A Suffolk church decided to pitch-in and help victims of the devastating West Virginia flooding while celebrating our nation’s independence.
Several WAVY viewers sent us photos and videos of lightning and ominous clouds.
Researchers will be calling Suffolk residents, asking for them to weigh in on neighborhood quality and perceptions of crime and the police.
John Tice is a fifth grade math and science teacher who has been named Teacher of the Year in Suffolk.
Officials say West Nile Virus activity was discovered in a mosquito poll in the Lake Kennedy area of Suffolk.
The horse began showing symptoms of the disease on June 22, and was euthanized on June 23.
10 On Your Side is kicking off an initiative dedicated to making our neighborhoods a better place for the month of July.
Two men robbed a Feather-N-Fin restaurant in downtown Suffolk late Wednesday night.
Surveillance shows the suspect walking around a gun display counter, and even peering over and reaching behind the counter.
The road has since reopened.
The driver, a man, was not injured. He was charged with failing to maintain his lane of travel.
Firefighters responded to a warehouse fire in the 160 block of County Street, early Sunday morning.
Don’t let your kids’ (or your) brain turn to mush over the summer! Check out these ways to get rewarded for reading.
A Suffolk home was deemed a total loss after it was hit by an early morning fire Thursday.
Habitat for Humanity is struggling to find enough people who can qualify financially to own and live in the houses.