The Chesapeake Bay is a lifeline for residents of Virginia’s Tangier Island, but during this week’s deep freeze, it’s the enemy.
Suffolk public utility crews are working to repair two weather-related water main breaks.
A tractor-trailer traveling down Route 13 Thursday morning ran off the road and flipped, falling on top a VDOT pickup truck.
Low temps will drop to the single digits. It’s been a long time since we’ve seen air that cold. In fact the record low for Friday morning is…
The water main break is located on 35th Street between Wickham and Marshall Avenue.
Portsmouth businesses that stayed open through the storm were rewarded with a significant spike in sales.
City officials credit extreme cold as the cause of a large water outage in Chesapeake Wednesday night.
A police spokesperson said officers are not actively ticketing jay-walkers while many sidewalks are still snow-covered.
Scattered rain and snow showers will move in between 6 and 10 tonight. Winds will pick up and temperatures will go down.
Dominion is prepping for increased demand for electricity, and the company is asking customers help by conserving energy.
10 On Your Side explains how each school district in Hampton Roads is working recent snow days into the school calendar.
WAVY News 10 spoke to Virginia Governor Terry McAuliffe Wednesday about the snow removal progress across the commonwealth.
A young boy is expected to be alright after he was pulled to safety after falling into an icy pond.
Snowy scenes from around Portsmouth, Va. on Feb. 17, 2015.
Non-violent inmates in Norfolk are helping remove snow from school parking lots Wednesday.
There is going to be a minefield of different ice on the roads this morning. Read more on Meteorologist Jeremy Wheeler’s blog.
With nearly a foot of snow in some areas of Virginia, the governor and highway officials are advising residents to avoid travel.
Mother Nature doesn’t want to give us a break! Slush or standing water will refreeze overnight, and record cold is coming.