A Portsmouth judge dismissed two charges against Mayor Wright on Monday.
Firefighters are working to put out a residential fire in the 1400 block of Maple Avenue Saturday afternoon.
Norcom High School held a pep rally on Friday to honor the boys basketball team which won its third consecutive state championship.
A Sufffolk 10-year-old is on a mission to make sure K-9s have what they need in times of trouble.
The Jordan Bridge is waiving tolls on Saturdays and Sundays this spring for those traveling east into Chesapeake.
Associates of the “Corna Sto Boys” gang pleaded guilty to their roles in cocaine trafficking dating back to the 1990’s.
Images from the scene of a fire at the T.O. Williams meat packing plant in Portsmouth on Thursday, March 17.
One person is dead and another is seriously injured following a car crash on State Route 164 in Portsmouth.
Terrence Hoggard, Jr., was shot to death outside of Roger Brown’s Restaurant last year. A suspect was arrested on Wednesday.
A woman was stabbed at the London Oaks Apartments, Thursday night.
An electrical panel at the T.O. Williams Meat packing plant started a fire Thursday afternoon, investigators say.
The suspect from a Thanksgiving homicide has been arrested, according to the U.S Marshall’s Office.
The new vehicle can transport four people instead of two and includes two research stations, extra lighting and more storage.
Portsmouth Police Chief Tonya Chapman shares with 10 On Your Side her plans to cut down on crime.
Wheelabrator is claiming SPSA violated Virginia’s procurement law.