A death investigation from Wednesday in the 500 block of Lucerne Avenue has been ruled a homicide, according to police on Thursday.
TFC Recycling is preparing to recognize streets and neighborhoods that regularly put those blue bins on the curb.
Eastern Virginia Medical School reports Western Tidewater leads Virginia in diabetes-related deaths.
Robert “Jack” Ewald, 91, fought in the Army’s 115th Infantry Division on the Normandy beaches on D-Day. Now, he wants to go back.
VDEM asked federal officials Friday for more assistance for five Hampton Roads communities impacted by Hurricane Matthew.
Barry Paul was a Navy diver for 27 years, but he suffered a stroke, which left him with paralysis and in need of a custom-made wheelchair.
Steven Michael Volovsek has safely returned home and is back with his family.
A service contractor hit a gas line with a mower near a monitoring and storage warehouse at the plant.
46-year-old Carlos A. Brown pleaded guilty to the charge in July.
An early morning fire at a Suffolk home displaced a family of six, according to fire officials.
Police say a woman who was reported missing early Tuesday morning has been found safe.
Suffolk residents who suffered damage from Hurricane Matthew are asked to call FEMA and register for assistance.
The recovery center will be located at the Virginia Beach Economic Development, 4525 Main Street, Suite 700.
President Barack Obama approved federal aid for four of the nine Hampton Roads cities that requested it. Suffolk wasn’t one of them.
Millions of voters will head to the polls November 8. Here’s what you need to know if you live in Virginia or N.C.