People who live near Wrigley Field who want to drive into the area should be prepared to show a photo ID, with proof of address.
Strong early-voting turnout by those likely to support Clinton could leave Donald Trump with virtually no path to 270.
The social media site has failed to keep pace with rivals Facebook, Snapchat and Instagram and in recent months.
This is the first time Sentara has partnered with Homeland Security for a decontamination drill.
A Virginia Beach police officer was taken to the hospital after crashing a cruiser on Rosemont Road near Interstate 264.
A white man in a camouflage hat and bright blue shorts bit a hole into the material and then continued to tear it, before leaving the cat to…
Flames quickly spread throughout the building and were shooting out the roof at one point.
10 On Your Side’s Lex Gray uncovers how state officials are keeping Elizabeth River Tunnels accountable.
On this ‘holiday,’ take a by-the-numbers look at the growing and adapting American beer industry.
The company says the building was one of those flooded in the hurricane aftermath and has been closed since Oct. 10.
Parents and local law enforcement are stepping in to make sure kids stay safe on a day when children are at a high risk for injury.
A Virginia Beach police officer is recovering from minor injuries after a crash late Wednesday night.
Investigators are combing through hours of video footage from more than 20 sites near the GOP headquarters.
An 85-year-old man lost $5,000 after scammers tricked him into believing his granddaughter was locked up for reckless driving.
An Army soldier from Hampton will serve 20 months behind bars for stealing military property valued at nearly $1 million.
No airmen from the unit were killed or seriously wounded in combat action.
Jay Gruden could be playing the Cincinnati Bengals on the moon and it wouldn’t matter to him.
Hampton Police Division Chief Terry Sult says violent crime has been down year-to-date, but a recent spike has reversed that.
The Virginia attorney general’s office said it will no longer oppose overturning the rape and murder convictions of two former sailors.
49-year-old Marvin O’Neal Carter, of Newport News, was in court for a preliminary hearing.