Thirteen people were displaced after a fire at a townhouse on Grant Avenue Thursday night.
One of the premier golf courses in the country, rich in its history, is now set to re-open on Saturday.
Officers responded to the Wawa on Jefferson Avenue in Newport News at 2:10 a.m. Tuesday.
The new officers received their badges Thursday night at Harbor Park.
The York-Poquoson Sheriff’s Office is looking for a woman who they say stole a bottle of alcohol from an ABC store.
Police are looking for 20-year-old Daniel Hwan Sok, who is wanted for felony possession and manufacturing.
A black bear is looking for food in the West Neck and Indian River Road neighborhoods of Virginia Beach.
WAVY-TV 10 celebrates the 100th anniversary of the world’s largest naval base.
A man is facing charges for allegedly injuring another man in a shooting Thursday night in Suffolk.
Fire officials say seven adults, six children and four pets — two cats, a dog and a rabbit — were all displaced.
National Park Service officials say currents between Cape Point and offshore sandbars can be very strong.
The ban is entering into force because of a Supreme Court opinion this week.
Portsmouth, Suffolk and the Army Corps of Engineers have launched a joint effort to take out as many mosquitoes as possible.
The new law makes the punishment more concrete.
It’s the latest step in the power line struggle on the Peninsula.
A search warrant executed by the Dare County Narcotics Task Force led to five arrests on June 23.
Authorities are searching for two suspects in an early morning armed robbery in Camptown.
No one was injured.
Ky’Andrea Cook, 18, was sentenced to 20 years for setting up a robbery that ended in another teen being shot.
10 On Your Side received tons of phone calls and Facebook messages after Robert Jones’ story aired on WAVY-TV 10.
Summer grill favorite with chef Chris Hill.
Kerri and Ali go head-to-head in miniature golf at Jungle Golf in Virginia Beach.
Ajax is a 4-month-old lab mix from the Norfolk Animal Care Center.
Commercial tug boats moved the cargo ship to a nearby anchorage in the Elizabeth River, where it was safely anchored.
No injuries were reported.
If you have an old bill from Elizabeth River Crossings that you haven’t settled, you may want to call them before Friday evening.
Police had quite a job on their hands trying to round up the animals.
No one was in the car at the time.
Dozens of people can be seen gathering around the sharks.
A pregnant woman is accused of using her SUV to chase down and hit the person who tried to steal her purse in a Wal-Mart parking lot.