A major step is about to happen in the completion of the MLK Expressway Project in Portsmouth.
A close friend described the pilot as a fighter, who fought equally to help war veterans and children with special needs.
The job for road crews isn’t finished, even after two weeks of winter storms.
Sailors and Portsmouth firefighters battled flames on the USS Gunston Hall for more than three hours Tuesday.
10 On Your Side got dozens more messages from viewers about a toll billing problem in our Monday report.
Firefighters in Portsmouth have put out a garage fire after flames sparked Tuesday morning.
A student has been charged after a fight at I.C. Norcom High School last Monday.
As the snow melts, Hampton Roads is trading one problem for another.
10 On Your Side is now looking into new claims about incorrect billing: drivers claim they got late notices without getting a first bill.
Portsmouth police have charged a woman and two teenagers after a police chase of a stolen vehicle Saturday night.
Elizabeth River Tunnels has planned single-lane closures for the eastbound tube of the Midtown Tunnel, starting next week.
Chesapeake police have arrested a driver they believe was involved in a fatal hit-and-run crash Friday evening.
More than 60 non-violent offenders shoveled 100 driveways in Portsmouth for the elderly, handicapped and disabled veterans.
A Portsmouth police officer has been served with a summons for simple assault after an alleged altercation with another man.
NORFOLK, Va. (WAVY) — The Harlem Globetrotters are playing this weekend at the Constant Center and they’ve already made their presence known…
Shovels and ice scrapers were in demand Thursday as residents in Portsmouth cleaned up from the storm.
State and local police were called to hundreds of accidents and incident reports Thursday, Feb. 26, 2015.
Portsmouth City Manager John Rowe submitted his letter of resignation to City Council in a closed session Tuesday night.
For the second week, severe winter weather is impacting trash and recycling collections across the Hampton Roads area.
The men allegedly broke into a home in Portsmouth, stole a car in Chesapeake and led police on chase in Portsmouth.
Crews brought the fire under control in about 10 minutes after flames sparked at a home in the 2400 block of Elm Ave.