The jury has found Officer Michael Edington, Jr. not guilty of manslaughter in connection to the 2014 shooting death of David Latham.
Part of Brambleton Avenue in Norfolk was closed on Oct. 5, 2016 because of a large hole in the road.
Harry Kenyon with Norfolk Public Utilities says crews discovered that a sewer line broke and caused the road to cave in.
The National Hurricane Center downgraded Hurricane Matthew to a Category 3 storm during its 2:00 am update.
Donta M. Lamb, of the 500 block of Grantham Road, was taken to the hospital, where he died shortly after arrival.
Local event organizers are beginning to announce schedule changes because of the impending storm.
The Norfolk Department of Public Health lifted a swimming advisory issued for North Community Beach in Ocean View Wednesday.
Dispatchers received the call at 2:30 p.m. about the accident on N. Military Highway near Norview Avenue.
This week Hampton Roads’ four regional domestic violence shelters are coming together to announce a new hotline and response system.
Haiti was hit by Hurricane Matthew Tuesday as the storm powered through the Caribbean Sea.
Navy personnel and families are being asked to review hurricane checklists and plans in case of an evacuation.
Around 12:30 p.m., police responded to a call about a crash with injuries at the intersection of Kennebeck Avenue.
To celebrate the return of the show, Netflix is transforming 200 coffee shops – and 3 are right here in Hampton Roads.
Michael Edington, Jr., the Norfolk police officer on trial for voluntary manslaughter, took the stand Tuesday in his own defense.
An ODU police car was involved in a crash with another car on 41st Street early Tuesday morning.