GOP presidential hopeful Donald Trump spoke at Regent University this afternoon, a full 18 days ahead of the general election.
Burglars vandalized a small business, according to police, helping themselves to personal property and taking tractors for a joyride.
Watch the full episode of the October 21, 2016 edition of Friday Night Flights here.
The following is Elizabeth River Tunnels weekly schedule for tunnel/lane closures that may affect regular traffic in Hampton Roads.
The Pentagon has identified the American killed in Iraq on Thursday as a 34-year-old Navy chief petty officer named Jason C. Finan.
The Virginia Board of Health will vote on dozens of amendments to the 2013 abortion restrictions on Monday.
Photos from the high school football games featured in the Oct. 21, 2016 episode of Friday Night Flights.
It’s the latest edition of the Old Dominion Football Show with Bruce Rader and coach Bobby Wilder.
No one was injured.
The Band of the Week for October 21, 2016, is Nansemond-Suffolk Academy in Suffolk.
Some Fort Eustis residents may hear simulated rounds being fired during the exercise.
Some of the east and westbound lanes of Interstate 564 will close starting Monday, Oct. 24 through Saturday, Oct. 29.
Robert Cooper tells 10 On Your Side one bullet hit the mattress he and his wife were sleeping on.
Authorities are searching the area for the driver.
All it takes is minutes, and an overdose can be reversed. Virginia Beach Police say carrying nalaxone has reduced the number of overdoses.
“Please take this as a cautionary tale. Read your insurance. Contact your agent,” Chesapeake homeowner Christine Eaves says.
Firefighter recruits have been helping flood victims in the Bow Creek neighborhood since Tuesday.
Comedian Big Jay Oakerson stopped by The Hampton Roads Show to talk about his headlining shows at the Virginia Beach Funny Bone.
Bennett Wales and The Relief treated us to a special acoustic rendition of their new single, Virginia Creeper.
Public Works crews in Virginia Beach are starting construction to improve Princess Anne Road at 7 p.m. Sunday, October 23.