The announcement is one of multiple stops the governor has scheduled for Monday across Hampton Roads.
The FBI confirms several raids in Portsmouth Monday morning were related to a heroin ring operating in Chesapeake and Portsmouth.
The victim’s injuries are considered non life-threatening. Police are still working to learn more about this shooting.
Police have identified the victim in a deadly stabbing that happened early Saturday morning.
There were no reports of injuries, according to dispatchers.
The problem appears to only be getting worse.
This is the third rabid raccoon found in Portsmouth in a week. Two others were found in other areas of the city.
A traffic camera showed the truck completely flipped over off the shoulder of the exit ramp.
Accreditation ensures that TCC can offer federal financial aid and TCC students are allowed to transfer to four-year colleges.
The city hopes to open part of the promenade the week after Labor Day, about two months later than expected.
The wife of a man killed in an officer-involved shooting has filed a lawsuit against the former chief of police and three officers.
One person was taken to the hospital.
Officials say the pesticide does not affect bees, so beekeepers will not need to take special precautions.
Portsmouth held their end of summer recycling event at I.C. Norcom H.S.
The suspect is not yet in custody.