The three on board felt seasick and sent a distress call out. Helicopter crews lifted them out of the choppy waters.
Mark Warner and Ed Gillespie made their final joint appearance Thursday, rehashing familiar talking points, focusing on Hampton Roads.
With less than two weeks left before election day, Christopher Newport University talked to young people about their choices in the race.
The 23-year-old Maryland man who climbed over the White House fence Wednesday night has been charged with felonies.
Hundreds of residents in Hampton have been left without power after a car struck a pole Thursday morning.
Bogus classes and automatic A’s and B’s are at the heart of a cheating scandal at the University of North Carolina that lasted nearly two de…
An Ivor man is accused of shooting and killing his neighbor’s dog.
A former teacher at Tallwood High School will spend three years behind bars for selling pot to another teacher on school grounds.
A manager at Norfolk Health Department will personally visit a local theater Thursday to inspect for any pest problems.
Chesapeake Police are trying to track down the suspects involved in a shooting Wednesday night.
A Hampton City councilman says he had no idea police were using private phones to collect data, until 10 On Your Side reported it.
10 On Your Side investigates claims of bribery made by a Virginia Beach school board candidate.
Someone may have tried to rob former Philadelphia police officer Virginia Hill, before she was killed Saturday.
The request for help came from watchstanders around 3 a.m. aboard the USS Barry who reported a 36-year-old crewmember experiencing chest pai…
The suspects took the credit cards out of a car at Holland Elementary.
If you think you’ve got talent, head to Richmond and prove it.
Police are searching for the person involved in credit card fraud cases.
The CDC has compiled a list of their most asked questions concerning Ebola and are answering them through a special Q&A.
Chief of Naval Operations Adm. Jonathan Greenert says the Navy wants seven-month deployments to be the standard.
The two men with colored rubber gloves held up the business around 10 p.m. Tuesday, according to officers.
The efforts by some property owners to modify or remove a private pier may well be dead in the water in Western Branch.