A 10 On Your Side investigation looks into the diversity demographics of Hampton Roads’ police departments.
Phil Hamilton was once one of the most powerful state leaders in Richmond — until he was sent to jail for bribery and extortion.
Key players behind a 58-year deal between the state and Elizabeth River Crossings talked with Andy Fox to give insight into the controversia…
Why did Winston Burton only serve a fraction of his sentences for such violent crimes?
Experts say the biggest obstacle is getting addicts the proper treatment. The barrier there is the cost of getting that second chance.
10 On Your Side looks at the unique training it takes for police officers to deal with tough situations.
A Virginia group says it is hoping new technology will help prove a man’s innocence in a 26-year-old rape case.
Travion Blount was originally sentenced to more than six life terms for his role in an armed robbery. He is now making one one last push for…
Every 25 seconds in the U.S, a baby is born addicted to drugs. Laura Caso looks at a growing epidemic — and one facility looking to help.
Several people living in two neighborhoods in the Princess Anne section of Virginia Beach expressed issues with mail service.
Currituck County officials are taking the lead on an innovative way to get drugs out of schools.
A former firefighter says working in a man’s world led to problems on the job.
10 On Your Side has learned Hal Short is demanding $1.5 million or he’ll sue for more than $41 million, and taxpayers could be footing that …
WAVY’s Matt Gregory looks at how one Hampton Roads city is looking to help troubled veterans.
For Shannon Scolly and her family, their problems began a few weeks after she booked a move with a company called Savannah Van Lines.