The Cavaliers and Commodores both won 2-0 games and will play for Region 5A titles on Friday.
Every time heavy rain passes through the Oceanfront, one neighborhood gets nailed by floodwater.
Portsmouth’s only free boat launch is now closed to the public, and it will likely stay that way for much of the summer.
Secretary of Transportation Aubrey Layne was named First Citizen of Virginia Beach Thursday night.
A long 10-month deployment came to an end at Naval Air Station Oceana Thursday morning.
A team of health experts toured the Hampton Veterans Affairs Medical Center Thursday, to figure out a way to improve wait times for patients…
The energy is building in downtown Norfolk as the 39th Annual Harborfest kicks off Friday.
A treatment center for elderly people with special needs in Williamsburg is in limbo.
Every time heavy rain passes through the Oceanfront one neighborhood gets nailed by floodwater. The city is looking for a solution.
Portsmouth police have confirmed a man believed to be responsible for at least 11 recent armed robberies in the city has died after an attem…
China-based hackers are suspected once again of breaking into U.S. government computer networks, and the entire federal workforce could be a…
A distracted driver who caused the crash that killed a cyclist in Michigan last September is going to jail.
A tractor-trailer crashed into an UTZ work van in Southampton County Thursday morning.
Virginia State Police confirm there was an accident involving three vehicles reported in the westbound lanes of I-64, at Hampton Roads Cente…
Thursday’s test of a flying saucer-shaped vehicle was going to be one of the steps to getting humans on Mars. But, weather has forced its ca…
The ‘Sunliners” of Strike Fighter Squadron 81 return to NAS Oceana in Virginia Beach. June 4, 2015
On Thursday, a judge found Lorita Aiken not guilty by reason of insanity and ordered she be admitted to the state mental health system.
Virginia State Police is investigating a single-vehicle accident in Middlesex County that resulted in a fatality Thursday morning.
Newport News police have charged a man accused of holding down a 10-year-old girl while his niece assaulted her.
Newport News police say they have arrested a 12-year-old and 15-year-old boy after they allegedly pulled out a gun and stole a woman’s SUV.
Officials say no one was injured after a Chesapeake school bus slid down an embankment, Thursday morning.