Forty-seven people in 12 states have become infected with salmonella believed to be linked to yellow Maradol papayas.
10 On Your Side investigates what’s standing between a local Army veteran and a breakthrough drug that could treat his deadly disease.
A 10 On Your Side investigation uncovers how much taxpayer money has been spent to settle cases when citizens sue over police actions.
The City Attorney’s Office has filed a motion to dismiss the suit.
Dominion Energy is moving full speed ahead with its Atlantic Coast Pipeline, but one Hampton Roads resident is saying, “Not in my backyard.”
It’s a partnership between Seton Youth Shelters and Circle A Home for Horses.
Both Mike Plessinger and the City of Portsmouth tried to convince the judge which side had violated statute of limitation laws.
10 On Your Side’s Andy Fox shows first hand why so many swimmers get into trouble at College Creek in James City County.
The maker of Sabrett hot dogs is recalling more than 7 million pounds of hot dogs because they may contain bone fragments.
The Sheriff Joe Baron Foundation targets children ages 10 to 14 — a time when kids start getting into trouble.
10 On Your Side spoke with an AAA mechanic to learn important tips for making sure your car is prepared to withstand the hot temperatures.
Norfolk Naval Shipyard will host a hiring event next week for veterans, current active duty service members and military spouses.
For months, an inmate sat in the Virginia Beach jail, knowing he shouldn’t be there.
The Vietnam veteran ring was discovered at Deer Park in Newport News last week. The inside band reads “L.B. 1971-1972.”
His name is NOA — pronounced “Now” — and he may be the future of autism intervention.