Some teenagers get a bad rap, but one group in Newport News are working to change that image.
Some local bartenders and stylists are attending a class on mental health first aid through the City of Norfolk.
The watchful eye of a mother is hard to escape, which is why some local moms are working to stop the violence in Hampton Roads.
Andy Fox’s exclusive one-on-one interview with Judge David Pugh. Hear Pugh’s thoughts on crime, cops, guns and drugs.
Gregory Alston is 18-years-old now, but says he got his first gun when he was still in elementary school.
10 On Your Side’s Don Roberts takes you inside a local juvenile detention center where dozens of children are essentially “doing time.”
“We are seeing so many instances where people resort to weapons to solve their differences,” Newport News Assistant Police Chief Stacy Kelly…
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A Hampton organization is working to take back its community by keeping kids off the streets.
Two different religious groups are partnering to end violence in their community.
Officers and city officials held a community walk through the Swanson Homes neighborhood on Thursday night.
The “Breaking Down Barriers through UNITY” event is slated for Sept. 17 in the Saratoga community.
The number of people getting shot in Newport News is skyrocketing.
For the third so far this summer, an anti-bullying, gang and gun violence forum was held in Norfolk Saturday.
The 35-member marching band walked through the streets of Norfolk sharing their message of unity.