WAVY News 10 spoke to Virginia Governor Terry McAuliffe Wednesday about the snow removal progress across the commonwealth.
A former hospital worker is due in court on charges of abducting and killing a University of Virginia student.
The recipients of Virginia tourism grants totaling $773,000 are set to be announced.
With nearly a foot of snow in some areas of Virginia, the governor and highway officials are advising residents to avoid travel.
After years of failed attempts, legislation has passed that will allow home-schooled students to participate in public-school sports.
Ride-sharing companies like Uber and Lyft are now completely street legal in Virginia.
Virginia State Police report they have responded to hundreds of service calls statewide following the overnight storm, including two of thei…
A record number of motorists have called AAA Mid-Atlantic for help with dead batteries and other storm-related problems.
Heavy snowfall overnight dumped up to 11 inches in some places in Virginia.
Heavy snowfall overnight led to flight cancellations at Richmond International Airport.
High winds have left at least 25,000 electric customers without power in Virginia amid brutally cold conditions.
Virginia and North Carolina have been declared states of emergency ahead of Monday’s winter storm.
Drivers should stay off the roads during dangerous winter conditions. However, If you have to travel, here are some tips:
A photo gallery of winter weather in Hampton Roads captured by WAVY viewers during a storm the week of Feb. 16, 2015.
Governor Terry McAuliffe announced tonight that Virginia Department of Transportation (VDOT) crews are prepared and ready for a statewide wi…
Four defendants pleaded guilty Thursday morning in the hazing deaths of two Hampton Roads students.
President Barack Obama’s approval rating is underwater in the Commonwealth, according to a new CNU poll.