Detectives are trying to find a man on a green mountain bike who tried to rob a Portsmouth jewelry store Saturday morning.
The Portsmouth police’s Major Crimes Unit is asking the public to look at surveillance video from a gas station robbery.
A sandwich shop owner spoke about the murdered 18-year-old employee who might have one day taken over his Portsmouth business.
Trucks at businesses across Hampton Roads have been targeted by thieves looking for catalytic converters worth thousands of dollars.
A Norfolk man is upset he was charged tunnel tolls for trips made by someone with license plates stolen from his car.
A Virginia Senate committee approved a plan to create an independent commission to redraw the state’s legislative districts.
Omar Booker’s mother, Maxine Vinson, wants answers after her son was gunned down doing the job he loves.
Portsmouth police confirm a body pulled from the Elizabeth River Tuesday afternoon has been identified as that of a missing woman.
Portsmouth police are searching for a couple accused of carjacking a man after they asked him for a ride early Tuesday morning.
People from across Hampton Roads came together on Saturday to surprise a complete stranger with kindness.
Detectives with Portsmouth’s Special Victims Unit are asking the public for help finding Dellareece B. Norfleet.
An officer was doing an accident report at a local CVS when a passerby told him there was a heist in progress.
Officers said the man checked into Maryview Hospital with bullet wounds to the leg.
Organizers say the reason for the forum is to discuss what they call the social ills that plague inner-city youth.
Around 1 p.m., crews got a call for a smell of smoke at the place of worship on Chestnut Street.
Central Christian Academy on Hodges Ferry Road is closing at its normal time, but they have canceled after care.
10 On Your Side is hearing from witnesses who called 911 after three men were stabbed in Olde Town Portsmouth.
Dispatchers received a call for shots fired at Pure Diamonds Lounge in the 4100 block of Portsmouth Boulevard at 1:58 a.m.
The nuclear-powered attack submarine USS Norfolk is at Portsmouth Naval Shipyard to begin a year-long inactivation process.
The wire went down just south of Frederick Boulevard around 9:20 p.m.
Around 12:30 a.m., a trooper on I-464 southbound picked up a car coming down the interstate at almost 20 mph over the speed limit.