Fire crews were called to the 70 block of Farragut Street for a residential fire, shortly after 6:30 p.m. Tuesday.
Several new laws are set to take effect Wednesday in Virginia. Here are a few highlights.
The all-time leading scorer in William and Mary history is set for his next chapter in the NBA.
The Pasquotank County chapter of the NAACP is calling for the removal of a Confederate monument outside the county courthouse.
The Americans shut down the highest-scoring attack in the World Cup and now have a chance to win their first World Cup title since 1999.
For the second time in three days, the Tides celebrate a dramatic win.
Three men are guilty of robberies in Norfolk and Virginia Beach.
The Virginia Beach Oceanfront will be packed for the 4th of July weekend and a group wanting to keep the confederate flag flying plans to us…
Hundreds of Newport News residents were without power for several hours after a power outage Tuesday afternoon.
According to the statement, transgender students must be allowed to use the restroom that corresponds with their gender identity.
A Portsmouth woman says her dog saved her life. But her 11-month-old terrier, didn’t survive after received bullets flew into her home.
A child riding his bicycle near West Washington Street was hit by a car Tuesday evening.
A Virginia Beach officer is facing a $100,000 lawsuit claiming she used excessive force during an arrest.
They are used to battling fires, but some Portsmouth firefighters are battling something else, bed bugs.
The Charles County Sheriff’s Office said Tuesday that the 3-year-old boy found in a La Plata park died of dehydration and hypothermia.
Several people were hurt, following a three-vehicle crash at the intersection of Virginia Beach Boulevard and Cypress Lane Tuesday afternoon…
Fire crews were called to the 1200 block of Poquoson Avenue Tuesday afternoon.
International timekeepers are tacking a second to the clock to compensate for a slightly slower Earth rotation.
Portsmouth police say a woman last seen by her family June 20 was found safe 10 days later.
84-year-old James Johnson was found unresponsive in his Norfolk home in December.
The large numbers have triggered a growing consensus among doctors and health researchers to fight for regulations and bans against sugary b…