If you’re a commuter who drives to and from work five days a week through a tunnel – expect to pay $12.50 a week or $650 a year.
In a world growing more fragmented with every passing year, here are the stories that captured the world’s attention in 2014.
AP photographers share their most memorable pictures of the Dec. 26, 2004 tsunami that killed 230,000 people.
The heart of this mission – 400,000 graves at Arlington National Cemetery. Most of which are adorned for Christmas.
Communities around the world celebrate Christmas 2014 with lights, costumes, and prayer.
The owner of Hund’s Re-Cycle Factory in Norfolk donated 15 bikes as Christmas gifts to local children through the Up Center.
According to a poll by the Associated Press, the police killings of blacks was voted the top story of 2014.
Hundreds of runners took part in this weekend’s Surf-N-Santa 5K race at the Virginia Beach Oceanfront.
Tidewater Elementary reserved a Santa for its Christmas party, but when their Santa backed down, staff and teachers turned to Sailors on boa…
A car collided with a school bus Friday afternoon at London Bridge Blvd and Potters Road. Four students sustained minor injuries.
Christmas came early for a Navy family in Norfolk. A dad who was sent to Japan almost two years ago came home to surprise his sons at school…
The thieves were able to gain access to a local woman’s credit card information while she still had the card in her possession, Isle of Wigh…
Sen. Tim Kaine toured a neighborhood in Norfolk where some homes have been raised to due flooding.
17-year-old Joan Schoppaul’s body was found behind a dumpster in Virginia Beach on December 5, 1990.
Remembering those who made a mark and left us in 2014
Long lines wrapped around the Gallery at Military Circle Thursday morning, with shoppers hoping for a shot at the new Nike Air Jordans.
American Alan Gross was released from Cuba Dec. 17, 2014 after 5 years in prison. President Obama also announced the re-establishment of dip…