Investigators say they found 129 marijuana plants, heroin and items related to the distribution of marijuana at the home.
Police have charged a Chesapeake man with contributing to the delinquency of a minor after he sent an explicit woman’s picture to her daught…
A major development project currently underway will soon bring new retail options and hundreds of new jobs to the city of Suffolk.
Blue Bell Creameries is letting go of more than a third of its workforce — including employees in Hampton Roads.
Jackson Greene, who is battling Hodgkin Lymphoma, and his siblings were treated to room renovations.
Suffolk fire-rescue crews put out flames at the Southeastern Public Service Authority Regional Landfill Friday afternoon.
A work truck driver has been charged after police say he crashed into a school bus in Suffolk Friday, sending three people to hospitals.
The Suffolk School District has partnered with the United Way of South Hampton Roads for a revamped summer school program.
They say it takes a village to raise a child, and in Suffolk, that’s exactly the approach being used to help get students ahead.
Police say a Dodge Magnum and a tractor-trailer crashed near the 1900 block of Portsmouth Boulevard/Route 58, around 7:35 a.m.
According to police, Dwight Nathaniel Baker verbally threatened an officer. He then allegedly elbowed the officer in the chest.
Andy Fox investigates retention ponds and what can or should be done to make them safer.
An 83-year-old Suffolk woman called 10 On Your Side after her water bill skyrocketed.
For the second time in a week, Suffolk Firefighters responded to a fire at a vacant home in the 300 block of Boat Street.
According to court documents, 37-year-old Doriean Barberi posted on a website offering sexual services from her and a 17-year-old.
The husband of Suffolk’s city manager is under investigation by Suffolk police.
Suffolk police arrested a man Tuesday, who is accused of raping an underage girl.
Suffolk Police have purchased 125 body cameras and the officers will begin to wear the cameras this summer.
Suffolk Police Department is the latest force to utilize body cameras for their officers.
Suffolk fire investigators say two recent fires are suspicious, but they stopped short of saying the incidents are connected.
No injuries were reported after a residential structure fire burned on the 300 block of Boat Street, Saturday morning.