Newport News Police, a Hampton mother said she left her 6-year-old daughter alone in a car because she had no one to watch her.
A brief police chase in Newport News ended in an arrest and a discovery a few days later.
What are the rules about abandoned vehicles on the side of the road? 10 On Your Side talked to police and found out.
Frigid water bubbled onto 35th Street near Wickham Avenue around 8:30 a.m. Thursday, leaving 14 people without water.
The water main break is located on 35th Street between Wickham and Marshall Avenue.
Police say a WAVY viewer saw the little boy’s picture on the news, knew he was at his Aunt’s house, and called to report where he was.
Wednesday morning, U.S. marshals captured a pair of fugitives in Newport News who were wanted in Oklahoma.
10 On Your Side explains how each school district in Hampton Roads is working recent snow days into the school calendar.
Heavy snowfall overnight dumped up to 11 inches in some places in Virginia.
James City County police arrested a fourth suspect Monday in a murder-for-hire case from 2013.
Due to the wintry weather conditions this week, some municipalities in Hampton Roads have altered their trash collection schedules.
First responders across Hampton Roads worked multiple vehicle crashes, as a snow storm moved through the area.
Power crews across the area are prepared if this week’s winter weather causes outages.
State and local crews continue to treat the roads after the the storm brought sleet and freezing rain across the region.
Residents across Hampton Roads woke up to snow, sleet and icy roads after a winter storm passed through the area overnight.
Outage activity peaked last night at 10:30 p.m. with 103,000 customers out.
Strong winds from an Arctic cold front left thousands of Dominion Virginia Power customs without power.
After crashing with another vehicle, into a light pole, and being ejected from his car, a Newport News man was only minorly injured.
A Norfolk-based Navy helicopter made a precautionary landing in Newport News Thursday, after crew members smelled fumes.
Four defendants pleaded guilty Thursday morning in the hazing deaths of two Hampton Roads students.