A near-record crowd watched the Tides play their last Saturday home game of the season.
The first Friday of high school football featured a handful of big upsets.
Surfers from around the world flock to Virginia Beach to compete for titles, prizes, history and for the sheer love of surfing.
One of the top junior college quarterbacks in the country, Jerod Evans will now lead the Hokies’ offense.
The high school football season has officially kicked off in Hampton Roads.
The transfer from East Carolina University has shown himself to be a considerable quarterback and leader.
U.S. women’s goalkeeper Hope Solo was suspended for six months by U.S. Soccer for disparaging comments following a loss.
One of the biggest fishing tournaments on the east coast begins its 13th year in Virginia Beach.
The former UVA basketball star delivered the first pitch, but the Tides couldn’t deliver a win on UVA Night.
Kyle Busch dominated the early part of the race, but wrecked, clearing the way for Kevin Harvick.
The United States clobbered Serbia 96-66 to win its third straight gold medal.
The Portsmouth native is bringing Olympic gold back to Hampton Roads.
The United States walloped Spain 98-70 on the basketball court to win gold in Rio.
Shakur Stevenson came up just short in his quest for Olympic gold.
ODU held its annual media day on Friday. Topics include rebounding from last year’s 5-7 team as well as quarterback David Washington’s knee.
With kickoff one-week away, the Sportswrap has come up with the top five storylines in Hampton Roads high school football.
Now a Virginia Sports Hall of Famer, Al Bumbry was an All-Star outfielder and World Series champion with the Baltimore Orioles.
ODU starting quarterback David Washington’s MRI results are in on his surgically repaired knee.
Shakur Stevenson will face a tough competition in the Gold Medal final against a 2012 Olympic champion from Cuba.
Matt Kelchner’s 16th season as Christopher Newport head coach will be his last on the Captains sidelines.