National health experts says 13 percent of women in the U.S. have more than 7 drinks per week, and wine seems to be the drink of choice.
The Cerate family can’t wrap their heads around why an organization that looks out for animals, took their dog from their home and euthanize…
McDonald’s is recalling a Hello Kitty-themed whistle given to children in Happy Meals, citing a chance they could choke on some of its parts…
The Hampton Roads community is rallying around a Sailor who lost everything in a burglary while he was out to sea.
A Virginia Beach teen paid to park at an Oceanfront parking lot, but when she got back, her car was towed.
A Va. Beach teenager called 10 On Your Side after she said a towing company ruined her weekend and drained her bank account.
Are you in the mood to do some Spring cleaning even though it’s November. You’re in luck. The City of Norfolk is holding a recycling event t…
Residents of a local apartment complex called 10 On Your Side because they don’t have control over the temperature of their homes.
A local Sailor returned from a two-week training mission, only to find thieves broke into his home and stole everything.
Questions are being asked about votes made by Va. Beach Mayor Will Sessoms: Did his votes favor the bank where he is president?
Va. Beach police are looking for the owner of a spaniel mix breed dog that was abandoned at the New Land Neighborhood Park.
Investigative reporter Chris Horne looks at both the health concerns and the financial aspect of synthetic sports fields.
Norfolk resident Caitlin Burke contacted 10 On Your Side because what happened to her was a total violation of her personal information.
People in one Virginia Beach neighborhood are walking in darkness. That’s why they want the power company to see the light.
10 On Your Side has learned of a new legal challenge in the fight between a rape victim and Virginia Wesleyan College.
The Virginia Department of Transportation is creating a plan to remove potentially dangerous guardrails from Virginia’s roadways.
A Virginia Beach eminent domain case soon to be heard by Virginia’s Supreme Court could have a major impact for all property owners.