A 27-year-old Emporia man was arrested in Suffolk Thursday on rape and sodomy charges.
It is not the Thanksgiving story a Suffolk family expected after fire destroyed most of their belongings and part of their rental home.
According to police, 24-year-old Michael Earl Madry assaulted an officer responding to a reported fight.
A tractor-trailer overturned on Route 58 in Suffolk, causing a lane closure on the westbound side.
Nathaniel McCoy, Jr. plans to appeal the sentence.
Suffolk Police are investigating after two people were shot in the 200 block of Central Avenue early Sunday morning.
The new Disaster recovery centers in Portsmouth, Suffolk, and Hampton will officially open on Monday afternoon.
Four other officers involved in the incident have been cleared following the internal investigation.
Investigators have determined a clothes dryer sparked the fire.
Police have classified this case as an undetermined death investigation. Foul play is not suspected.
FEMA is opening a disaster recovery center on Monday to help residents and businesses impacted by Hurricane Matthew register for aid.
Not sure what’s open and what’s closed in Hampton Roads for the Thanksgiving holiday? Don’t worry; we’ve got your covered!
The U.S. Small Business Administration added more Virginia cities and counties impacted by Hurricane Matthew to a disaster declaration.
Governor McAuliffe has announced that President Barack Obama has added Suffolk, Portsmouth and Hampton to the IA disaster declaration.
Detectives say Wallace Maurice Gore is not a suspect, but they believe he may have information about this incident.