New voter photo ID laws are in effect for the upcoming general election, and officials are raising awareness.
More than 4,000 Sailors and marines will soon return to Norfolk from one of the NAVY’s last nine-month deployments.
Orbital Sciences says the Wallops Island launch complex was spared the worst during Tuesday evening’s liftoff explosion.
Elections officials spent the summer months making sure voters are aware of the new voter ID law before Election Day next week.
Small pieces of debris were found across Chincoteague Island Wednesday, after a failed rocket launch at Wallops Island Tuesday.
The launch pad used for this launch is the only launch pad they have for the Antares rocket.
Investigators have arrested the Camden County woman married to the man accused in a two-year string of burglaries and thefts.
The woman is charged with forgery, credit card fraud and credit card theft, according to police.
The two fought, and the man threw a chair at her while she tried to call 911.
President Barack Obama says the United States cannot hermetically seal itself off from the world in the fight against Ebola.
Congressman Rigell is expressing disappointment, along with NASA leadership and Orbital Sciences Corp., over the failed Antares launch.
The liftoff explosion is seen by officials as a temporary setback in NASA’s renewed commercial spaceflight interest.
The eastbound tube of the Downtown Tunnel has been reopened after a three-vehicle crash closed both lanes Wednesday afternoon.
The suspect was taken into custody Oct. 29 in connection with attacking a 53-year-old woman.
She allegedly struck him after an argument early Wednesday morning, officers said.
The woman said she was assaulted by the three people she cut, who suffered minor injuries.