Police found a male unresponsive in a silver Mercedes along the 900 block of Lake Village Drive, Saturday.
The Roc Solid Foundation performs projects for kids with cancer and their families.
Crews responded to the 600 block of Redgate Avenue around 11 a.m. Saturday.
Virginia Beach police are investigating an early morning homicide at the Oceanfront.
Angela Hucles from Virginia Beach and former NBA star Ben Wallace headline the 2015 Virginia Sports Hall of Fame class.
Local airmen are working to stabilize the shoreline at Langley Air Force Base in Hampton.
Matt Kenseth snapped a 51-race winless streak and looks to make it two straight.
An environmental group says it has test results about coal dust from a Norfolk Southern Terminal, and they’re concerned.
NASCAR says 3 pit crew members were taken to a hospital after a fire broke out on pit road at Richmond International Raceway.
A company called RB (formerly Reckitt Benckiser) has recalled several liquid Mucinex products due to incorrect labeling.
Starbucks says a sales register computer glitch has disrupted sales at company-operated stores in the U.S. and Canada.
This week, the county agreed to budget more-than-20-percent raises for three workers, but no pay increase for more than 100 others.
Joey Logano, who won last year’s spring race, will start on the pole for Saturday’s Sprint Cup race at Richmond.
Few people spent time in chilly Virginia Beach early Friday, but the city is preparing for thousands over the weekend.
We’ll put El Sol in our rear view mirror tomorrow. On the horizon: rain and cool temperatures.
Jury recommends a sentence of 83 years for gang-related killing of two teens.
Nathan Epstein reports live from Richmond International Raceway where the threat of rain was a big topic.
Clint Bowyer and Tony Stewart are hoping for rebound runs this weekend at Richmond.
Virginia State Police responded Friday to a mother’s claim she wasn’t notified soon enough of her son’s death by officer gunfire.
Very little information has been released about a suspicious death in Camden County this week.
Officials at JEB Little Creek-Fort Story confirm one Navy SEAL has died and another is critically injured after a training accident Friday.