10 On Your Side has the story of a special Norfolk woman whose last act on Earth was exercising her civic duty of voting.
Detectives are asking for help in trying to identify a man who they say assaulted a HRT driver.
Authorities said they recovered approximately $70,000 worth of stolen jewelry.
Rainy conditions in the first week of May have led to several event cancellations in Hampton Roads.
The Department of Housing and Urban Development says Norfolk can use the money for projects designed to create jobs.
WAVY had the honor of hosting the 12th annual Heroes at Home Military Spouse Awards on Thursday.
According to police, the crime happened at the New Life Providence Church in the 1400 block of Colonial Avenue.
According to court documents, the employee rolled back the miles on car’s odometers on DMV paperwork for a Chesapeake dealership.
More than 100 crew members aboard the USNS Spearhead returned to their loved ones when the ship returned to her homeport on Thursday.
The mother says nothing is being done about the bullies who repeatedly taunt and hurt her 12-year-old son.
Unattended cooking started an apartment fire in the 2100 block of Pretty Lake Avenue.
This is the new mayor’s first interview with the media since Tuesday’s election.
A group of neighbors in Ghent say they want symbols of love and affection, adorned to the rails of the Hague footbridge, to be removed.
Police responded to a shooting Tuesday in the area of Olney and Smith Street around P.B. Young Elementary School.
A Newport News man was sentenced to 35 years in jail Wednesday for violent crime and drug offenses as well as a previous federal arms convic…