Using the air waves find solutions to violence: that’s what one local radio station is doing to Take Back the Community.
Thousands of video baby monitors have been recalled due to batteries that can overheat, swell and create a burning hazard.
The Newport News Fire Department has announced that a round of hiring is now open.
A Portsmouth police officer is using sports to connect with neighborhood kids.
Investigative Reporter Chris Horne looks into a new law that could give you more rights when authorities confiscate your property.
Making a difference in the community is not an easy task, but one Hampton woman hopes she can do her part to stop crime in her neighborhood.
Swimming advisories issued for two Newport News beaches Wednesday were lifted Thursday.
The Virginia Department of Health (VDH) just announced the results of its investigation into the Chief Medical Examiner’s Office.
Consumers who have purchased these Bar-S products are urged not to consume them.
The Red Cross has issued several tip to help you survive the extremely hot conditions this summer.
According to the Consumer Product Safety Commission, the solder at the base of the bottle has high levels of lead.
Hundreds of teenagers are working this summer thanks to a Newport News program aimed at keeping young people off the streets.
The City of Newport News spends $1 million a year to find teenagers jobs and get them off the streets.
On Sunday, a rabid fox attacked two people and a pet dog on the beach path at the 64th Street entrance to First Landing State Park.
The average bed is said to be home to more than one million dust mites.