Hampton Roads residents got a chance to speak their mind to one of their representatives in Washington.
Lowe’s Home Improvement spokesman says three managers at a Virginia store are “no longer with the company” for their involvement in fulfilli…
A bill making clear footage and photographs of shipwrecks held by North Carolina state agencies are public records is heading to Gov. Pat Mc…
Regulations on smartphone-based ride-sharing service companies in North Carolina are making their way further through the legislature with c…
A former Franklin County General District Court employee has pleaded no contest to embezzling about $4,000 from the court clerk’s office.
Chesapeake police are searching for a couple accused of stealing merchandise using a baby car seat.
A U.S. Army helicopter crashed off the southern Japanese island of Okinawa on Wednesday, injuring seven people aboard the aircraft, official…
Rescue crews recovered a body from a pond on Northampton Boulevard Wednesday morning.
Evening thunderstorms created beautiful scenery across Hampton Roads and northeast North Carolina Tuesday, August 11, 2015.
An announced crowd of 3,575 at Harbor Park got to see one of the rarest plays in baseball.
Connell Maynor enters season two as Hampton Head coach and he has a new quarterback with ACC experience.
The developer of a century-old downtown Norfolk building will have to meet the city in court.
Firefighters competed in skills that are used in their work, such as hauling fire hoses, climbing stairs with full gear, and rescuing people…
Virginia Beach police say a man was shot and killed in the Manchester Village area of Green Run Tuesday night.
Two years after opening, Green Run Collegiate is accredited, exceeding expectations and producing students who are outperforming their peers…
A Virginia Beach woman says she alerted Norfolk to a roadway problem and claims what they’ve done in return just isn’t right.
10 On Your Side has uncovered a string of violent crimes linked to a Hampton home that was searched in a drug investigation Monday.
A man convicted of DUI in a car crash is suing the IOW County Sheriff’s Office, claiming his injuries were exacerbated by deputies.
Law enforcement officials across Hampton Roads are crediting citizens with being the catalyst to several recent arrests.