The new Waterside District is almost complete and is scheduled for the grand opening on May 11.
Capt. Richard McDaniel relieved Capt. Doug Beaver as commanding officer of Naval Station Norfolk on Friday, March 10.
The pedestrian was taken to Bon Secours Maryview Medical Center.
The school board has been discussing the budget for three weeks.
It was a celebration of women Wednesday at Naval Station Norfolk as part of the Navy base’s centennial and Women’s History Month.
Don Garces, the vice president of 757 Seahawks, says he was first made aware of the problem a couple of months ago.
Authorities said an argument about donuts led to a deadly shooting and standoff in Pinellas County on Wednesday morning.
It’s Chris Morris’ attention to detail that will grab parents’ attention. He says he tries to warn them first.
A bizarre investigation is developing in Virginia Beach.
The victim was taken to Sentara Norfolk General Hospital with injuries considered possibly life-threatening.
The College of William & Mary introduced Samantha Huge as its next Athletics Director.
A federal judge in Hawaii has put President Donald Trump’s revised travel ban on hold.
Two people were killed Wednesday in a crash on U.S. Route 258 near the City of Franklin.
A crew flying an MH-53 Sea Stallion made a quick stop when an indicator light came on during training.
Three people accused of preparing false tax returns appeared in Norfolk federal court Wednesday.
A woman came to 10 On Your Side after she found several grams of crack cocaine under the seat of a rental car.
Attorney General Mark Herring says the number of people dying in the Commonwealth from opioid abuse is increasing rapidly.
Winston Burton is now charged with first-degree murder – third violent offense, and abduction – third violent offense.
Five children were taken to the hospital after a school bus was involved in a crash with a pickup truck Wednesday afternoon.
When crews got to the scene, they found a multi-bay garage on fire. Multiple vehicles inside went up in flames, too.
Police are looking for a man spotted on surveillance video trying to get into a vehicle in Newport News.
A Chesapeake man was sentenced to 25 years in prison Wednesday for robbing three juveniles while on probation in 2014.
The repairs will not impact sewer or water service.
Reports of sexual assaults increased at two of the three military academies last year.
Chesapeake Police are looking for a woman who used information from another person to open a credit card at a store on March 5.