A judge has denied bond for a man charged in a 24-year-old homicide.
Republicans in the House of Representatives voted Wednesday to overturn President Barack Obama’s immigration policies.
The University of Virginia has seen a decline in applications for the first time since 2002.
Westbound Ft. Eustis Boulevard has reopened after a dump truck carrying 14 tons of salt overturned there Wednesday morning.
In the dog owner’s words, “She’s a bus-riding, sidewalk-walking dog.”
The Duck Police chief has resigned.
Meteorologist Jeremy Wheeler reports things are improving across the area after there was sleet and freezing rain in our inland sections.
A Chesapeake woman will spend more than five years in prison for her role in an identity theft scheme.
The body of a woman has been found by a man shoveling snow along a suburban Chicago street.
Newport News police are looking for a man accused of murder.
The biggest outages have been reported in Gloucester and Williamsburg, according to Dominion Virginia Power.
Two teenagers charged in a foiled explosives plot at a southern Minnesota school have pleaded guilty.
Commuters are demanding information after an electrical malfunction filled a Washington subway tunnel with smoke, forcing hundreds to evacua…
U.S. intelligence officials believe that the elder of the two French suspects, Said Kouachi, received terrorist training from al Qaeda’s Yem…
Mostly inland locations are seeing ice on cars, trees, decks, and possibly on the roads/ground. Read more on Meteorologist Jeff Edmondson’s …
Many school systems are delaying the start of classes and morning commuters face treacherous conditions in NC.
Areas under Winter Weather Advisories have seen a mix of sleet and freezing rain in Hampton Roads Wednesday.
Even after losing four seniors, including the conference player of the year, the Marlins are back in position to compete for a championship.
No. 2 Virginia won its 16th game in a row by defeating Clemson 65-42.
A concerned citizen emailed 10 On Your Side after waiting weeks for broken lights along a busy Norfolk street to be fixed.
On Tuesday, a federal court ruled against a Norfolk business owner in his battle for free speech.