Doug Bergeson is ready to get back to work this week after surviving a June 25 ordeal that others might not have taken in such stride.
City council has approved a $60 million mixed-use development near Town Center — and with it, comes a deal with the developer.
The Virginia Living Museum and Nauticus are welcoming eclipse viewers to join them on Monday, Aug. 21.
The third community meeting took place Tuesday night at the House of Prayer.
A detour was put in place, but the road has since reopened.
A man was injured after being shot while driving Tuesday night in Hampton, police say.
Cmdr. Bobby Pitts, of Chesapeake, entered the plea Tuesday in San Diego.
Old Dominion University says a partnership between its campus police and Norfolk police has resulted in reduced crime stats.
A suspect is in custody after a police pursuit Tuesday night in Portsmouth, according to dispatchers.
The hate groups listed for Virginia range from neo-Nazis to racist skinheads, black separatists to anti-LGBT.
The two troopers died in a helicopter crash after monitoring a white nationalist protest in Charlottesville.
The Virginia Department of Education released 2016-2017 Standards of Learning (SOL) test results Tuesday.
On Tuesday, city council approved $250,000 for the 2017 Holiday Lights at the Beach.
Old Dominion’s four-way quarterback competition includes a 17-year-old freshman.
The extension establishes a new closing date of no later than Nov. 6.