The Mets’ star infielder has been shut down from all baseball activities after his latest diagnosis.
A Virginia campground is letting visitors create a huge American flag from plastic toy parts this weekend.
A parking dispute in Virginia Beach means a children’s charity won’t have one of its biggest fundraisers.
The Norfolk Sheriff’s Office wants to meet with deputies in nearby Portsmouth who are being laid off.
Memorial Day weekend signals the first days for lifeguards to patrol three beaches in the city of Norfolk.
The American Red Cross is asking for the public’s generosity in donating blood during their Memorial Day Blood Drive.
One mother’s tragedy is fueling her motivation to make a change and stop the violence on the streets of Newport News.
The UMOJA Festival continued into its second day at the nTelos Wireless Pavilion in Portsmouth Saturday.
Suffolk Fire Department suppressed a fire Saturday in an abandoned home that resulted in all four lanes on Route 58 to be temporarily closed…
Orestes Thomas Guerra, 28, is charged with assault and battery on an officer, strangulation, resisting arrest and possession of stolen prope…
Virginia Beach Police dispatch reported shots fired on the 700 block of Hampshire Lane.
Virginia Beach Police are looking for a man who robbed a bank Saturday at 675 Lynnhaven Parkway.
The body of a missing Fort Sill soldier has been reportedly spotted floating down Medicine Bluff Creek in Oklahoma.
The start of summer also means the start of hurricane season, and this week is Virginia’s Hurricane sales tax holiday.
Students in Chesapeake got to school Friday morning to find their school sign vandalized.
A Mexican Navy ship is docked at Waterside this weekend, and you can take free tours!
A tall ship is part of the downtown Norfolk skyline this weekend — and you can take a tour!
Norfolk fire-rescue officials confirm two people were taken to a local hospital after a jet ski accident Friday evening.
As visitors head to the beach this Memorial Day Weekend, the Oceanfront is getting ready for big crowds.
The Navy says the nuclear-powered USS Harry S. Truman has finished seven months of maintenance at a Norfolk Naval Shipyard.
Investigators say they found 129 marijuana plants, heroin and items related to the distribution of marijuana at the home.