People from across Hampton Roads came together on Saturday to surprise a complete stranger with kindness.
Someone broke into Shawn Ferrell’s Hampton home, ransacked it and stole money he was saving to build a ramp to make his house more accessibl…
Five months after walking down the aisle, a Virginia Beach couple is hoping others can help them fulfill a lifelong dream.
IKEA is recalling 169,000 of its VYSSA brand name crib mattresses.
A concerned citizen emailed 10 On Your Side after waiting weeks for broken lights along a busy Norfolk street to be fixed.
Drivers in the OBX are frustrated by high gas prices, as motorists across much of country are experiencing relief at the pump.
A winter weather advisory has been issued for parts of Southeastern Virginia. Road crews around the area are getting ready for whatever happ…
If you have a complaint about your cable, phone, or internet service, the FCC wants to hear from you.
Road crews and local officials are on standby for the low temperatures and wet roads in the area Wednesday.
Monday, the Norfolk area’s average price was $2.08 per gallon on average, compared to $3.26 a year ago.
Tanya Street spoke Saturday about her experiences as a victim during an awareness seminar at the Divine Baptist Church in Chesapeake.
Dabney is back at WAVY-TV to talk about how to gear your yard and garden up for springtime.
A local veteran said it took him months to get an appointment to see his primary care doctor at the Hampton VA Medical Center.
Wind chills in the Hampton Roads area this morning were mostly in the single digits – and even hit the negatives in some spots.
Ava Hurdle’s last broadcast on WAVY-TV was January 7, 2015, a report about the USS Leyte Gulf returning from deployment.
Temperatures in Hampton Roads are dipping into the teens this week. Here are ways to deal with the extreme cold.
Norfolk’s Department of Utilities is offering tips to help prevent frozen pipes.
A local family has to go to court because of unpaid toll bills from the South Norfolk Jordan Bridge.
People living along Shore Drive want to make the road safer for pedestrians, and so they’re calling for change.
Two kids from Hampton Roads ended 2014 not with a bang, but with the crack of a bat and the roar of a crowd.
According to an article in the Detroit News, GM is recalling 83,000 SUVs and trucks for ignition issues.