It was a trip of a lifetime for two moms from Eastern North Carolina, until Friday night.
Police identified the man suspected of renting the car that delivered attackers to the Bataclan concert hall in Paris as Salah Abdeslam.
10 On Your Side is working to learn more about two arrests made after a shooting outside a party early Sunday morning.
Chesapeake Police attempted to stop a Buick on I-64 and Greenbrier for speeding early Sunday morning. When the vehicle failed to stop, the p…
Investigators need the public’s help identifying suspects in a shooting early Sunday morning that killed 31-year-old James Frink of Hampton.
Ronda Rousey was soundly defeated in defense of her title in Australia.
Thanks to a near-perfect outing from their starting quarterback, the Tribe won their sixth straight game and are one outing away from a conf…
Airlines operated a normal schedule of flights into and out of Paris on Saturday,
The Hoos had no answer for Louisville’s ground attack, and suffered their 15th straight road loss.
As thousands around the world spend time remembering the lives lost on Paris, France some in Hampton Roads also paused to reflect.
The family of a local college student gunned down two weeks ago took their personal plea to the streets Saturday.
A metro spokesman says an off-duty police officer shot a man with a knife in Union Station.
Old Dominion defeated UTEP 31-21 on Saturday afternoon to keep its bowl hopes alive.
Emergency crews responded to a two vehicle car crash on Centerville Turnpike near Regent University.
Emergency crews responded to a two vehicle car crash on Centerville Turnpike near Regent University Saturday night.
Check out some photos from cities around the world showing their support for Paris after the terror attacks.
The Paris terrorist attacks seem likely to compel President Barack Obama to consider military escalation against the Islamic State in Iraq a…
Following the Paris terror attacks, consulates in New York and Boston received extra security along with French-owned sites in Washington.
Eight of the attackers in Friday night’s coordinated, deadly assaults wore identical explosives vests.