A Suffolk girl set out to create medical emergency kits for local K-9’s, and she accomplished he mission.
The donation was to help kick off the city’s annual Stamp Out Hunger Food Drive.
Federal agents say David Campbell told them he’s been involved with child porn for at least 25 years.
A wateline has broken at the Ted Constant Convocation Center.
Speaking in front of NSU administrators, faculty, staff, students and local delegates, Gov. McAullife called his education bill, historic.
The Buffalo Bills will retire Bruce Smith’s No. 78 at the home opener this fall.
Pieter Reidy faced a judge at U.S. District Court in Norfolk after he was caught with guns five months ago.
17-year-old Granby High School student Keyshawn Davis is one of the top amateur boxers in the country.
The family of Jamycheal Mitchell has filed a wrongful death lawsuit in Norfolk Federal Court.
BAE Systems has been awarded new contracts for ship repair and maintenance work at its Norfolk shipyard, and has avoid expected May layoffs.
Crews have begun the process of tearing down the exterior of the Waterside District annex Monday morning.
A multi-car crash on I-264 west at the Berkley Bridge caused delays for motorists going into Portsmouth Tuesday morning.
The daughter of a man killed in an accident with a Norfolk police cruiser, remembers her father.
A Suffolk man has been indicted on multiple federal heroin charges, including distribution resulting in death.
Crews with Virginia Natural Gas responded to a gas leak on Hastings Street at E. Chester Street Monday morning.