A Hampton woman contacted WAVY News when what she thought was a notice for a late bill turned out to be something much different.
Several Virginia lawmakers took to social media or issued official statements on the Tuesday morning attacks in Brussels.
The state of the Port of Virginia is good – and getting better, according to Port of Virginia CEO John Reinhart.
The National Weather Service will hold a statewide tornado drill at 9:45 a.m. Tuesday.
The battle over redistricting in Hampton roads kicked off Monday at the nation’s highest court.
Spring officially starts Sunday, and for many that means the greening of the grass, yard work and yes, baby wildlife.
A fire in Southwest Virginia completely destroys a home and sends six people to the hospital.
The woman identified only as “Jackie” filed a motion in federal court this week asking the court to throw out a deposition subpoena.
The company will retain 550 jobs, add 200 more and move its offices to Military Circle.
The cameras will be worn all the time, including inside classrooms — where there are no surveillance cameras.
Mohamad Khweis claims he left because he doesn’t share the terror organization’s views.
Employees in various departments including coal marketing, sourcing and treasury recently relocated from Roanoke to Norfolk.
About one in 10 Virginians claim Irish ancestry, according to the latest data from the U.S. Census Bureau.
The driver lost control on I-664, struck a jersey wall and was ejected 32 feet below the interstate highway.
The bill, known as the Comprehensive Addiction and Recovery Act or CARA of 2015, was approved in a 94 to 1 vote in the Senate.