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.
A college student is accusing a local bishop of stiffing him out of $3,000, after he worked sound for a week-long church revival.
More than 15,000 toy police cars are being recalled because it can come apart and pose a possible choking risk to kids.
Ikea is recalling approximately 75,000 safety gates because the gates may fail to stay closed. Three children have been injured.
Pinky Sheets wants fencing to be required around retention ponds so tragic accidental drownings, like her son’s death, don’t happen.
Andy Fox investigates retention ponds and what can or should be done to make them safer.
An 83-year-old Suffolk woman called 10 On Your Side after her water bill skyrocketed.
A fire hazard has prompted furniture manufacturer Franklin Corporation to recall about 81,000 units of power reclining furniture.
Baby’s Dream Inc. is recalling about 4,600 cribs and assorted pieces of furniture because they contain excessive levels of lead paint.
Investigative Reporter Chris Horne looks into how those emails could affect you.
At an apartment complex for senior citizens, a group of residents say they feel trapped inside their own homes.
An equipment failure knocked out power to thousands of customers in Norfolk Wednesday, including DePaul Hospital.
10 On Your Side exposes a hole in Virginia’s mental health system, one that led to a 32-year-old Chesapeake woman’s death.
A local motorcyclist flew from his bike into the van in front of him. He should be dead, but John Washington is alive to tell the story.