STIHL Inc., celebrates their 40th anniversary of being built in America.
A big celebration for a local company — STIHL, Inc. is celebrating its 40th anniversary this week.
Virginia State Police confirm injures in a multi-vehicle crash in Virginia Beach Wednesday evening.
The Lesner Bridge Project is coming along, and is expected to be complete by the Spring.
According to the Richmond Times Dispatch, Stone Brewery will open a new facility in Virginia’s capital city instead of the Mermaid City.
Wednesday brought new details about a recent raid by the Department of Homeland Security in Chesapeake.
Bentley, a cat, had it’s front left leg snapped in half by a metal pellet, necessitating emergency surgery.
New coach Jarrod Skalde and veteran Chris Wagner talk about the Admirals upcoming season which begins Saturday night at Scope.
10 On Your Side now has a timetable on the city’s planned improvements for a trouble intersection where a fatal crash happened Friday.
Nathan Epstein and Andy Hilton of Recruit757.com unveil the top 10 high school football teams in Hampton Roads.
When the lines for Virginia’s 3rd Congressional District are redrawn, it will even affect voters who aren’t currently in the district.
Monday’s ruling legalizing same-sex marriage in Virginia means both spouses are eligible to adopt a child together.
A 1997 International box truck smashed into the side of Monitor-Merrimac Memorial Bridge-Tunnel’s bridge on I-664 in Suffolk.
A Virginia Beach woman took her cat to the vet only to find out someone had shot it with a BB gun.
The person pulled the trigger near the center of campus. Police say no one is hurt.
Elizabeth River Tunnels has reopened the Midtown Tunnel Wednesday afternoon after crews cleared the scene of a 3-vehicle crash.