In case you forgot, here are the specifics about the coming increase in tolls rates at the Downtown and Midtown tunnels.
One of the men police charged for bringing a gun to Hollydazzle claims he had no intentions of being a threat to the celebration.
A local military family is out of a home for the next few months after fire wreaked havoc on their Chesapeake house Wednesday.
The head of the Hampton VA Medical Center has no plan to overhaul his staff, despite remarks from the new VA secretary.
A Va. Beach woman wants to be repaid for car repairs needed after driving over a hole and steel box on a local highway.
Attorney General Mark Herring is suing a Texas company for selling Virginia what he calls unapproved highway safety equipment.
The company accused of making potentially deadly highway guardrails began a series of crash tests Wednesday.
The company Dream on Me is recalling some 10,000 play yards because of a potential strangulation hazard.
The Consumer Product Safety Commission says Dream On Me has called its “Incredible Play Yards” due to a strangulation hazard.
A family devastated by murder believes cash could be the key to solving their loved one’s death.
Attorney General Mark Herring says Virginia will receive $15,000 from a multistate settlement with Sirius XM Radio Inc.
An Accomack County shooting left 17-year-old Davar Purnell paralyzed from the chest down. But his injuries aren’t what worry him.
Under pressure from federal regulators, Honda is expanding a recall of driver’s side air bags to all 50 states.
A Hampton woman lost thousands of dollars in electronics and Christmas gifts in a Monday night burglary.
The campaign urges caregivers to register their car seat so manufacturers know how to notify them of a recall and how to receive the free fi…
A Virginia delegate is pushing legislation requiring the reporting of campus sexual assaults to the local Commonwealth’s Attorney.
Coats for Families is an annual effort to provide new or gently used coats to those in need from the Southside to the Peninsula.
A Norfolk based non-profit is offering free oral swab HIV tests to the first 50 young adults on Monday, Dec. 1.
The U.S. Public Interest Research Group has released its 29th annual “Trouble in Toyland” report.
The Richmond District of the U.S. Postal Service announced some Post Offices will be offering extended retail window hours on two Saturdays …
If you’re looking for something specific, you might want to call ahead before running all around town.