A mother and her young daughter are on the mend after they were reportedly hit by stray bullets in Young Terrace on Thursday.
The 968-foot-long German ship Mein Schiff 6 will pull up to the Decker Half Moone Center Sunday morning.
Next April, Medicare will begin mailing every beneficiary a new card with a unique new number to identify them.
Flying unmanned aircraft — or drones — in unauthorized airspace is illegal, and officials say it also unnecessarily puts people at risk.
A 19-year-old man wanted for a shooting in Mississippi was arrested Thursday in Norfolk.
This “skipper” named Skip says he’s known he would work on the water since he was ten years old.
Authorities will restrict certain weapons and shut down some streets during the demonstration.
A big celebration is happening Friday in Norfolk, marking the completion of the Elizabeth River Tunnels Project.
As Jose passes N.C., dangerous water conditions have caused dunes to be washed out and highways to be flooded.
The USS Abraham Lincoln is home with the USS San Jacinto returning Saturday after helping with Hurricane Irma relief efforts in Florida.
It was not a large explosion, and British police and health officials said none of the injured was thought to be seriously hurt.
WAVY News 10’s Jason Marks has the success story of a Florida senior citizen who was almost crushed when a tree fell on her home.
Crews arranged by Dallas officials removed a statue of Robert E. Lee from a pedestal and carted it away from a park named for the Confederat…
Police are asking for the public’s assistance in looking a suspect in a counterfeit case.
It’s the Old Dominion Football Show with Bruce Rader and coach Bobby Wilder.
Who is the best and the worst-dressed player on the Old Dominion football team? Junior safety Sean Carter reveals all.
Mercy Chefs have served about 10,000 meals per day to victims of Hurricane Irma.
Five children received modified toy cars today at CHKD in Chesapeake. The children have a range of mobility issues.
Half-a-dozen Hampton Roads tots that are treated by occupational therapists are on the move thanks to one company’s creativity.
South Korea’s military said North Korea fired an unidentified missile Friday from its capital Pyongyang that flew over Japan before landing …
A disabled Coast Guard vet is asking for answers after a trailer that helps him keep his livelihood was stolen.
You might be surprised to know all 7 major Hampton Roads cities have GPS tracking on public school buses; except one, Norfolk. But a council…
More Hampton Roads schools are making the grade – earning full accreditation from the commonwealth.
Crayola announced the name of its new blue crayon, Bluetiful, which was the top pick of fans during two months of online voting.
More than 140 million Americans have had their sensitive data exposed to hackers who infiltrated the files of Equifax, one of the nation’s m…
An investigation has been launched into accusations of a possible violation in the conflict of interest statute involving Norfolk City Counc…
All westbound lanes and one eastbound lane remains closed on Holland Road on Route 58.
The operation prepared hundreds of false tax returns that saw a loss of around $1.6 million to the United States.
Emergency crews responded to a two-vehicle at Jefferson Avenue and Thimble Shoals Boulevard.
The IOW Sheriff’s Office says that Trabion Tynes, 44, was arrested in connection with the 2004 murder of his father, Johnnie Tynes Sr.