AAA predicts this Memorial Day weekend will be one of the busiest for drivers in a decade due to cheaper gas.
A Chesapeake business claims it hasn’t received mail or delivery has been extremely delayed on multiple occasions, since 2013.
A fall hazard has prompted the recall of more than 25,000 booster seats.
It’s called Vibrant Spaces. New businesses who move downtown could get a $20,000 grant plus half-off their rent.
A Newport News house, once the center of rodent horrors, is now gone.
Virginia Beach officials say more than 180 jobs will be created by the expansion of two companies’ headquarters.
Investigative reporter Chris Horne looks at how students are getting away with a new form of cheating.
Under pressure from U.S. safety regulators, Takata Corp. has agreed to declare 33.8 million air bags defective, a move that will double the …
A local man claims TowneBank charged him thousands in late fees without his knowledge because they weren’t on his loan statements.
The Virginia Beach Police Department is investigating the force used by two officers during an arrest at the Oceanfront over the weekend.
It’s the social media story everyone is talking about — the local IHOP hostess that turned off a Virginia Beach police officer with a joke.
Blue Bell Creameries is letting go of more than a third of its workforce — including employees in Hampton Roads.
The U.S. Coast Guard has released a boating safety app designed to provide additional resources for mobile users.
Technology designed to limit dangerous police pursuits has proven effective in early field use, but local agencies are reluctant to use it.
Dabney Morgan Garden Tips from Saturday, May 16, 2015.
A Norfolk resident is fighting over a wetlands board violation for the way she tried to develop her waterfront property.
There’s a new campaign to bring awareness to the fight against Lyme Disease — and it started right here in Hampton Roads.
Anita Blanton’s full report, “Liberty & Justice For All”? examines religious freedom laws in Virginia.
The Sally Beauty chain is confirming that it has suffered a second data breach.
The restaurant chain announced starting May 20 hungry customers can order food through Twitter.
A mother moved out of a Newport News apartment after a bullet flew through her home and into her daughter’s bunk bed.