Some tests showed the tablets contained higher levels of belladonna than what was claimed on the label.
Currituck County officials are taking the lead on an innovative way to get drugs out of schools.
Apparently, there was concern the dog would scratch the resurfaced basketball floor at the Currituck County Community Center.
A former firefighter says working in a man’s world led to problems on the job.
The York-Poquoson Sheriff’s Office is warning residents that the recorded call claims to be from the IRS.
The Mermaid City has a real problem: Paychecks are not being properly processed for many Norfolk city employees.
The NNPS Director of Transportation says the city has a problem with drivers going through stop signs deployed by school buses.
A recent study estimates millions of Virginians could see adverse effects if the Affordable Care Act is repealed.
The Virginia Beach Sheriff’s Office says they’ve received several reports recently about a phone scam.
The company is hiring for positions such as store associate and shift manager at several area locations.
10 On Your Side got a message from the family of a devastated worker. They say she hasn’t been paid since Dec. 1, 2016.
Some teenagers get a bad rap, but one group in Newport News are working to change that image.
The recall was issued after Sierra Nevada found a packaging flaw that could cause a piece of glass to break off into the bottle.
Some local bartenders and stylists are attending a class on mental health first aid through the City of Norfolk.
“It’s kind of become the neighborhood joke like, ‘Did you get mail today?”’