The charges stem from a total of eight robberies dating back to Dec. 16 — including five robberies at five different Metro PCS stores.
Three judges in Suffolk have issued a recusal order saying they they can not hear the case against Del. Rick Morris.
A 52-year-old man is facing arson charges for a New Year’s Day fire at Suffolk Towers Apartments.
A man is facing a first-degree murder charge after authorities found another man shot to death Monday inside of his home.
Pence was meeting with House Republicans to discuss the best way to send Obama’s cherished law to its graveyard.
Chesapeake Police are looking for two suspects that stole a laptop at an office supply store on Portsmouth Blvd on December 5.
Eleven of the injured were taken to hospitals. Officials at the scene estimated that 600 to 700 people were on the train.
One Bertie County woman is dead and three other people were hospitalized after a Monday evening crash in Greenville.
Officials said the owner saw news reports about the incident and reached out Thursday.
A North Carolina school resource officer was on administrative leave Tuesday after he was videotaped throwing a teenage girl to the ground.
The gunman, who killed 39 people during New Year’s celebrations at the Reina club, is still at large.
Margaret O’Shea asked a federal judge to deny a request from attorneys for condemned inmate Ricky Gray to put his execution on hold.
Maria Cordova is a mother of two young girls and they are going through their first deployment as a family.
“Something that’s a chemical should not be used as a toy,” said Local Connecticut Dr. Richard Uluski.
Cut power lines have caused a traffic light outage at the intersection of Hampton Boulevard and Little Creek Road.
Two people were able to escape a home early Wednesday morning that was heavily damaged in a fire.
Two people were taken to the hospital after a double shooting during a home invasion in Norfolk.
Shuler Bentley announced on Tuesday he would play his college football at FCS Murray State.
According to a Security and Exchange Commission filing, Thomas Sullivan has resigned.
Speaking before city council Tuesday, Police Chief Jim Cervera said the cameras will promote transparency and accountability.