The first place Norfolk Tides lost their third straight game, losing to the Columbus Clippers 4-3.
Virginia State Police confirms a wrong-way driver caused several crashes on I-64 Friday night.
U.S. Marshals and Norfolk police officers arrested two men wanted in a deadly shooting from April.
There’s new leadership on a locally based Navy ship.
Police say Sonny Smith recently forced himself on a female against her wishes.
Detectives arrested 20-year-old Shannon Stocks and 21-year-old Justin Spyres and charged them with robbery, conspiracy and use of a firearm …
Last year 900 Norfolk students didn’t start the school year on time because they weren’t up to date on their shots.
Police closed the lanes of Tidewater Drive near Lindenwood Avenue while they investigated a police chase that ended in a crash Friday.
Henry Urrutia has spent the last two seasons with the Tides, got called up to Baltimore over the weekend and his first major league home run…
NSU and HRT unveiled a joint project Thursday that will make getting to campus more safe for students who use the Tide.
More than 4,000 customers in Norfolk were without power for a time Wednesday, according to Dominion Virginia Power’s website.
Firefighters say there is a gas leak at the intersection of 34th Street and Llewellyn Avenue.
The Navy says the commanding officer of the USS Shamal has been relieved of her duties while allegations into inappropriate behavior are inv…
The Tides returned home with a 4-3 loss to Columbus, but Norfolk remains in first place in the International League South.
Norfolk police confirm a 2-year-old was rushed to a local hospital Wednesday afternoon, after a possible drowning incident.