A woman walked into Maryview hospital with a serious gunshot wound early Sunday morning.
10 On Your Side has been asking HRRJ for comment for months. On Friday, the jail finally released a timeline of Mitchell’s time there.
The CHIPS food distribution event of the summer serves Portsmouth children in need of food while school is out.
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Police are investigating an armed robbery that occurred at the 7-Eleven on Frederick Blvd early Friday morning.
Detectives are looking for whoever shot a man near an apartment complex overnight.
While the questions touched on a variety of topics, most of them came back to city spending.
VSP spokesperson Corinne Geller called this investigation “a formality.”
Detectives with the Portsmouth Police Department found 55-year-old Steven L. Freeman, safe and unharmed.
Robert Marcus, who started the recall effort in May 2015, says the petition has enough signatures needed to force the recall election.
Verbena Askew was appointed as the special prosecutor in the case against Mayor Kenny Wright in March.
Portsmouth fire crews rescued a dog from a house fire on Washington Street Tuesday morning.
Dispatchers received a robbery alarm at 10:24 p.m. from the Shell at 3500 High Street.
The police department has joined Waze’s Connected Citizens program, which offers a two-way for sharing traffic information.
A ruling from the judge is expected within the next week.
Construction on the new Midtown Tunnel connecting Norfolk and Portsmouth was completed months ahead of schedule.
Norman Preston Stephenson and Samuel Gray received sentences of 22 and 10 years, respectively.
After the board heard arguments, the superintendent withdrew his recommendation of expulsion for Josiah.
Marquis Granger was sentenced to 12 months with 12 months suspended.
The first drivers officially passed through one lane of the new Midtown Tunnel Friday.