The theme for this year’s event is “Neighborhoods United.”
Cities across Hampton Roads are holding events Tuesday for National Night Out.
After a violent weekend in Hampton Roads, police are hoping community members will get involved.
A group of role models started a program in Newport News to get teenagers off the street.
The Norfolk Police Department needs the public’s help to solve recent crime in Young Terrace.
It’s a partnership between Seton Youth Shelters and Circle A Home for Horses.
The Sheriff Joe Baron Foundation targets children ages 10 to 14 — a time when kids start getting into trouble.
What can communities and police do to stop gang-related violence in Hampton Roads?
Instead of looking at statistics, we wanted to show you the faces of those taken in 2017 by senseless violence.
Deshawn Fuller is hoping football can help bring people together in a neighborhood that has seen its fair share of crime.
Deshawn Fuller says in the past, there was a football summer camp in Young Terrace. But over the last few years, crime has driven it away.
The Norfolk Nighthawks started last summer in Berkley and Huntersville.
Hampton police are arming their officers with a powerful weapon: Instant information.
The program helps teens channel their anger into music, poems, rap and short stories.
The 1G-4-PEACE program allows residents to alert police through the Crime Line about gun-related crime.