10 On Your Side works to find out who is responsible for alerting students of crimes happening near ODU.
Beech Nut Nutrition is recalling some 1,900 pounds of baby food products that may be contaminated with small pieces of glass.
Another local business is accused of not paying its employees. This time it’s a Chesapeake-based medical transport service.
A local team says a nationwide youth basketball league picked up and left overnight — right in the middle of a tournament.
A Virginia Beach man claims something fell from the Downtown Tunnel ceiling and damaged his new Lexus.
A Virginia Beach family is suing a home health care agency for $50 million after a man died in a mobile home fire last year.
Planning for summer isn’t always a picnic, especially when it comes to your kids and where they will spend time when you head off to work.
Virginia Beach’s police chief addressed a January traffic stop by one of his officers that was recorded on a citizen’s cell phone.
Va. Beach police are investigating the use of force during the traffic stop of a teen, due to video captured by the officer’s camera.
About 30,000 cases of Sabra hummus sold nationwide is being recalled due to a possible Listeria contamination.
Federal health authorities say three additional people have become ill from a foodborne illness linked to some Blue Bell ice cream products.
A local shipyard told 10 On Your Side what was causing keyless entry car remotes to not work properly this week.
In Elizabeth City, residents say their energy bills are doubling and tripling. The city says it’s caused by a 30-year-old debt.
Virginia State Parks is looking to hire about 1,000 life guards, snack bar workers, cabin cleaners and other seasonal employees.
Portsmouth residents say there are too many utility poles throughout the city — and they say not all of them are even being used.
Hours after tying the knot, B.J. and Crystal Fields say thousands of dollars were stolen from their car.
Beautiful spring days usually make people want to throw their windows open, but that’s not true in one Portsmouth neighborhood.
Senior management claims “there’s never been any discrimination” at Lyon Shipyard, despite a federal lawsuit saying there was.
21 former employees claim Lyon Shipyard is a toxic, racially hostile workplace and that they were repeatedly discriminated against there.
Several Newport News residents are concerned about a homemade sign that was in a man’s front yard on Roanoke Avenue.
Is something suspicious going on within Norfolk City government? That’s the question under investigation by the FBI.