I-264 Downtown Tunnel Construction Schedule for March 13 – March 23
The USS Theodore Roosevelt finally departed Wednesday morning after its deployment was delayed when marine life clogged the ship’s intake.
The former chief financial officer has proposed to pay a $55,000 fine.
An agreement has been reached about the future of the historic Talbot Hall property in Norfolk.
At least six Catholic schools will not participate in Ocean View’s St. Patrick’s Day parade because of who is leading it.
The American Red Cross is desperate for blood donations after recent winter weather cancelled more than 200 blood drives.
A jury says singers Pharrell Williams and Robin Thicke copied a Marvin Gaye song to create “Blurred Lines.”
A woman accused of claiming a lost dog and then trying to sell it on Craigslist pleaded guilty on Monday.
Several viewers reached out to WAVY after large plumes of smoke were spotted coming from Norfolk International Airport Tuesday morning.
Police were called out to residence in Norfolk after a man was reportedly standing on a front porch, screaming obscenities and throwing lawn…
Walter Antonio Larios-Hernandez is wanted for violating immigration law. His last known location was in Norfolk.
Norfolk dispatch confirmed there was a residence fire in the 400 block of W. 31st Street, around 7 a.m.
Virginia officials want to hear how Hampton Roads should prepare for rising seas.
The man accused of taking two people into custody while impersonating a police officer appeared in court Monday.
A cash reward is now being offered by the family of missing Norfolk teenager Anjelica “AJ” Hadsell.
Public works crews across Hampton Roads have begun repairing thousands of potholes that formed after recent winter storms.
A Norfolk Public Works Department employee was operating a snow plow when she helped save the life of a woman being stabbed
A former Top Gun Navy instructor was found guilty Monday of extorting nine girls to send sexually graphic photos of themselves to him.
Police are investigating after a 41-year-old man was injured in a shooting early Monday morning.
Norfolk Public Utilities crews worked to repair a water main that broke on W. Little Creek Road near Newport Avenue.
A Hampton Roads Transit Tide train derailed Saturday night.