The work will begin at 8 p.m., affecting traffic on Independence between Bonney Road and Columbus Street.
A team of animal lovers left Hampton Roads Tuesday to help rescue and care for pets.
For thousands of cancer patients, access to insurance coverage for proton therapy is a matter of life and death.
10 On Your Side has learned that the settlement paid Michael Smith $200,000.
The new, 15-story building will be built on the footprint of the current General Assembly building, which is set for demolition in early 201…
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Gov. Roy Cooper said gas shortages and higher gas prices should be expected.
Chesapeake’s Justin Upton is on the move, he’s been dealt to the Los Angeles Angels.
A second suspect has been charged in connection to a theft at a Virginia Beach thrift store.
Police need help to identify an identity theft suspect in Suffolk.
Linwood Tyner Jr., 54, was wanted for failing to register as a sex offender as well as a probation violation charge.
Two men used a stolen credit card to purchase merchandise at store on Eden Way.
Anyone can attend the meeting to get the latest information, weigh in and ask questions about Virginia’s transportation initiatives.
A look ahead to the opening weekend of college football in Hampton Roads and around the state.
Disney, a 13-year-old Clydesdale cross horse, had been with the unit since 2011.
Mattis told reporters Thursday at the Pentagon he will not reveal details until he briefs members of Congress next week.
Expert advice from Claudine Ellis with Dream Girls of Real Estate.
Two great events to help those with Lupus.
Scallop from the Virginia Beach SPCA.
Deep fried stuffed avocado from Chef Bob Hirasawa from Farm Fresh.
A 30-year-old woman was injured Wednesday night in a drive-by shooting outside of an apartment building.
All lanes are open at Mercury and Jefferson, except for the northbound merge lane on Jefferson to Mercury.
Nearly two decades after its original publication, The Associated Press is making available correspondent Christopher Burns’ August 31, 1997…
The letter “F” in the mural contained an image of the city’s Confederate monument before it was painted over.
The scope of Wells Fargo’s fake accounts scandal grew significantly on Thursday.
Norfolk Public Schools will open two new schools when school starts next week.
When school starts on Tuesday, some Norfolk students probably won’t believe their eyes.
A legal standoff between two local sports teams is playing out in federal court.
A Houston-area chemical plant that lost power after Harvey engulfed the area in extensive floods was rocked by two explosions.
Emergency crews were called to the 200 block of Boush Street at 11:33 p.m.